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Who Owns You When You Die? What Can Be Learned From Prince, Michael Jackson and Robin Williams’ Estates

In life, Prince, who died without a will, pulled his videos from YouTube and once threatened to sue the website over copyright concerns. In death, his video catalog is now available to stream on his official YouTube Channel.
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What You Can Do To Be Anti-Racist

The tragic killing of George Floyd by police officers in Minneapolis prompted a nationwide discussion about systemic and structural racism and white supremacy and white privilege. In observance of Black History Month, the New York State Bar Association’s Committee on Diversity and Inclusion asked members to participate in the 28-Day Racial Equity Challenge. The goal … Continued
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The Only New York State Commercial Litigation Book Gets a New Edition

The only book on commercial litigation in the New York State Courts is back.
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Jury Trials To Resume March 22

During her weekly coronavirus update today, Chief Judge Janet DiFiore announced that the state court system is planning to resume some in-person operations, including a limited number of jury trials in courthouses across the state, and that jury summonses are being mailed out in preparation for jury selection to begin March 22.
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80 Attorneys Contribute to NYSBA’s Landmark Guide on Labor and Employment Law

The New York State Bar Association has published a new comprehensive guide on employment law in New York with answers to more than 450 frequently asked questions for attorneys, human resources professionals and laypersons.
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How Amy Coney Barrett is Going Change The Supreme Court with Albany Law Professor Vincent Bonventre

Albany Law School Professor Vincent Bonventre talks about the new conservative majority on the Supreme Court, the court's three recent cases regarding COVID-19 gathering restrictions and an assessment of the court's newest justice Amy Coney Barrett.
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Improve Your Client Intake: 10 Steps to Seal the Deal

The client intake process is critical. Ensure you always start on the right foot by adhering to these ten steps.
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New York State Bar Association President Urges U.S. Senate to Pass Long-Overdue LGBTQ Anti-Discrimination Bill

“I am thrilled that the U.S. House of Representatives today has passed a long-overdue bill to ban discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. While the bill is morally right and provides simple common-sense protections for LGBTQ people, it still faces an uncertain future in the U.S. Senate. Should it fail, bias against LGBTQ people will be allowed to…
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Our Courts May Be the Last Bastion of Truth and Civility – and Lawyers Have a Duty To Keep Them That Way!

Therefore, when it comes to finding truth – and doing so with civility – in our divided nation, lawyers must continue to lead by example
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Topic: Sharing Legal Fees with Former Associate Digest: Subject to any applicable law, a law firm may pay legal fees on particular cases to an attorney formerly affiliated with the firm and now serving in a non-judicial public office for work previously performed at the firm to the same extent that the attorney would have … Continued
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