Mitchell Pashkin

AMEX Cannot Force Merchants To Waiver Class Action Rights

New York's highest federal court has ruled that American Express cannot enforce a clause in its agreements with businesses that require them to waive their rights to participate in class actions against them…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts

Irreconcilable Differences Divorce Comes To New York

Was it always true that irreconcilable differences were enough to get a divorce in New York? Before October 2010, could you always get divorced if your spouse did not consent? Were there cases where a person had no ability to…more
| Family Law

New York's New No-Fault Divorce Law

Does New York’s new no-fault divorce law now automatically allow New Yorker’s to get divorced based on irreconcilable differences even if their spouse refuses to consent? No, it is not automatic. Why is it…more
| Family Law
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