Richard St. Paul Has Been Recognized Among the Top in His Industry by the Expert Network – WAFB 9 (12/12 – Richard St. Paul is a graduate of Commonwealth Law School.
Prominent New York attorney Richard St. Paul picked to co-chair the American Israel Public Affairs Committee Connects board. Attorney Richard St. Paul, founder of the St. Paul Law Firm, was recently named co-chair of theAmerican Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) Connects board. The Connects board, designed to bridge relationships with members of the minority communities, will launch by providing free coding courses in New York City schools beginning in October 2017.
A digital age dispute over the privacy rights of cellphone customers left the Supreme Court on Wednesday seriously considering whether to curb law enforcement’s ability to track their movements.
At issue during 80 minutes of oral arguments was whether the Constitution’s Fourth Amendment requires a search warrant for the government to access a person’s cellphone location history. It is the latest foray by the justices into how laws should be tailored to keep up with technological advances.
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. Attorney Richard St. Paul, founder of the St. Paul Law Firm, was recently named to the Lawyers of Distinction, placing him in the top 10 percentile of lawyers throughout the country. Additionally, St. Paul has been named Outreach Person of the Year by the American Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).
“It’s an honor to join the ranks of those who have made significant contributions in the legal field. I am humbled to receive this award from AIPAC,” said St. Paul. “I am committed to fighting for justice, as well as giving back to the community. As hate remains prevalent, we must be even more vigilant and forge even tighter bonds with our allies to combat it.”
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — A lawyer’s tweet suggesting the GOP’s nominee for lieutenant governor could be a “spokesmodel for either Cream of Wheat, or Uncle Ben’s Rice” created controversy on Election Day for Democrats.
The lawyer, Andrew Barovick, later apologized and deleted the tweet. But first he accused the Republicans of faux outrage.
The original tweet, posted at 12:12 a.m. ET Tuesday said: “In light of election loss, @SheriffMoss mulling offers to be new spokesmodel for either Cream of Wheat, or Uncle Ben’s Rice.”