Jones Day lawyers contribute chapter to "Commercial Litigation in New York State Courts"

Jones Day lawyers Harold Gordon and Nina Yadava have authored a chapter for the recently released 5th edition of the well-regarded New York practice treatise, Commercial Litigation in New York State Courts. Their chapter, "Deceptive and Misleading Business Practices," comprehensively covers the subject matter, with particular attention to New York General Business Law Sections 349 and 350, the state's frequently litigated consumer protection provisions.

Published by Thompson Reuters with the assistance of the New York County Lawyers Association, Commercial Litigation in New York State Courts also includes chapters authored by New York appellate and trial level federal and state court judges, and leading practitioners in the Empire State's legal community.

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