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Hearing on fairness of mandatory arbitration

Changes to the Federal Arbitration Act are being considered by senators. A hearing on “Arbitration: Is It Fair When Forced?” was recently conducted by Sen. Al Franken, a Minnesota Democrat, before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary. Franken focused specifically ...

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Judge Lippman conducts final hearing in Buffalo

Legal professionals across the Fourth Department are meeting in Buffalo today to testify before Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman’s fourth and final hearing on the unmet civil legal service needs of low-income New Yorkers. Joining Judge Lippman will be Chief Administrative Judge Ann Pfau ...

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Man cleared of ’72 slaying facing federal charges

A 78-year-old man recently acquitted of bludgeoning to death a blind homemaker in upstate New York in 1972 will be charged in federal court with failure to register as a sex offender in Florida. Willie James Kimble, a twice-convicted sexual predator ...

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Court hearing for Buffalo mass shooting suspect

BUFFALO — Lawyers for a man charged with opening fire on a crowd outside a Buffalo restaurant will be in court over his statements to police. A hearing is scheduled to start Monday on whether high-school dropout Riccardo McCray understood his right ...

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