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OPINION - Requiring servicemember to relinquish wife’s property and review documents did not “materially affect” his military duty. The stay requested per Service Members Civil Relief Act only referred to member’s inability to attend court hearings. (Sup. Ct., Monroe County)
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OPINION - State trooper’s termination was justified by testimony of several women that trooper offered them a chance to avoid being issued a ticket, in one instance saying “show me your boobs.” (N.Y. App. Div., 3d Dep't)
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Goldman loses bid to end lawsuit by hedge fund over CDO10/19/2012
The $1.07 billion lawsuit accuses Goldman of selling risky debt that it intended to lose value to an Australian hedge fund, causing the fund to become insolvent.
Wilson Elser added to civil contempt proceeding in John Doe case10/19/2012
District Judge Brian Cogan added the law firm as a respondent in a case filed by Felix Sater who had pleaded guilty to participating in a $40 million stock fraud.
Credit-card fee settlement sent for judge's approval10/19/2012
If the proposed $7.2 bln deal receives approval from Judge John Gleeson, it would be the largest federal antitrust settlement in U.S. history, resolving seven years of price-fixing litigation.
Class settlement agreement
Alleged credit card traffickers were not 'enterprise': NY high court10/19/2012
Judges dismissed enterprise corruption charges against four people in a case that questioned whether a loose affiliation of alleged cybercriminals constituted an organized crime operation.
Campaign finance case against NY Mayor Bloomberg closed10/19/2012
The campaign finance board held that failing to report payments made to the Independence Party, while contravening the spirit of disclosure, did not constitute a violation.
2nd Circuit sets new rules for immigration cases10/19/2012
All pending immigration cases before the appeals court will be tolled for 90 days to allow the government and the person filing the appeal to decide whether the case is worth pursuing.
New York bans 'Broadway Bomb' skateboard race10/19/2012
For a decade, people from around the world have barreled down an eight-mile section of the landmark Manhattan street, dodging traffic and people, as part of the annual daredevil race.
Broadway producers file $100 million suit in 'Rebecca' scam case10/19/2012
The suit against Mark Hotton comes days after authorities charged him with two counts of wire fraud for allegedly having fabricated investors to dupe the producers of "Rebecca: The Musical."
Retired Justice O'Connor to hear 2nd Circuit cases next week10/19/2012
The former U.S. Supreme Court justice will sit on a panel scheduled to hear eight cases including one involving a close lieutenant of John Gotti, the late Gambino crime family boss.
THE LATEST HEADLINES
Corzine, banks push to end MF Global fraud lawsuit
Goldman loses bid to end lawsuit by hedge fund over CDO
Wilson Elser added to civil contempt proceeding in John Doe case
Credit-card fee settlement sent for judge's approval
Campaign finance case against NY Mayor Bloomberg closed
2nd Circuit sets new rules for immigration cases
Alleged credit card traffickers were not 'enterprise': NY high court
New York bans 'Broadway Bomb' skateboard race
Owner of Hickey Freeman, Hart Schaffner Marx files for bankruptcy
Retired Justice O'Connor to hear 2nd Circuit cases next week
Broadway producers file $100 million suit in 'Rebecca' scam case
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Law firm chided by lawmakers fires back
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