PDF it to me, yesterday!

Not long ago, that phrase, let alone using three letters as a verb, would have been meaningless to most people in the legal profession. Now I say it almost every day. (If you haven’t yet, you may soon.) It wasn’t so very long ago that the word “fax” was just as...

The Uniform Law Commission

By: Justin L. Vigdor Boylan Code, LLP Every lawyer is familiar with the Uniform Commercial Code, and most lawyers are familiar with various other statutes having the word “Uniform” in their title, as for example, the Uniform Gifts to Minors Act. Few lawyers, however,...

Sidebar – The Supreme Court and the Environment

In early April, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down two landmark environmental decisions. The decisions are bound to change the legal landscape surrounding emissions regulation. The first gives the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) a direction to regulate...

The United States supreme court limits

By Scott Mooney Monday October 2, 2006 new york real estate journal On June 19th, the U.S. supreme court issued its long-awaited ruling addressing the scope of the Clean Water Act’s authority over remote wetlands. The five-four plurality decision delivered in the...

Public Performance License Fees

By Mark Costello, Esq.Friday June 13, 2003The Daily Record As an entertainment lawyer, I frequently am asked probing and important legal questions such as, “Where can I get a good snake tattoo?,” “How can I get $100,000.00 worth of new equipment free?” and “You have...

Employee’s Defamation Claim Against Municipality Fails

By Devin L. Palmer, Esq. Wednesday January 7, 2004 The Daily Record Can a municipal employee ordered to submit to a mental evaluation under New York’s Civil Service Law § 72 sue the employer for defamation? This was the central issue before the Wayne County...