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New York City Bar Association to host webinar on CVSGs with Neal Katyal

On Tuesday, May 4, at 6 p.m. EDT, the patents committee of the New York City Bar Association will host a webinar with Neal Katyal, former acting solicitor general of the United States, discussing how the views of the solicitor general’s office can influence the Supreme Court’s decisions. The solicitor general is often called the “10th justice” of the Supreme Court because the court, which seldom asks for anyone else’s opinion, will solicit the opinion of the executive branch in many cases,even ...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, United States, Neal Katyal, New York City Bar Association, Event Announcements


Is it Hyperbole if it Accurately Describes an Absurd Reality

Wow, lots of new amicus in the patent eligibility case of American Axle v. Neapco, including a joint filing from Sen. Thom Tillis, Hon. Paul Michel, and Hon. David Kappos. The trio argue that the current state of patent eligibility doctrine is “an unintelligible hash” causing significant systemic problems. [Tillis Brief]  Kappos addition to the brief is symbolically important. His name is memorialized in Bilski v. Kappos, the case that seemingly re-started us down this pathway.  The brief offers...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, United States, Patent, Federal Circuit, American Axle, New York City Bar Association, Biotechnology Innovation Organization, the Court, Bilski, Kappos, Neapco, Peter S Menell, Ameranth Inc, Jeremy C Doerre, Sen Thom Tillis Hon Paul Michel


NYC Bar Association joins push to have Giuliani investigated to be disbarred

The New York City Bar Association added its name to the list of groups urging the state court committee that recommends whether to disbar attorneys to investigate complaints against Rudy Giuliani.
Tags: Cnn, Giuliani, New York City Bar Association, NYC Bar Association


Morning Docket: 09.25.20

* Evel Knievel's son is suing Disney since a character in Toy Story 4 allegedly resembles his late father. Assuming Disney already has the license for Mr. Potato Head... [AP] * A black British lawyer has received an apology after being mistaken as a criminal defendant instead of a lawyer multiple times in a single day. [New York Daily News] * A New York attorney has been disbarred for sending "disturbing" emails to the New York City Bar Association and then failing to respond to ethics inqui...
Tags: New York, Law, Milwaukee, Disney, Bloomberg, Donald Trump, Toy Story, New York Daily News, Evel Knievel, Tucker Carlson, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Milwaukee Wisconsin, NCIS, New York City Bar Association, New York Law Journal, Morning Docket


United States: Boston Elected As President Of New York City Bar Association - Arnold & Porter

Arnold & Porter Product Liability Litigation partner Sheila S. Boston was installed as the president of the New York City Bar Association during a ceremony on May 19, 2020
Tags: News, United States, Porter, New York City Bar Association, Arnold Porter Product Liability Litigation, Sheila S Boston


United States: Legal Issues With International Art Exhibitions - Pryor Cashman LLP

Partner Megan Noh will be a speaker at "Legal Issues with International Art Exhibitions," a panel co-sponsored by the New York City Bar Association and the Institute of Art & Law.
Tags: News, United States, Institute, New York City Bar Association, Cashman LLP, Megan Noh


Bar Association Calls Out William Barr

Some folks are really unhappy with the Attorney General.
Tags: Law, Department Of Justice, Quote Of The Day, New York City Bar Association, William Barr


NYC Bar Association Asks Congress to Investigate AG Barr for Bias

(Bloomberg) -- The New York City Bar Association has asked Congress to investigate U.S. Attorney General William Barr, saying his recent actions and statements have positioned the Justice Department and its prosecutors as “political partisans willing to use the levers of government to empower certain groups over others.”The request disclosed on Thursday appears to be the first time the New York bar or any comparable bar association has asked Congress to investigate a sitting attorney general. La...
Tags: New York, News, Congress, Senate, Ukraine, Fbi, New Orleans, Department Of Justice, Justice Department, Trump, University of Notre Dame, U S House, Barr, New York City Bar Association, Greg Farrell, New York City Bar






SCOTUS Map: February and March 2019

At a February 1 Hastings Law Journal symposium honoring retired Justice Anthony Kennedy’s 43 years as a federal judge, Kennedy bemoaned what he sees as the lack of “rational, enlightening dialogue” and the dissipation of the “social framework of decency.” Of the Supreme Court’s two newest justices (and former Kennedy clerks), Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh, Kennedy had only ringing endorsements: “[Gorsuch is] going to be a wonderful judge, just like Brett.” The San Francisco Chronic...
Tags: New York, Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, California, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Kennedy, Sonia Sotomayor, Brown, John Roberts, Board of Education, Brett, Roberts, San Francisco Chronicle, Ginsburg


