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...

September 16, 2019

“Three things matter in real estate,” the old saying goes, “location, location, location.” That can be true in litigation as well. The venue in which a trial is held can often be dispositive of a case, for a host of reasons ranging from the applicable law, to the chara...

July 26, 2019

There are circumstances in which the parties must obtain court approval to dismiss an action, and by extension, the parties’ settlement agreement. Courts consider a variety of factors when the parties request approval of a settlement agreement, attorney fees provided i...

May 20, 2019

Information security has become an increasingly important concern for modern businesses. As businesses move their information storage to the “cloud,” rather than keeping it in computers on site, the need for appropriate security controls becomes more pronounced. Compan...

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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 lawyer...

New York Law Journal "Court Examines Inadvertent Waiver in Patent Prosecution Context" by Steve Kramarsky

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