Cardozo Law is closed on Tuesday, January 27.
Students may use the lobby and have access to their lockers on Tuesday, January 27.
Jason L. Ederer joined the Goldberg Segalla LLP's Manhattan office, where he focuses his practice on professional liability, intellectual property, and sports and entertainment law.
Paula Lynn Miller married Eric Weil at BallenIsles Country Club in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Paula is a Kings County assistant district attorney.
John C. Gilson was elected a partner in the Charlotte, North Carolina firm Moore & Van Allen PLLC, an Am Law 200 firm with a nationally recognized reputation and one of the largest law firms in the Southeast. John practices in the areas of mezzanine finance, private equity and venture capital representing banks, institutional investors, hedge funds, BDCs, SBICs, private equity groups and sponsors in their buy-out, investment and finance transactions. John was also selected for inclusion to the 2013 North Carolina Rising Stars® list, which is included in the North Carolina Super Lawyers magazine.
Daniel D. Regan is running for the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Common Pleas Court. Daniel has been city solicitor under Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl since November 2009.
Orlee Goldfeld successfully argued that her client, Hank Morris, should be granted a new Parole Board hearing. State Supreme Court Justice Richard Mott said the board had not considered that Morris made full restitution of $19 million, lost his security industry licenses, has an unblemished prison record, was found at the lowest possible risk of committing another crime and has already served more than the board's guideline of 12 to 18 months.
Stephen A. Weiss successfully represented the whistleblower in a case that represented the first settlement under the New York False Claims Act since it was modified in 2010 to allow payments to whistleblowers in tax fraud cases. Stephen says, "settlement demonstrates how necessary and effective whistleblower laws are in uncovering small business fraud that may be known and visible only to company insiders." His client received $1.1 million.
Justice Dianne Renwick was nominated to the New York state Court of Appeals. Justice Renwick is currently an associate judge in the Appelate Division, having been appointed by former Gov. Paterson.