AILA Presents Cyrus D. Mehta with the 2018 Edith Lowenstein Memorial Award

The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) will recognize Cyrus D. Mehta with the 2018 Edith Lowenstein Memorial Award for excellence in advancing the practice of immigration law. He will receive the award this week during AILA’s Annual Conference in San Francisco Mr. Mehta has dedicated his life and career to advance the practice of immigration law, not just by providing excellent representation to clients, but also through advocacy efforts, writing, and teaching other lawyers. He is...
Tags: New York, News, Life, San Francisco, Brooklyn Law School, Mehta, New York City Bar Association, Aila, American Immigration Lawyers Association AILA, Cyrus D Mehta, Edith Lowenstein, Committee on Immigration and Nationality Law, St Xavier s College Bombay University Mr Mehta, Cambridge University England BA, Columbia Law School New York


Some state highlights from Marijuana Law, Policy & Reform

It has been nearly two months since I did a full round-up of posts of note from the blogging I do over at Marijuana Law, Policy & Reform, but I have this week highlighted a few of many recent posts on federal marijuana reform developments and on marijuana expungement activities.  Because I am likely to be off line for all of Friday, I will head into the weekend by here doing a round-up of recent state marijuana reform postings from MLP&R (in alphabetical order): Detailing the growth (and growi...
Tags: Florida, New York, Law, Minneapolis, Alaska, Michigan, Oklahoma, Arizona Supreme Court, New York City Bar Association, Maine Supreme Court, Douglas A Berman


Cyrus D Mehta Wins Who’s Who Legal Awards 2018 Corporate Immigration Lawyer of the Year

Our good friend and eminent immigration lawyer has been selected as one of the recipients of the Who’s Who Legal Awards for 2018. From Who’s Who Legal Awards website: Each year Who’s Who Legal presents awards to the individuals and firms that have performed exceptionally well in our research. After an in-depth assessment of our findings, we have identified a lawyer and a firm of the year in each of our featured practice areas. We also announce awards for the leading firms in over 70 jurisdic...
Tags: News, Life, New York City, US, America, Mumbai, Cambridge University, Columbia Law School, Association, Trump, Brooklyn Law School, BAHA, Mehta, New York City Bar Association, Aila, American Immigration Lawyers Association AILA


Personal Branding For Attorneys And Lawyers

Why lawyer branding is important Whether you’ve just passed the bar exam or have been a partner at a top law firm for twenty years, lawyer branding is essential. Today, online screenings – both formal and informal determine whether or not people will hire you, work for you, or refer new clients to you. The legal profession has historically been slow-moving when it comes to adopting online lawyer branding and law firm branding as standard practice. But over the past few years that has changed s...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Wikipedia, US, Guide, Aba, Branding, Google Adwords, Avvo, Eric Schneiderman, Barrack, New York City Bar Association, Managed Services, Pillar, BrandYourself, ABA Techreport Online


New York City Bar Association Small Law Symposium is Thursday – See you there

The New York City Bar Association’s 14th Annual Small Law Firm Practice Management Symposium is this coming Thursday, November 9. It’s an honor to be presenting for the second year in a row. Whether you are just starting out or been practicing for decades, I can personally vouch that the Symposium offers valuable guidance on both managing and growing a practice. I particularly like the open dialogue between presenters and attendees. Discussion flushes out what’s on people’s minds and you walk a...
Tags: Law, Cool Stuff, Twitter Facebook Linkedin, New York City Bar Association, Tim Baran, New York City Bar Association Small Law, NYCBA, New York City Area


Crossing Borders With Digital Devices

Lots of lawyers have been worried about having their digital devices inspected at the U.S. border in recent years, and more so under the current administration – but there are other countries that are not generally trusted either. The New York City Bar Association has issued an ethics opinion telling lawyers they need to take special steps to protect confidential and privileged client information in such circumstances – possibly including using ‘burner’ phones or laptops (ones with no confidenti...
Tags: Europe, Technology, Law, China, US, ABA Journal, Digital Devices, New York City Bar Association, Practice Of Law, Ulc_ecomm_list


NYC Bar on lawyers’ ethical obligations at the border

Here is this week's Daily Record column. My past Daily Record articles can be accessed here. ***** NYC Bar on lawyers’ ethical obligations at the border Since the election, border crossings have been subject to greater scrutiny by border control agents. This presents a problem for lawyers, who often cross the border carrying electronic devices which contain confidential client information that they are duty bound to protect. Fortunately, the New York City Bar Association provided timely gui...
Tags: New York, Law, Cloud Computing, United States, Web/Tech, Aba, Committee, Rochester New York, New York City Bar Association, Daily Record--Legal Currents Column, Law & Technology, NBlack, Nicole Black, West Thomson, Professional Ethics Committee


Event announcement

On July 19 at 6 p.m., the New York City Bar Association will host a review of October Term 2016. Speakers will include Beth Brinkmann, Caitlin Halligan, Pamela Karlan, Deanne Maynard and Barbara Underwood. Judge Paul Engelmayer will moderate, and William Weinstein will serve as program chair. More information about and registration for this event, which will be held at the New York City Bar office, are available on the bar’s website. The post Event announcement appeared first on SCOTUSblog. ...
Tags: Law, Paul Engelmayer, New York City Bar Association, What's Happening Now, New York City Bar, Barbara Underwood, William Weinstein


