March 23, 2020

For better or worse, anonymity has long been a fundamental feature of Internet communication, particularly in large-scale Internet communities and on websites that permit public comments. The ability to provide unvarnished opinions in an open forum without fear of repr...

January 24, 2020

In his Settlement and Compromise column, Thomas E.L. Dewey discusses 'Attestor Value Master Fund v. Republic of Argentina'—a case that “reconfirms the significance of language in settlement documents that suggests a settlement is not binding until signed by both partie...

January 17, 2020

If millions of people are using a company’s software, the company is happy—as long as it’s getting paid. But if the company loses control of the product, it must take steps to defend its rights. And the first step in that playbook is often to go to court and seek to re...

November 25, 2019

Lawyers give advice. It’s a big part of the job. Sometimes it’s legal advice and sometimes it’s business advice and sometimes (particularly for lawyers who focus on technology and intellectual property) it’s hard to tell. And that can be a problem. Because the conversa...

October 29, 2019

The Appellate Division’s statewide Practice Rules contain an important requirement that generally applies to parties and counsel appearing before all Departments of the Appellate Division: “[t]he parties or their attorneys shall immediately notify the court when there...

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For better or worse, anonymity has long been a fundamental feature of Internet communication, particularly in large-scale Internet communities and on...

New York Law Journal “Procedural Chickens and Eggs: Obtaining Pre-Suit Disclosure To Identify Necessary Parties” by Stephen M. Kramarsky for New York...

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