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NYLJ: Rule Would Address Campaign Donations and Case Assignments

Rule Would Address Campaign Donations and Case Assignments

Joel Stashenko New York Law Journal
February 14, 2011
ALBANY – Attorneys who have contributed $2,500 or more and firms that have donated $3,500 or more to judicial candidates would be barred for two years from appearing before those judges under a new rule Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman will outline this week. The chief judge said in an interview that he would unveil the new requirement during his 2011 State of the Judiciary address at the Court of Appeals in Albany on Tuesday. Judge Lippman, who said he had the authority to impose the rule on his own, noted that court administrators have been considering the new rules since the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Caperton v. A.T. Massey Coal Co., 129 U.S. 2252 (2009). In that ruling, a 5-4 Court held that a West Virginia Supreme Court judge should have recused himself because he had received large campaign contributions from executives of a coal company in a case before him.
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