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Municipal Lawyer

2018 | Vol. 32 | No. 1


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Message from the Chair
(Richard K. Zuckerman)

Government Ethics Quiz

Letter from the Editors
(Prof. Rodger Citron, Prof. Michael Lewyn and Michael Spinelli)

U.S. Supreme Court Delivers a Big Victory for State and Local Governments in Murr v. State of Wisconsin
(John Echeverria)

Join a Local and State Government Law Section Committee

Notice of Claim Requirements: A Survey of Recent Court of Appeals Decisions

(James D. Bilik)

Lexjac, LLC v. Inc. Village of Muttontown: Second Circuit Clarifies Key Elements of N.Y. Gen. Mun. Law Art. 18
(Steven Leventhal)

Ancient Streets: Creation of the Implied Easement
(Kristen M. Motel)

New Legislation on Sexual Harassment Will Significantly Affect the Handling of These Cases for Municipalities
(Kristin Klein Wheaton)

Book Review:
Why Commercial Litigation in New York State Courts, 4th Edition, Belongs in Your Library

(Review by Linda S. Kingsley)

The Local and State Government Law Section Committees and Chairs

The Local and State Government Law Section Welcomes New Members

The Local and State Government Law Section Co-Editors

The Local and State Government Law Section Officers






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The Municipal Lawyer features peer-written, substantive articles relating to the practice of municipal law on various topics including land use, zoning, ethics, and environmental issues. Edited by Prof. Rodger Citron and Prof. Mike Lewyn, the Municipal Lawyer is a publication of the Local and State Government Law Section of the New York State Bar Association. It is published quarterly and distributed to Section members free of charge.

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