NY Rule On In-State Law Offices Is Outdated, Justices Hear

By Lisa Ryan (February 17, 2015, 6:05 PM EST) -- A New Jersey attorney on Tuesday told the New York Court of Appeals that a Civil War-era requirement that nonresident, New York-admitted lawyers must keep an office in the state is archaic, since attorneys can easily be served documents electronically from any location....

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