Michael H. Ansell, Esq., an attorney with Ansell Grimm & Aaron, P.C., has recently been quoted in the New York Law Journal, New Jersey Law Journal and the Brooklyn Eagle in regard to the ongoing case of Schoenefeld v. State of New York. The lawsuit challenges New York State’s long-standing requirement that attorneys who reside outside of New York State must maintain a physical office in New York State in order to practice in New York State Courts, while attorneys who reside in New York State have no such requirement. Mr. Ansell is a non-resident attorney who practices law in New York and joined an amicus brief filed with the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit by the Georgetown University Law Center’s Institute for Public Representation. Mr. Ansell joined the amicus brief in support of the position that the distinction between resident and non-resident attorneys is unconstitutional.
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