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  • Business Law 2014 Spring Meeting
    Business Law Section Spring Meeting - May 12, 2014, NYC Free Committee programs for Section members! Click image for details.
  • Business Law Section Diversity - Photo 2
    Welcome to the Business Law Section! Business Law committees give a view into the "law within business law," in areas of Banking, Bankruptcy, Franchise, Securities, Technology, and more. Get involved today! (Click image for details)
  • Events
    • May 12: Business Law Section Spring Meeting

      Harvard Club of New York City (35 W. 44th Street)
      Committee programs (morning) | Section reception and luncheon (Noon-1:45pm)

      Join with fellow business law practitioners for the Business Law Section’s Spring Meeting, May 12, 2014 (Monday) at the Harvard Club of New York City (35 W. 44th Street). Committee programs are free to Business Law Section members, with a $25 fee for lunch.

      The following Committees of the Business Law Section will hold programs in the morning, followed by a Section reception and luncheon:

      • Banking Law
      • Bankruptcy Law
      • Legislative Affairs
      • Private Investment Funds
      • Technology and Venture Law

      All Section members are welcome to attend the Committee programs, but space is limited, and pre-registration is required. The meetings and luncheon are scheduled to conclude by 1:45pm. All committees meet concurrently, except for the Legislative Affairs Committee (see below for program start times). The luncheon also features a presentation on using NYSBA's new private, online professional communities.

      Cost: Business Law Section members
      Committee programs: Free
      Reception and Luncheon: $25

      Non-Section Member Cost: Committee programs $30, Reception and Luncheon $75.
      Not a member of the Business Law Section? NYSBA members can join for $25. Join here. 

      View Details and Register


    • Save the Date! Business Law Section Fall Meeting

      Save the Date!
      September 10 - 12, 2014
      Equinox Golf Resort and Spa in Manchester, VT

      Save the Date and look for Registration Materials in the coming months.

  • Committees

    Committees that Enhance Your Expertise

    Business Law Section committees address unique issues facing attorneys, the profession and the public. Committees allow you to network with other business law attorneys from across the state, and give you the opportunity to research issues and influence the laws that can affect your practice. Committees are also an outstanding way to achieve professional recognition.

    Banking Law Committee
    Bankruptcy Law Committee
    Corporations Law Committee
    Derivatives and Structured Products Law Committee
    Diversity Committee
    Franchise, Distribution and Licensing Law Committee
    Insurance Law Committee
    Legislative Affairs Committee
    Public Utility Law Committee
    Securities Regulation Committee
    Technology and Venture Law Committee

    Join a Committee

    Committee membership is a free benefit of Business Law Section membership. If you are a current Section member, you may join one or more committees by emailing your request to businesslaw@nysba.org.

    If you are not yet a Section member, you may join the Business Law Section here


  • NY Business Law Journal

    NY Business Law Journal

    View the Latest NY Business Law Journal

    The NY Business Law Journal features peer-written substantive articles relating to the practice of business law. It is designed to provide practice-oriented insight and guidance relevant to the business law practitioner, with special emphasis on lawyers who practice in the State of New York. Edited by David L. Glass (Editor-in-Chief) and Prof. James D. Redwood (Managing Editor), the NY Business Law Journal is published twice per year by the Business Law Section and distributed to Section Members free of charge.

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  • Coming Soon!

    Coming Soon! Professional Online Private Communities

    We are pleased to announce that the Business Law Section will soon offer a professional online private community—for Business Law Section members only.

    NYSBA Communities offer a wide variety of options, ranging from traditional listserves to searchable directories, collaborative workspaces, member profiles and even mentoring tools.

    Stay tuned for details!