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Rob Rosborough
Husband, Father, Litigator || I write the New York Appeals blog at || || My opinions are my own.
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Joe Palmore 15h
Replying to @Jaime_ASantos
With Cate Stetson back in the news, I was reminded of this terrific interview she did on her appellate practice:
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Margaret Hannon Jun 18
“While at NYU Law, . . . there were no women professors, men dominated the classroom, and women were not allowed to live in the dormitory. Although the . . . Class of ‘62 numbered ~290, only 10 were women. Undeterred, Kaye finished 6th in her class.”
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Tom Precious 21h
With online sports betting legalization dead in NY Assembly, , bill sponsor in Senate, laments lost revenues & econ develop & bets lost to illegal market and places like New Jersey. "I am disappointed. It was within our grasp,'' he said.
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SenatorJoeAddabbo 23h
I have not witnessed a clear reason why NY can’t implement mobile sports betting this year. Just for the remainder of this fiscal year, we would be losing out on approximately $75 million in revenue, educational funding and both job creation and retention.
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SenatorJoeAddabbo 23h
NY will be stuck like a disabled car on the shoulder, while we allow an illegal sports betting business in our state thrive and idly watch other neighboring states pass us up with enormous revenue gains from mobile sports betting.
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SenatorJoeAddabbo 23h
NJ places it’s servers in Atlantic City for statewide mobile gaming to comply with its constitution, which we would do in NY with our licensed casinos to comply with our state constitution.
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Eric Lesh Jun 13
So profoundly moving to hear Judge Feinman talking about the critical role that the NY Court of Appeals played in LGBT equality. He now serves with distinction on that court.
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Barnard Alumnae Jun 14
A reflection on former chief judge of the Court of Appeals of NY Judith Kaye's '58 life and contribution to law has been compiled and published, emphasizing her lasting legacy to the New York Courts as both a reformer and a woman
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GoodCounselBook Jun 15
In honor of her book’s launch, a distinguished panel of Court of Appeals colleagues of the late Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye discuss her legacy of , concern for , specialty problem-solving an so much more .
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Rob Rosborough Jun 18
Replying to @CecereCarl
I wouldn’t take it any differently. You set the bar, Carl. We’re all just trying to jump over the same height as you.
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Albany Law School Jun 18
ICYMI: A big day at the NYS Capitol for 's Immigration Law Clinic, which was recognized on the floor of the Assembly for its life-changing work. Thanks to Assemblymember for applauding the made by Albany Law's students, staff & faculty.
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Daniel Wallach Jun 18
Just in case anyone in Albany is reading, I have laid out the reasons why the New York Constitution does not apply to mobile sports betting. Witness statement: Hearing testimony: (starts @ 2:53:35) Op-Ed:
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Dean Ouellette Jun 18
Many thanks to Assemblymember Marcos Crespo and the entire NYS Assembly for supporting and recognizing the life changing work of Albany Law’s Immigration Law Clinic.
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Daniel Wallach Jun 18
Update: New York Assemblyman has amended his mobile sports betting bill to match the minor changes made in the Senate version of the bill (approved yesterday), and the amended bill has been forwarded on to the Assembly’s Codes Committee.
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Daniel Wallach Jun 17
There is still a roadblock in the New York Assembly over the constitutionality of mobile sports betting. Not a good sign with just 2 days left in session. Quick, somebody send Assemblyman Heastie my legal opinion on why a ballot question is not required.
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Doug Nazarian Jun 17
This is good advice. We may once have been appellate brief writers, but now we are generalists—help us understand what you think we should do and why that is the better decision.
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Daniel Wallach Jun 17
Sign of progress in New York: A mobile sports betting bill - with betting kiosks at sports stadiums and arenas included - clears the New York Senate. The bill has been forwarded to the New York Assembly, which must also approve the bill before it can be sent to the Governor.
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Tom Precious Jun 17
New: NYS Assem Pretlow today intro'd bill that Empire Resorts (aka Resorts World Catskills) has been seeking for months: permission to open a VLT casino in Woodbury in Orange County. That's the county Cuomo admin rejected for any commercial casino sites several years ago.
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Rob Rosborough Jun 17
Ouch, that's rough.  Hope he feels better.
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