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    The NYLitigator features peer-written substantive articles relating to the practice of commercial and federal litigation on various topics, including discovery; mediation; settlements; corporate liability; and due process. Section Reports, written by various Commercial and Federal Litigation Committees, are often featured in each issue. Edited by Teresa M. Bennett, Esq., the NYLitigator is published by the Commercial and Federal Litigation Section and distributed to Section Members free of charge.

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  • Table of Contents Current Issue

    Spring 2014

    A Message from the Chair
    By Gregory Arenson

    Presentation of the Stanley H. Fuld Award for Outstanding Contributions to Commercial Law and Litigation
    Award Presenter: Hon. Jack B. Weinstein
    Award Recipient Hon. Shira A. Scheindlin

    Report on District Court Review of Magistrate Judges’ Reports and Recommendations: Should Arguments Not Previously Made to the Magistrate Judge Be Considered?

    Privilege Logs for the New Millennium
    By Melissa A. Crane and Robert L. Becker

    Void Versus Voidable Contracts: The Subtle Distinction that Can Affect Good-Faith Purchasers’ Title to Goods
    By Melissa Yang

    Federal False Claims Act and SEC Whistleblower Program Practice Points

    By Hon. Margaret J. Finerty and Richard J. Dircks

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