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This case caught the attention of the New York Law Journal, which chose to feature it as one of their Insurance Law Decisions of Interest pieces.
in addition to Madonna's representatives, but no one took sufficient steps to fix the problem, the New York Law Journal reported.
The New York Law Journal Rankings are not a scientific survey of the marketplace but rather a popular vote.
The New York Law Journal recently reported that the New York City Corporation Counsel's Office has announced that the city's lawsuit against oil companies over local methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE) contamination will be at the forefront of the 115 similar federal cases throughout the U.
Weiner has written on a variety of real estate and tax topics for such publications as the New York Law Journal, the Journal of Taxation, AFIRE News and Urban Land.
Domino's Pizza founder Thomas Monaghan is spending $50 million in his home base of Ann Arbor, Michigan, to establish the Ave Maria School of Law, which the April 22, 1999, New York Law Journal reports "will combine legal advocacy and Catholic morality.
13 Daniel Wise, "Local Agencies Get Tough on Cyber-Crime," New York Law Journal (October 1997): 1.
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