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Monday, April 28, 2008

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Officials Named in NY Judges' Suit Demanding Pay Raise Lawyer Up
The New York Law Journal by Daniel Wise and Joel Stashenko - April 28, 2008

All three officials named as defendants in Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye's lawsuit to compel an increase in judicial salaries have retained counsel, it was learned Friday. Governor David A. Paterson and Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, D-Manhattan, have retained Richard H. Dolan, a former Eastern District prosecutor.

Separately, Senate Majority Leader Joseph Bruno, R-Brunswick, has hired David L. Lewis, who is on the Senate Republican counsel's staff and is also a partner at Lewis & Fiore. Mr. Dolan, a founding member of 16-lawyer Schlam, Stone & Dolan, said he has never met either Mr. Paterson or Mr. Silver, and was hired by Mr. Paterson's counsel, David Nocenti, without being interviewed.

In addition to his latest assignment, Mr. Lewis represents the Senate Committee on Investigations and Government Operations in its litigation to obtain internal Spitzer administration records about efforts to use the State Police to discredit Mr. Bruno. Mr. Dolan, together with his partner, Harvey M. Stone, write the Law Journal's "Eastern District Roundup" column.

3 comments:

court employee said...

I want ring side! This I cannot miss!

the sleuth said...

the dis-honorable Judge Judith Kaye has now set-up her own and all of her minions downfall. It's about time they left the premises so the whole area can be fumigated.

disgusted said...

Judge Kaye and all the other Judges that have joined her are the real criminals. Gov. Patterson should fire them all and appointed new honest Judges.

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