One on One (General Practice Section Newsletter)

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    The General Practice Section Publication (One on One) features peer-written substantive articles about current issues facing the general practitioner, and provides updates on Section activities and ethics opinions. Edited by Martin Minkowitz, Richard Klass and Matthew N. Bobrow, One on One is published by the General Practice Section and distributed to Section Members free of charge.

    One on One is published as a benefit for members of the General Practice Section and is copyrighted by the New York State Bar Association. The copying, reselling, duplication, transferring, reproducing, reusing, retaining or reprinting of this publication is strictly prohibited without permission. © New York State Bar Association. All rights reserved. ISSN 0733-639X (print) ISSN 1933-8422 (online)

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    SPRING 2016

    Message from the Chair
    (Emily Franchina)

    From the Co-Editors
    (Richard Klass, Martin Minkowitz and Matthew Bobrow)

    Letter to the Editor: Expand Federal Civil Rights Jurisdiction

    (Sanford Rubenstein)

    The Common-Law Public Documents Exception to the Hearsay Rule, Although Helpful, Is Burdensome
    (Terrence L. Tarver)

    New York’s Proposed Aid-in-Dying Bill: What You Should Know
    (Anthony Enea)

    Third-Party Settlement Under the Workers’ Compensation Law and Attorney Fees
    (Martin Minkowitz)

    ERISA: An Overview
    (Lilah Loughran)

    Book Review: Commercial Litigation in New York State Courts
    (Reviewed by Richard A. Klass)

    Piercing the LLC Veil Under New York Law
    (Stuart B. Newman and Tyler Silvey)

    In Memoriam: Judge Judith Kaye: How to Stay Motivated: Take a Minute to Remember
    (Matthew Bobrow)

    How to Plan for a Special Needs Spouse or Child During Divorce
    (Gary E. Vegliante and Alina Vengerov)

    Scenes from the General Practice Section and Committee on Professional Discipline Annual Meeting Program

    Ethics Opinions 1053-1065