New York

Remembering Robert Carter

Carter cared deeply about the First Amendment and saw it as an essential tool for the advancement of equality.
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2nd Circuit backs ‘Heavy Hitters’ law firm

New Yorkers will continue to see client testimonials, law-firm ads with colorful nicknames and other types of attorney advertising. That’s because the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has affirmed
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Ruling says attorney lacks right to wear hat, jeans in court

A New York-based attorney does not have a constitutional right to wear a hat and jeans in court, a federal district court ruled recently. Todd C. Bank, who practices law
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Plaintiff in 1962 landmark school-prayer case reflects on his role

William Shakespeare wrote in Twelfth Night: “Some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon ‘em.” Steven Engel says “alphabetical order” thrust his name into the
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