MEDIA

Publications

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.
April 14, 2000
Published in: New York Law Journal | volume 223
Written by: Peter R. Schlam and Harvey M. Stone

‘U.S. V. Bruder’: Three Police Officers And The Louima Incident

The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York recently handed down several significant, representative decisions including those covering issues such as: prior uncharged acts; the Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act; an antitrust class action settlement; and the statute of frauds. The details follow:

April 1, 2000
Published in: Federal Bar Council News | volume VII, No. 2

Judicial Sanctions: The Saga Of Judge McBryde

For the last five years, the Honorable John H. McBryde, United States District Judge for the Northern District of Texas, has battled with the Chief Judge of his district, the Fifth Circuit Judicial Council, and a Special Committee appointed by the Chief Judge over whether the Judicial Council has the power to investigate and sanction him, pursuant to the Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980, on account of his judicial conduct.

March 10, 2000
Published in: New York Law Journal | volume 223
Written by: Peter R. Schlam and Harvey M. Stone

The Tax Injunction Act And Other Matters

This column reports on significant, representative decisions handed down recently in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York addressing cases in tax law.

February 1, 2000
Published in: Federal Bar Council News | volume VII, No. 1

Judicial History: Judges’ Clerks As Judges

A number of judges in the Second Circuit have served as law clerks to other judges. Three of them recently shared their clerking experiences with the Federal Bar Council News, and compared their experiences with the experiences of their own clerks.

January 14, 2000
Published in: New York Law Journal | volume 223
Written by: Peter R. Schlam and Harvey M. Stone

Erasure Of Tapes; Discriminatory Motive

This column reports on several significant, representative decisions handed down recently in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York including a matter that turned on the way one party in a civil action handled material that could have provided important evidence.