By Scott Eidler | Newsday Nassau County will appeal a ruling by a state Supreme Court justice that a $355 fee to verify a property’s section, block and lot is “an unlawful and unconstitutional tax.” If the fee is struck down, the impact on county finances could be far-reaching. The […]
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Elite school that teaches Tom Brady’s son ‘failed to stop pedophile teacher’ By Kathianne Boniello – NY Post Peter Defeo III remembers the moment, 50 years ago, when he thought his real-life nightmare would end. He was alone at Manhattan’s prestigious Saint David’s School with teacher Robert Ludlow, as Ludlow […]
No matter how significantly COVID-19 has changed manner in which elder law is practiced (shuttered courthouses, self-isolation, remote computing and video conferencing), the substantive law changes during this period have been even more momentous. By Daniel G. Fish No matter how significantly COVID-19 has changed manner in which elder law […]
By Shannon Mallard – The GW Hatchet Title IX experts said officials are not likely to adopt the stricter sanctions for sexual assault called for in a petition posted late last month. Sophomore Abby Canning, the petition’s author, urged officials to suspend assailants until survivors graduate and impose harsher penalties […]
Advance directives are documents that express an individual’s health care wishes. ACTEC Fellows Daniel G. Fish and Tara Anne Pleat define and discuss end-of-life advance medical directives including a Living Will, Healthcare Proxy, medical orders (MOLST & POLST), and Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) orders.