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Defensible Data Disposal

Taking Out The Digital Trash

Alexa is listening. The next time you speak with a client, think about where your Alexa device is stored. Is it in your home office? Your bedroom? After Amazon admitted they had voice recordings on file to improve the user experience, knowing where the device is is essential to ensure your conversations are not within … Continued
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Daily Coronavirus Update: DiFiore Addresses Return of In-Person Matters, Deadline for Child Victims Act Claims Extended

Good evening Members, During her weekly Monday update, Chief Judge Janet DiFiore responded to a question she said has caused much debate among public officials – how quickly the New York State Unified Court System should return to scheduling and hearing in-person matters, particularly in New York City. “I will say this again and again … Continued
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Appellate Judicial Appointments Made in First Department

Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence K. Marks announced today the appointments of Hon. Carol R. Edmead as presiding justice of the Appellate Term of the Supreme Court, First Judicial Department, and Hon. John R. Higgitt and Hon. Eddie J. McShan as associate justices of the court. Edmead succeeds Hon. Martin Shulman, who has been named to … Continued
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Connecting with Clients During COVID-19

When you think about your practice, the most important part is your clients.  And now is the perfect time to connect and reconnect with clients. Carol Schiro Greenwald, Ph.D., discussed simple ways to effectively connect and communicate with clients on the recent CLE webinar, “Do Your Clients Know You Care?” Greenwald said that as COVID-19 … Continued
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New York State Bar Association President Scott Karson Calls Upon Senate To Fund Legal Services Corporation

NYSBA President Scott M. Karson commended the House of Representatives for approving $465 million for the Legal Services Corporation, $25 million above last year’s allotment. He called upon the Senate to follow suit. “I applaud this important action taken by the House of Representatives, which will benefit so many New Yorkers who are suffering from … Continued
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Former Assistant US Attorney Mimi Rocah Says Attorney General Bill Barr Lied About Firing Of Geoffrey Berman

"We're seeing the attorney general intervening in cases to reward or punish people who could harm or not harm the president in perfectly legal ways," said Mimi Rocah, an MSNBC and NBC News legal analyst. "That's what they do in totalitarian and dictator regimes; they use the justice system to reward and punish friends and foes of the leader."
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Do You Trust Yourself With Trust Accounting?

Properly maintaining a trust account is integral to your practice, and could affect your law license.
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The Overreach and Lies Of Attorney General Bill Barr with Mimi Rocah | Miranda Warnings

Rocah joins the show to talk about her experience working under Republican and Democratic administrations and gives her view of Attorney General Bill Barr's continued overreach in cases against associates of President Donald Trump and his continued lies about how former US Attorney Geoffrey Berman was fired this past June.
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Establishing a Functioning Court System Amidst a Global Pandemic: A Discussion With Hon. George Silver

When courthouses across New York State ceased non-essential operations on March 17, few thought that COVID-19 would completely upend the day-to-day operations of the court. In a recent webinar, Hon. George J. Silver, the deputy chief administrative judge for the New York City courts, spoke to over 150 participants about his role in helping the … Continued
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Clarity and Context: Legal Writing Tips from a Federal Judge

You can learn a lot about legal writing simply by looking at your phone number.
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