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How Much Are The Mentally Disableds' Lives Worth In New York (Hint: ZERO!)

Just read a great article in the New York Times about developmentally disabled people in New York State care, or in the care of not-for-profit homes charged by the State to care for them, who die for "reasons other than … Continue reading

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Portuguese Bank Settles New York and SEC Charges over Violating Registration Provisions

The New York Attorney General and the SEC both announced that they had settled investigations into Banco EspĂ­rito Santo S.A. (BES), a Portuguese bank, for the same alleged conduct. According to the New York AG, BES and its affiliates solicited… … Continue reading

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New York Estate Planning Best Done Before Health Declines

When it comes to New York estate planning, timing matters. While it is always better to conduct some long-term financial and well-being preparation than none, there is a large benefit to handling the planning while one is still capable. This … Continue reading

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Central New York Injury Lawyer Recommends Using Projection Technology At Trial

In the Watertown New York personal injury jury trial I wrapped up this week, I used some technology that I feel really made a difference. It is called "Exhibit View", and is a kind of trial presentation software. You load … Continue reading

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Archbishop of New York Warns Obama of Consequences of DOMA Repeal

Timothy Dolan, Catholic Archbishop of New York, wrote a strong letter to President Obama. He stated that "recent actions" taken by the Administration "escalate the threat to marriage." He then urged the President to perpetuate the discriminate against gay and … Continue reading

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