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Partners Harvey Stone and Richard Dolan write the monthly Eastern District Roundup column in the New York Law Journal. The column summarizes notable decisions issued by the judges of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York. The firm’s lawyers publish elsewhere in the New York Law Journal and for the Federal Bar Council.
November 9, 2001
Published in: New York Law Journal | volume 226
Written by: Peter R. Schlam and Harvey M. Stone

On Sentencing Guidelines, Jurisdiction and Discrimination

This column reports on several significant, representative decisions handed down recently in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York. The cases covered issues as follows: sentencing guidelines, acquitted conduct; jurisdiction, state antitrust claims with patent issues; and discrimination, failure to accommodate.

October 18, 2001
Published in: New York Law Journal | volume 226
Written by: Peter R. Schlam and Harvey M. Stone

On Compelling Discovery Of Materials From An Internal Investigation

This column reports on several significant, representative decisions handed down recently in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York. Subject matter and issues included the following: compelling discovery of materials from an employer's internal investigation, deciding whether an injury to a police officer's heel is a disability under the Americans With Disabilities Act and deciding remedies available to a contractor under the Miller Act.

October 1, 2001
Published in: Federal Bar Council News | volume VIII, No. 4

FBC News: Federal Sentencing After Booker

Several months ago, the Honorable Leo B. Strine, Vice Chancellor of the Court of Chancery of Delaware, issued a decision ordering chicken producer Tyson Foods Inc., to go through with a merger with meat packer IBP Inc. The merger agreement between Tyson and IBP had resulted from a fierce auction for IBP between Tyson and Smithfield Foods, a pork producer. Judge Strine's decision shocked the business and legal communities because relations between Tyson and IBP had become acrimonious and distrustful.

September 21, 2001
Published in: New York Law Journal | volume 226
Written by: eter R. Schlam and Harvey M. Stone

On Deportation, Title VII and Religious Discrimination

This column reports on several significant, representative decisions handed down recently in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York. Issues covered include: deportation, Title VII and religious discrimination.

August 10, 2001
Published in: New York Law Journal | volume 226
Written by: Peter R. Schlam and Harvey M. Stone

Key Holdings Involve Hostile Work Environments, Expert’s Fees

This column reports on several significant, representative decisions handed down recently in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York. Topics include: hostile work environments, expert's fees and fair debt collection practices.

July 13, 2001
Published in: New York Law Journal | volume 226
Written by: Peter R. Schlam and Harvey M. Stone

On Peremptory Challenges, Rehabilitation, Psychological Testing

This column reports on several significant, representative decisions handed down recently in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York. Topics include the following: peremptory challenges, the Social Options Rehabilitation Service program, compelled psychological testing and pension-plan withdrawal liability.

June 8, 2001
Published in: New York Law Journal | volume 225
Written by: Peter R. Schlam and Harvey M. Stone

On Enhanced Sentences, Search And Seizure, The Sherman Act

This column reports on several significant, representative decisions handed down recently in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York. Issues covered include: enhanced sentences, search and seizure, the Sherman Act and forum selection.

April 13, 2001
Published in: New York Law Journal | volume 225
Written by: Peter R. Schlam and Harvey M. Stone

From Resource Conservation And Recovery Act To Proffer Agreements

This column reports on several significant, representative decisions handed down recently in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York. The first involves the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976.

March 20, 2001
Published in: New York Law Journal | volume 225
Written by: Peter R. Schlam and Harvey M. Stone

From Consular Relations To The Uniformed Services Employment Act

This column reports on several significant, representative decisions handed down recently in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York. The cases include issues related to the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations and the First Amenement

February 9, 2001
Published in: New York Law Journal | volume 225
Written by: Peter R. Schlam and Harvey M. Stone

Case Law: Americans With Disabilities Act, Gender Discrimination

This column reports on several significant, representative decisions handed down recently in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York; among the topics covered were Americans with disabilities, gender discrimination, and child abduction.