Christopher Stracco was mentioned in the article, "NJ Justices Say Town's Sewer Policy Stymies Development," in Law360 for representing Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp. in a New Jersey Supreme Court case that concluded that a state appellate court erred by reversing a trial court's order requiring the New Jersey township of Readington to undertake a critical review of unused sewer capacity to determine if the town could meet the needs of a developer, 388 Route 22 Readington. Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp. holds 44 percent of the unused capacity, and eight other contract holders that had unused allotments, according to the opinion.
Judge Christopher Droney (ret.) and Matthew Austin co-authored the article, "The Investigation and Enforcement Landscape Under the Garland Department of Justice," for the New York Law Journal.
Michael Furey authored the article, "Joint Representations: A Blessing or a Curse?" for the New Jersey Law Journal.
On December 17, Judge Christopher Droney served as a panelist for the Federal Bar Council webinar, "Remote Proceedings Update."
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James Rotondo and Andrew Ammirati co-authored the article, "Ohio: 'Control' determines whether Amazon is subject to strict liability," for Westlaw Today.
Judge Christopher Droney, former Second Circuit Judge was interviewed by Westlaw Today's Alison Frankel about the role of politics in judges' decisions about stepping down, how courts treat senior judges and his own experience since he has left the court.
Christina Livorsi was quoted in the Reuters Legal article, "NY high court revives foreclosure actions, clarifies law."
Chase T. Rogers was quoted in the Law360article, "4 Key Points in Conn. Judiciary's Proposal On Juries & Race."
Judge Christopher Droney authored, "A Judge's Tips for Arguing Remote Appeals in the Second Circuit," for the Connecticut Law Tribune's online publication, Law.com.
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