New Jersey Law Journal / October 2013

Cashing In on Crime: Whose Right Is It To Profit?

There are always high-profile criminal cases in the news. O.J. Simpson, Casey Anthony, George Zimmerman and Jodi Arias have all captured the attention of the national media and the public. As these cases develop, we often learn that the accused has received offers from publishers, television networks and movie studios to tell his or her story for a large sum of money. Can these individuals keep the money, potentially ...

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Ethan Bordman Named Winner of Lawline’s Faculty Award

At the third annual Faculty Awards Event, I was one of five attorneys honored for their contributions to continuing legal education.  The event was held on November 17, 2011 at the Union Square Ballroom here in New York City.  Lawline acknowledged five attorneys in the following categories:

  • Actively Learning
  • Exuding Optimism
  • Driven to Find a Better Way
  • Seeking Creative Solutions
  • Taking Time to Help Others

In October 2011, ...

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