The two men most likely to throw their hats in the ring for Brooklyn Borough President during the primaries in June have both raised enough funds to push them past the million-dollar mark. … Full Article
By Paula Katinas
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Sunset Park’s architecture, which includes blocks of rowhouses built for working class families at the turn of the last century, has drawn the attention of a citywide preservation group.
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Next Inn panel confronts daily ethical challenges
Each and every day, the active practitioner is confronted with ethical challenges of surprising variety in dealing with clients, witnesses, opponents, jurors and, often, the media. … Full Article
The New York City Health Department recently placed a restrictive regulation on the religious tradition, requiring parents to provide actual consent prior to the performance of a particular type of circumcision that is common in the ultra-Orthodox community, and a Manhattan judge agreed. … Full Article