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How Lawyers Can Make Sure LGBTQ Clients Don’t Face Discrimination

When working with LGBTQ clients, attorneys need to arm themselves, not only with the latest anti-discrimination laws and ethical codes, but with first-hand knowledge of their client’s legal goals and personal perspectives.
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Two Years Into COVID, Trends Are Emerging on Litigation

After nearly two years of legal battles, trends are emerging in how COVID-related commercial cases are being argued and decided, a panel of lawyers said Wednesday during the New York State Bar Association’s Annual Meeting.
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New York State Bar Association and Bar Foundation Launch Attorney Well-Being Fundraising Campaign

The New York State Bar Association and the New York Bar Foundation have launched a new fundraising campaign to address attorney well-being.
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Tax Laws Lag Behind Current COVID Reality

Tax laws must catch up with what has happened with the world as a result of COVID-19.
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New York State Bar Association Business Law Section Honors Kathleen Scott

Kathleen Scott, deputy superintendent of banking of the New York State Department of Financial Services, is the 2022 recipient of the David S. Caplan Award for Meritorious Service given by the New York State Bar Association’s Business Law Section
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How New Federal Law Protecting Patients From Surprise Bills Works With NY Law

The No Surprises Act is considered a major victory for consumers. The surprise bills would sometimes arise out of medical emergencies, even at in-network hospitals, where the patients were unexpectedly treated by out-of-network specialists.
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New York State Bar Association Supports Governor’s Efforts To Reduce Gun Violence

Governor Hochul has rightly recognized that the state stands on the precipice of great potential and has put forward a far-reaching plan to capitalize on this unique moment.
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‘It Was Like Building a Plane in Flight.’ Health and Legal Experts Look Back on Pandemic Policy

When looking back at his work before the COVID pandemic, Joseph Fins, chief of the Division of Medical Ethics at New York Presbyterian Hospital and Weill Cornell Medical College, says he is haunted by one regret. In 2015, the New…
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Ethics Opinion 1236

Topic: Divorce mediation, limited scope legal services, non-resident lawyers, ghostwriting Digest: A New York lawyer may perform divorce mediation services for New York clients from his office in another state, provided that he makes effective disclosure of the differences in…
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Courts Safely Navigating the Omicron Surge

Although too soon to make predictions, DiFiore noted that the number of judges and staff testing positive for COVID-19 has been trending downward over the last few days, particularly in New York City and downstate regions of the state.
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NYSBA Publications

NYSBA produces and releases a variety of publications that pertain to case law, procedural developments, practice management, and a host of other topics of interest to legal professionals. Learn more by selecting a publication below, and read the latest issue or browse the archives. Note: Some issues and archives require you to login to the site first to access.


Bar Journal: January-February 2022 Edition

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State Bar News: Summer 2021 Edition

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CasePrep Plus

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New York State Law Digest: January 2022 Edition

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