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NYC Medical Malpractice Attorney Jeff Bloom to Chair the NYSBA “Failure to Diagnose Breast Cancer” Program

Our partner, New York Medical Malpractice Lawyer Jeffrey Bloom, will be the Program Chair of the “Failure to Diagnose Breast Cancer” seminar organized by the New York State Bar Association.  Richard Steigman who is also a partner at our firm … Continue reading

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ICANN GNSO Chair Joins the Non-Commercial Users Constituency (NCUC) to Support Civil Society at ICAN

GNSO Chair Avri Doria joined ICANNs Non-Commercial Users Constituency (NCUC) to support civil society at ICANN in its struggle for a stakeholder group charter that is drafted in a bottom-up fashion and considers the needs of noncommercial users of the … Continue reading

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NYC Medical Malpractice Attorneys Jeffrey Bloom and Ben Rubinowitz to respectively chair and speak at the NYSBA program “Anatomy & Medicine for Lawyers”

Our partner,  New York Medical Malpractice Lawyer Jeffrey Bloom will be chairing the “Anatomy & Medicine for Lawyers” program offered by the New York State Bar Association Thursday March 29th from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm at the CFA Society, … Continue reading

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Meet your next ABA Law Student Division officers: Chair, BOG rep

The votes have been counted, and the law schools have spoken. Now, we’d like to introduce you to the next Chair and the next Law Student At-Large on the ABA Board of Governors for the ABA Law Student Division. The … Continue reading

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Fed chair Powell to Congress – make student loans dischargeable in bankruptcy

Coverage of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's Congressional testimony highlighted his optimism about economic growth and its implications for future interest rate hikes. Less widely covered were his brief remarks on the student loan debt crisis. Citing the macroeconomic drag … Continue reading

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