United States: City Bars Support Of Constitutional Convention Is Flawed - Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP

In 1997 I supported a constitutional convention. The New York City Bar Association opposed it, vigorously objecting to a deeply flawed delegate selection process.
Tags: News, United States, New York City Bar Association, Stroock, Lavan LLP




De Blasio Under Fire For Plan To Keep Some Immigrants Out Of Legal Aid Program

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Tags: New York, News, New York City, Bill De Blasio, Bronx, Donald Trump, Huffington Post, De Blasio, New York University, Trump, Roque Planas, Melissa Mark Viverito, Agarwal, New York City Bar Association, Cardozo School of Law, Jennifer Friedman


SCOTUS Map: April and May 2017

Who doesn’t want to take a quick break in the middle of work and go to Italy? On April 21, Justice Stephen Breyer took part in a conversation called “Judges as Diplomats in Advancing the Rule of Law,” organized by the Luxembourg Forum at American University. A brief recap comes from the American University School of Public Affairs News. Justice Sonia Sotomayor spoke at the April 25 reception for the Legal Services Corporation’s Forum on Increasing Access to Justice. The following day, Justice E...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, California, Washington, Sacramento, America, Indiana, Indianapolis, Fox, Italy, Luxembourg, Philadelphia, Michigan, Ruth Bader Ginsburg


Ceresney, ex-SEC enforcement chief, rejoins Debevoise & Plimpton

Andrew J. Ceresney, a former director of enforcement for the SEC, will return to law firm Debevoise & Plimpton as co-chair of the litigation department. In this position, which he will assume in early March 2017, Ceresney will practice mostly in the white collar and regulatory defense group. Ceresney will join Mary Beth Hogan as co-chair of the litigation department and succeed John S. Kiernan, who was named president of the New York City Bar Association last year. At Debevoise & Plimpton, Ceres...
Tags: Trends, People, SEC, Plimpton, New York City Bar Association, Debevoise, Debevoise Plimpton, Andrew J Ceresney


SCOTUS Map: October and November 2016

As in prior terms, the majority of the justices’ events during October Term 2016 take place in the Washington area. The Supreme Court’s days as an eight-member court may soon be drawing to a close. As the country awaits president-elect Donald Trump’s nominee for the vacancy, the sitting justices who participated in post-election speaking engagements faced questions about the election’s impact on the court. In a November 15 appearance at the Hill Center in Washington, interviewer Bill Press aske...
Tags: New York, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Washington Post, Washington, Cbs News, Senate, Cnn, Heritage, New York Times, Philadelphia, Associated Press, Npr, North America, Muhammad Ali


Meetup a good meeting organizer for law firms and bar associations

Last week, we held a Law Blogger Con Meetup in New York City. Though the event was hosted by the New York City Bar Association, I was concerned that not too many folks heard of the get together. So in ...
Tags: New York City, Meetup, Social Media Principles, Cool Stuff, New York City Bar Association


Friday round-up

Supreme Court coverage and commentary continue to focus on the prospect of a Republican blockade of future nominees to the court in a Democratic administration. At Politico, Burgess Everett reports that “Senate Republicans are choosing sides ahead of a brutal conflict over how to handle the lingering Supreme Court vacancy, with Jeff Flake firing back Thursday at a suggestion by Ted Cruz that the party could indefinitely block any nominee from Hillary Clinton,” and noting that “regardless of Flak...
Tags: Post, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Washington Post, Washington, Senate, White House, Bloomberg, Hillary Clinton, United States, Alaska, Ted Cruz, Chuck Grassley, Miami, Associated Press


Morning Docket: 10.27.16

* Results are out for the July 2016 administration of the South Carolina bar exam, and it appears that the Charleston School of Law is having trouble when it comes to its grads' ability to pass. Barely half of test-takers from the law school passed (50.9 percent), down from 57.4 percent last year, and 65.3 percent the year before that. Whoops! [FITS News] * No matter what Senator Ted Cruz says, when it comes to the Supreme Court, eight isn't enough. In fact, according to what Justice Ruth Bader...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Scotus, Washington Post, China, Alabama, Ted Cruz, Deaths, Chinese communist party, Associated Press, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, South Carolina, Ministry Of Justice, Law Schools, Legal Ethics, ABA Journal


"'Eight is not a good number': Justices Ginsburg, Sotomayor address the New York City Bar Association."

"'Eight is not a good number': Justices Ginsburg, Sotomayor address the New York City Bar Association." Robert Barnes of The Washington Post has this report.
Tags: Law, The Washington Post, Robert Barnes, New York City Bar Association, Ginsburg Sotomayor