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Exhibition - Specter: Max Neumann

From: Bruce Silverstein Gallery

Bruce Silverstein Gallery is pleased to announce its third solo exhibition of new works by Berlin-based artist Max Neumann.  This special presentation, entitled Specter, will include a suite of both …
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2 Adults and 2 Children Dead After Suspected Arson Fire at N.J. Mansion

The blaze broke out Tuesday at a home in Monmouth County, the authorities said. Officials were also investigating a second fire 12 miles away.
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Bronx Man Is Arrested in Defacing of African Burial Ground Monument

Ivan Nieves, 57, was charged with vandalism and disorderly conduct in the incident, in which a person used a marker to write a racist slur on a plaque.
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Two New Judges Appointed to Bench in Manhattan's Commercial Division

Two New Judges Appointed to Bench in Manhattan's Commercial Division

Starting next year, two new judges will be serving on the bench in Manhattan Supreme Court's Commercial Division, one of the world's most highly regarded business courts. 
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Cuomo and de Blasio Saw the Amazon Deal as a Winner. Now Comes the Backlash.

The governor and mayor have been aggressively selling their deal to bring Amazon to New York. But local lawmakers and others critics aren’t budging.
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Jerry Frankel, Prolific Broadway Producer, Is Dead at 88

Mr. Frankel, a former dress manufacturer, produced more than 50 plays and musicals with various partners and won nine Tony Awards.
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Disbarred Lawyer Fighting to Toss Conviction for Bribery of Private Agent to Gain Client Referrals

A disbarred criminal defense attorney and his paralegal are fighting to toss out their 2016 convictions of bribing an agent from the New York City Criminal Justice Agency to steer clients their way,.…
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Judge Denies White House Bid to Delay Census Suit, Saying 'Enough Is Enough'

Judge Denies White House Bid to Delay Census Suit, Saying 'Enough Is Enough'

“Defendants' motion makes so little sense, even on its own terms, that it is hard to understand as anything but an attempt to avoid a timely decision on the merits altogether, Furman wrote. …
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Dennis Wrong, 94, One of the Last of the ‘New York Intellectuals,’ Dies

Part of a mid-20th-century cadre of sophists, he wrote prodigiously, and iconoclastically, in left-leaning journals while earning distinction as a sociologist.
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New York stories: This Grammar Guru Will Solve the World’s Problems

Or, at least, help you figure out when to use an Oxford comma.
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Thanksgiving Weekend Fun for Philly Kids: Parades, Turkey Trots, Holiday Fun

Thanksgiving has arrived in the Delaware Valley! It's time for turkey, football games, parades, and family time.  With
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Yeshivas Get Curriculum Reviews As Orthodox Power Wanes in New York

New regulations will require education authorities to review the curricula of every yeshiva in the New York.
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Two Boutiques Helmed by Paul Weiss Vets Top Cravath Bonus Scale

Two Boutiques Helmed by Paul Weiss Vets Top Cravath Bonus Scale

Kaplan Hecker & Fink and Wilkinson Walsh + Eskovitz, both founded by high-profile women who left Paul Weiss in recent years, will blow past the bonuses announced this week by Cravath. 
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King & Spalding Bets on FINRA Vets Despite Some Enforcement Declines

King & Spalding Bets on FINRA Vets Despite Some Enforcement Declines

Amid an overall decrease in enforcement activity, King & Spalding says its financial regulatory practice has seen increased demand, leading to four new hires with FINRA backgrounds. 
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Personal Jurisdiction in the Age of Blockchain

In his Blockchain Law column, Robert A. Schwinger writes: As commercial activity increasingly intertwines with applications of blockchain technology with participants around the world, courts have...…
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