By Stewart Bishop (January 2, 2015, 3:13 PM EST) -- Enforcement actions over corruption in Albany, expected litigation over New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's decision to ban hydraulic fracturing, and a challenge of a ruling that limits the in-house attorney-client privilege will headline the cases New York lawyers will be eyeing closely in 2015.
Here's a rundown of these and other cases of interest taking place in the Empire State this year:
Coming Challenges to New York's Fracking Ban
The long-awaited December decision by the administration of Gov. Cuomo to ban hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, over potential health and environmental risks posed by the controversial drilling technique sent shockwaves around the...
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