Commercial and Federal Litigation Section Newsletter

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    winter 2017

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    Message from the Chair (Mitchell J. Katz)

    Interview:
    From Public Service to a Top Law Firm: How Kevin Smith Became a Prominent Litigator for a Top Law Firm at the Heart of Manhattan
    Interview by Andrews Alves-Barros

    Safeguarding Against Cyber Attack

    Jamilia Moore

    September 7, 2017, Section Executive Committee Meeting

    Chris Donati

    The Section’s District Leaders

    Event Photos from the Shira A. Scheindlin Award for Excellence in the Courtroom and the Honorable Judith Kaye Commercial and Federal Litigation Scholarship Award

    Social Media CLE Panel September 2017 Highlights
    Chelsea Gonzalez

    CPLR Amendments: 2017 Legislative Session

    2017 Amendments to the Uniform Rules for Supreme and County Courts, Rules Governing Appeals, and Certain Other Rules of Interest to Civil Litigators

    Proposed Rules of Interest to Civil Litigators

    Join a Commercial and Federal Litigation Section Committee

    The Commercial and Federal Litigation Section Welcomes New Members

    Section Committees and Chairs


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    The Commercial and Federal Litigation Section Newsletter features updates on Section activities, programs and events; recent legislation; and information about current issues. Edited by Prof. Mark L. Davies, the Commercial and Federal Litigation Section Newsletter is published three times per year by the Commercial and Federal Litigation Section and distributed to Section members free of charge.

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