By Michael A.H. Schoenberg, Esq. Each year, budding and established entrepreneurs form thousands, if not tens of thousands, of new corporations in New York. With the excitement of starting a new business, many owners often overlook the seemingly humdrum formalities of corporate formation, such...

By Michael A.H. Schoenberg, Esq. The attorney-client privilege, the oldest among the now codified common-law evidentiary privileges, shields from disclosure any confidential communications between an attorney and his or her client made for the purpose of obtaining or facilitating legal advice in the...

By Mark S. Mulholland, Esq. The Commercial Division of the Supreme Court has rejected a series of attempts by the nation’s largest health insurer to limit reimbursements to medical providers, or to recoup standard-rate payments previously made. The underlying suits have arisen in the context...

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