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It’s A Bird, It’s A Plane!! It’s A Lawyer In An Airplane with Mark Schuh | Gold/Fox: Non-Billable

Mark Schuh, an attorney in Orange County, NY and Town Justice in Crawford, NY joins Sarah and Michael to talk about how he went from a police officer to a lawyer and what it’s like to have your pilot’s license. Schuh, a veteran of the Middletown, NY Police Department now owns the firm, the Law … Continued
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RBG and the Girls

Connecticut lawyer Allison Near with her daughters greeting Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Behind Near is her mother, Tennessee lawyer Rebecca Murray. (Photo: John Q. Barrett) Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg served on the Supreme Court of the United States for 27 years. Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 42, she also served as the Court’s Second Circuit Justice, … Continued
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New York State Bar Association Denounces President Trump’s Efforts to Undermine Election Results

Scott M. Karson, president of the New York State Bar Association, and 23 past presidents of the association, both Republicans and Democrats, issued the following statement today regarding President Donald Trump’s attempts to interfere with the lawful certification of the election results: “The President of the United States is improperly using the power of his … Continued
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How To Work From Home Better and Stay Mentally Fit

If you have bad processes and good technology, you are flushing money down the toilet. You need to invest in the process to make it better.
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State Report Highlights Gender Bias Against Women in the Courts

Good afternoon Members, A report released today by the New York State Judicial Committee on Women in the Courts says there are significant areas of bias with regard to the treatment of female attorneys, litigants and witnesses despite marked improvement over the years. The Committee, chaired by the Hon. Betty Weinberg Ellerin of Alston & … Continued
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NYSBA in the News: Leadership On Tech In The Courts & Health Law Section Chair Discusses Recent Recommendations

As reports that two potential vaccines with 94.5 and 95 percent effectiveness are being released from the pharmaceutical companies Moderna and Pfizer, NYSBA Health Law Section Chair Mary Beth Morrisey spoke with two podcasts, including  The Capitol Pressroom (WCNY) where she explained the reasons for recommending the state consider mandating a COVID-19 vaccine once a scientific consensus … Continued
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‘Nightmare Presidential Scenarios’ Averted; Election Reforms Still Needed

What a year! Almost everyone even remotely paying attention now has a fairly good idea of how we elect a president, or at least knows the broad outlines of the process. Fortunately, the so-called nightmare scenarios that I and others incessantly wrote about[1] for the last two years ultimately did not come to pass, though … Continued
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The Do-Nothing Congress Did Do Some Things . . .

During the 116th Congress, which lasts from January 3, 2019 to December 31, 2020, Congress passed 169 bills that were signed into law by the President. In terms of context, nearly 16,000 bills were introduced. By these numbers, only roughly 1.25% of bills became law, leading to the nickname “Do-Nothing Congress.” But to call it … Continued
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You Are on Mute. The Halo Effect. Two-Factor Authentication: Ten Common Technology Problems and Easy Solutions in 2020

As technology use grew in 2020 due to remote work, so did questions: some simple; some more complex. Recovering lawyer and self-professed geek Paul J. Unger of the Affinity Consulting Group addressed some of the universal concerns that have become more commonplace in 2020. He spoke on the recent CLE Webinar, “Tech Skills for Lawyers … Continued
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Lawyers That Rock and Roll, The Resistance Band with Daniel Marotta | Gold/Fox: Non-Billable

Daniel Marotta, attorney at the firm Gabor & Marotta, joins Michael and Sarah to discuss his band The Resistance, a popular cover band on Staten Island. Marotta is an original member and lead guitarist talks about how the band came together and what they’re doing to help local music venues and restaurants impacted by the … Continued
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