For the Staten Island Advance's report on the expected opening, click here.
HERE to read and participate in the discussion.
It is with great sadness that I have to inform you of the passing of Jane Lincoln who worked at the Supreme Court, 18 Richmond Terrace.
The wake will be onat the Colonial Funeral Home, 2819 Hylan Blvd., Corner of Tysens Lane from 2-4 and
The Funeral Mass will be onat St. Charles Church.
HERE for the link to view/download a copy.
Sellers’ Concessions, a topic that, at least I thought, we had exhaustively vetted out so as to come to some hard and fast conclusions, thereby establishing firm guidelines within which attorneys could collectively operate so as to stay within the parameters of the myriad Ethics Opinions that were designed to exact “full disclosure” as it related to the issue of Sellers’ Concessions, or so I thought.
Click HERE for a link to see and participate in the discussion.
Mr. Schneider is the husband of Harriet Weinberger, Esq. who is the Director of the Attorney for Children Program for the Appellate Division, Second Department. Many matrimonial lawyers and 18B lawyers in Family Court know both Fred and Harriet.
On Friday, July 31, the New York City Bar, in conjunction with the Joint Minority Bar Judicial Internship Program, will be hosting a talk on how to become a judge. The program is designed for judicial law clerks and judicial interns, and the panel will feature Hon. Doris M. Gonzalez (Acting Justice, Supreme Court, Bronx County, Criminal Division), Hon. Tanya Kennedy (Judge, New York City Civil Court, New York County) and Hon. Kiyo A. Matsumoto (U.S. District Judge, Eastern District of New York). It will be moderated by Magistrate Judge Scanlon. For details, click here.
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