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Case opinion for NY Supreme Court MOKAY v. Frederick J. Neroni, Appellant.. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw.
ORDER - That Neroni shall, within fourteen (14) days of the date of this Order, show cause, in writing, why he should not be enjoined from any further filings in the Northern District of New York without leave of the Chief Judge.
Last Thursday, Frederick J. Neroni, a lawyer who runs a law office in Delhi, was stripped of his law license by a five-judge panel of the Third Judicial Department of the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court for "fraudulent conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice."In its order, which you can read below, the judges wrote ...
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MEMORANDUM DECISION and ORDER LAWRENCE E. KAHN District Judge. I. INTRODUCTION Plaintiff Frederick J. Neroni commenced this action...20140512572
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In Re Frederick J. Neroni, Appellant. Case No. 14-4765 I hereby certify under the penalty of perjury that my Appellant's Brief contains 5,968
Plaintiff Frederick J. Neroni commenced this action against defendants Carl F. Becker, “in his individual capacity and in his official
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION _____ In the Matter of the Alleged ... Frederick Neroni served an affirmation dated May 18, 2006 in
This is a motion by plaintiff seeking "[t]o vacate all orders of Judge Becker against adverse [sic] to Plaintiff and his counsel based on new evidence of retaliation across several court proceedings by Judge Becker against Plaintiff Frederick J. Neroni and his counsel and spouse Tatiani Neroni ...