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Why Join the Commercial and Federal Litigation Section?
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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.
Committee on State Court Counsel
The purpose of the Committee on State Court Counsel is to provide support for attorneys who work within the state courts, and improve communication between the commercial bar and those attorneys within the court system. The Committee develops and promotes legal education programs that deal specifically with commercial issues. Since the inception of the Commercial Division Law Clerkship Program, the Committee has also taken an active role with the Commercial Division Law Clerks, focusing on being a resource for them both in terms of professional assistance during their clerkships, and in their post-clerkship employment efforts. The Committee also solicits suggestions from both the bench and the bar on ways in which attorneys in the court system can better serve the legal community.
Committee on Creditors' Rights & Bankruptcy Litigation
The mission of the Committee on Creditors' Rights and Banking Litigation is to contribute to the development of law and practice in the area of financial litigation by providing a forum where views on novel issues in this area can be exchanged and by helping to develop the expertise of practitioners through providing CLE programs dealing with loan transactional litigation and commercial bankruptcy.