Commercial and Federal Litigation Section
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The Executive Committee consists of the Section’s current officers, the Section’s Delegates to the Association’s House of Delegates, the Chairs of each of the Section’s Committees, and other members in good standing of the Section and the Association as appointed by the Executive Committee to serve in an at-large capacity.
Committee on Commercial Division
Commercial Division Committee acts as liaison between the bar and the Commercial Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York. It promotes communication between the bench and the bar concerning the Commercial Division, and has helped shape the development of the Commercial Division since its inception in New York and Monroe Counties, and subsequent expansion to other counties throughout the State.
Commercial Division Law Report Committee
The Commercial Division Law Report Committee consists of members of the New York State Bar Association's Commercial and Federal Litigation Section who strive to advance New York's role as a leader in business transactions and commercial law by working closely with the Commercial Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, the Office of Court Administration and the NYSBA's Committee on the Commercial Division to provide critical resources and discussion fora for commercial law practitioners.
Committee on White Collar Criminal Litigation
The White Collar Criminal Litigation Committee seeks (1) to educate its members about important developments in federal and state criminal law and related regulatory matters (2) to provide a forum for members to share questions and experiences; and (3) to encourage discussion between the white collar bar and the regulators concerning a range of issues, from trends in enforcement to the impact of new judicial decisions or congressional activity. From time to time, the Committee studies and make recommendations on legal, ethical and policy issues of importance to the white collar bar in New York State.