New York

White-Collar Crime

Lawyer stole from cemetery so he could repay $1M he had stolen from clients, investigators say

Criminal Justice

NYC police to revise decoy purse operation to settle lawsuit

White-Collar Crime

Arguing lack of intent, lawyers seek dismissal of charges against former Dewey & LeBoeuf leaders

Securities Law

Employee of Wilson Sonsini is charged with insider trading; firm calls case ‘deeply disturbing’

Law Professors

Little-known law prof gets 34 percent of the vote in New York gubernatorial primary

Criminal Justice

Post-9/11 ‘Tour de Force’ bikes from Boston to DC to NYC to honor terrorism victims

Business of Law

4 top partners will exit NY law firm to establish new office for competitor

Women in the Law

BigLaw bankruptcy doesn’t have to be a man’s world, 5 female Weil Gotshal partners say in WSJ post

Trials & Litigation

Co-worker who texted juror about case gets reply text from judge

Criminal Justice

Bernard Goetz, so-called ‘subway vigilante’ of 1980s, wins dismissal of minor marijuana case

Criminal Justice

DA says smartphones should block texting behind wheel, wants insurance discounts for such devices

White-Collar Crime

Onetime law student Mathew Martoma gets 9 years in ‘most lucrative’ $275M insider-trading case

Criminal Justice

NYC will pay $41M to five men who served time in Central Park jogger case, but admits no liability

Constitutional Law

Former top NYC lawyer sues police department, says she was arrested for standing on a sidewalk

Law Firms

Growing military and federal employment boutique opens new San Diego office

Criminal Justice

Retired NYC cop takes plea in $27M disability-fraud case; ex-prosecutor is a claimed ringleader

Evidence

Trial observer who took photo of victim in high-profile case wins motion to suppress phone search

Trials & Litigation

Man exonerated by own research gets $13M for wrongful conviction in rabbi slaying

Trials & Litigation

Patent lawyer faces $5.9M malpractice suit over wrong bra-insert dimensions

Trials & Litigation

Provocation isn’t an excuse for lawyer’s F-word email, judge says