NYLitigator

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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

    Fall 2014

    A Message from the Chair
    By Paul D. Sarkozi

    Former Chair’s Column: In a Heartbeat
    By Mark C. Zauderer

    Presentation of the Robert L. Haig Award for Distinguished Public Service
    Presenter: Honorable Lewis A. Kaplan
    Award Recipient: Honorable Robert S. Smith

    New York State Bar Association Commercial and Federal Litigation Section Spring Meeting
    Dinner Speaker: Zachary W. Carter

    Is a Complex Commercial Appeal Different from All Others? The View from the Bench
    Moderator:
    Mark C. Zauderer
    Panel Members:
    Honorable Victoria Graffeo
    Honorable Helen Freedman
    Honorable Karla Moskowitz
    Honorable Karen Peters
    Honorable Thomas Dickerson
    Honorable Barbara Kapnick
    Honorable Barry Cozier

    Oil in the Joints or Monkey Wrench in the Gears: Deferred and Non-Prosecution Agreements in Antitrust Cases

    By the New York State Bar Association Commercial and Federal Litigation Section Antitrust Committee

    Arbitration Dos and Don’ts for the Trial Lawyer

    By Richard L. Mattiaccio

    Models for Use of Mediation in E-Discovery
    By Steven C. Bennett

    Piercing the Corporate Veil
    By Barry A. Wadler

    The views expressed in the articles in this publication are not endorsed by the Commercial and Federal Litigation Section, unless so indicated.