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Scott Fein, partner, and Claiborne Walthall, associate, attorneys at Whiteman Osterman & Hanna, contributed and edited the recent publication entitled:  Protections in the New York State Constitution Beyond the Federal Bill of Rights.  The New York State Constitution protects individual rights in many ways the U.S. Constitution does not. This publication illustrates some of the ways in which certain rights are more expansively protected – while other rights are recognized in [...]

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A commentary written by Whiteman Osterman & Hanna immigration attorney L.J. D'Arrigo was published in the April 27 edition of the Albany Times Union.  The commentary focused on reforming immigration job laws to ease the burden on employers who hire foreign workers. Please click here to download the full commentary

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Whiteman Osterman & Hanna has announced two new partners: Robert Rosborough and Robert Stout, and Of Counsel Michelle Kennedy. Robert Rosborough joined Whiteman Osterman & Hanna as an associate in 2010 after completing a clerkship at the New York Court of Appeals. Mr. Rosborough’s practice focuses on appellate, civil, administrative, environmental, and employment litigation, including extensive experience in CPLR Article 78 proceedings, land use and zoning matters, including [...]

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Michael and Margery Whiteman were recently honored at the Excelsior College's Partners in Lifelong Learning Celebration for their active participation in the Capital Region community for 50 years.  Michael Whiteman has served as an officer or director of organization such as the Albany Institute of History & Art, the Albany Symphony, the Government Law Center at the Albany Law School, the Historic Albany Foundation, Independent Defense Commission, and WMHT Educational [...]

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WOH attorney Robert Rosborough was quoted in a recent article in the National Law Journal on whether the Fourth Circuit should livestream arguments in the travel ban appeals.  Please click here for the full article.

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