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Columbians to study latest in complex electronic discovery decisions

Downtown
When the Columbian Lawyers Association of Brooklyn, led by President Bruno Codispoti, kick off their new year, it will be at Nino’s Restaurant on Staten Island the evening of Jan. 8, where they will dine in style and then benefit from a timely CLE-accredited program. … Full Article
 

Obit: Robert J. Berkin, banker, dies at 96

Bushwick
Robert J. Berkin, who worked his entire career with the Roosevelt Savings Bank, originally based in Northern Brooklyn, died Dec. 29, 2012 in New York, N.Y. after a brief illness.   … Full Article
 

Discrimination lawsuit against OCA dismissed

Downtown
A Manhattan court officer who filed a discrimination lawsuit against her employer and other court personnel has voluntarily dismissed all claims and withdrew her action.   … Full Article
 

NYC bracing for possible school bus strike

Downtown
New York City Schools Chancellor Dennis M. Walcott warned again on Sunday of the possibility of a school bus driver strike this week, and encouraged families to prepare alternative transportation plans.
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Brooklyn Bookbeat: Find out 'How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes' at BookCourt

Cobble Hill
Wouldn't it be nice to be able to remember where you left your glasses, or whether you turned off the stove?  Even if you've never aspired to be a detective, on more than one occasion you've probably wished you could sharpen your memory and problem solving skills.  Now, following Sherlock H … Full Article
 

Subs help Nets beats Kings for 3rd straight win

Downtown
After a long night and a short turnaround, the Brooklyn Nets' starters needed help Saturday. MarShon Brooks, Andray Blatche and Mirza Teletovic provided enough to wrap this one up by halftime. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Bookbeat: Brooklyn writer's debut novel explores life, love, and advertising

Fort Greene
When we think of the advertising business, many of us conjure an outdated Mad Men-like scene, replete with dark drama fueled by a constant supply of alcohol. Certainly, advertising today can be sexy -- but day-to-day, is it really as fascinating as we imagine?
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Brooklyn charities raised millions for Sandy relief

Red Hook
Brooklyn charitable organizations’ response to Hurricane Sandy, made in response to a survey sent out by the state Attorney General’s Charities Bureau, were made public Friday by the state Attorney General’s Office. … Full Article
 

Two Trees: What should we do with Domino Sugar lot?

Williamsburg
Two Trees is seeking community input on how to develop the Domino Sugar site it purchased in October, Brownstoner reports. … Full Article
 

Check out DUMBO street and plaza plans at a public workshop on January 8

DUMBO
Channel your inner urban planner at a DUMBO Public Design Workshop on Tuesday, Jan 8 at Etsy Labs (55 Washington Street). … Full Article
 

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