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The many tasks of a foreclosure referee

The New York Times recently ran an article in the Sunday Business section, “If Lenders Say ‘The Dog Ate Your Mortgage,’” in which reporter Gretchen Morgenson observed that foreclosure battles between lenders and borrowers too often are played out on ...

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CPLR 4502(b): The Spousal Privilege

The fostering of uninhibited communications between spouses so as to promote domestic peace is at the heart of the spousal privilege. However, this troublesome privilege is not inviolate and not all communications between spouses are, or should be, immune from ...

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