Amicus brief submitted to the New York Court of Appeals in support of New York State judges' constitutional challenge to legislative failure to provide cost-of-living increases in judicial pay. The Court of Appeals ultimately held that the State Constitution's separation-of-powers principle was, indeed, violated by the legislative practice of refusing to consider judicial pay increases separate from increases in legislative pay, in Maron v. Silver, 14 N.Y.3d 230 (2010).
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