NY Code - Article 15: ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS

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  • Section 460 Examination and admission of attorneys
  • Section 460-A Disclosure with respect to loans made or guaranteed by the New York state higher education services corporation
  • Section 460-B Applications for special arrangements
  • Section 461 Compensation of state board of law examiners; appointment and compensation of employees
  • Section 462 Annual account by state board of law examiners
  • Section 463 Times and places of examinations
  • Section 464 Certification by state board of successful candidates
  • Section 465 Fee for examinations and for credential review for admission on motion; disposition; refunds; funds
  • Section 466 Attorney's oath of office
  • Section 467 Registration of attorneys
  • Section 468 Official registration of attorneys to be kept by the chief administrator of the courts
  • Section 468-A Biennial registration of attorneys
  • Section 468-B Clients' security fund of the state of New York
  • Section 469 Continuance where attorney is member of legislature
  • Section 470 Attorneys having offices in this state may reside in adjoining state
  • Section 471 Attorney who is judge's partner or clerk prohibited from practicing before him or in his court
  • Section 472 Attorney who is surrogate's parent or child prohibited from practicing berfore him
  • Section 473 Constables, coroners, criers and attendants prohibited from practicing during term of office
  • Section 474 Compensation of attorney or counsellor
  • Section 474-A Contingent fees for attorneys in claims or actions for medical, dental or podiatric malpractice
  • Section 474-B Attorney retainer statements
  • Section 475 Attorney's lien in action, special or other proceeding
  • Section 475-A If prior to the commencement of an action, special or other proceeding, an attorney serves a notice of lien upon the person or persons against whom his client has or may have a claim or cause of action, the attorney has a lien upon the claim or cause of action from the time such notice is given, which attaches to a verdict, report, determination, decision or final order in his client's favor of any court or of any state, municipal or federal department, except a department of labor, and to any money or property which may be recovered on account of such claim or cause of action in whatever hands they may come; and the lien cannot be affected by any settlement between the parties after such notice of lien is given
  • Section 476 Action against attorney for lending his name in suits and against person using name
  • Section 476-A Action for unlawful practice of the law
  • Section 476-B Injunction to restrain defendant from unlawful practice of the law
  • Section 476-C Investigation by the attorney-general
  • Section 477 Settlement of actions for personal injury
  • Section 478 Practicing or appearing as attorney-at-law without being admitted and registered
  • Section 479 Soliciting business on behalf of an attorney
  • Section 480 Entering hospital to negotiate settlement or obtain release or statement
  • Section 481 Aiding, assisting or abetting the solicitation of persons or the procurement of a retainer for or on behalf of an attorney
  • Section 482 Employment by attorney of person to aid, assist or abet in the solicitation of business or the procurement through solicitation of a retainer to perform legal services
  • Section 483 Signs advertising services as attorney at law
  • Section 484 None but attorneys to practice in the state
  • Section 485 Violation of certain preceding sections a misdemeanor
  • Section 486 Practice of law by attorney who has been disbarred, suspended, or convicted of a felony
  • Section 486-A Conviction for felony of person who is an attorney and counselor at law; notice thereof to be given by clerk to appropriate appellate division of the supreme court
  • Section 487 Misconduct by attorneys
  • Section 488 Buying demands on which to bring an action
  • Section 489 Purchase of claims by corporations or collection agencies
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  • Section 491 Sharing of compensation by attorneys prohibited
  • Section 492 Use of attorney's name by another
  • Section 493 Attorneys forbidden to defend criminal prosecutions carried on by their partners, or formerly by themselves
  • Section 494 Attorneys may defend themselves
  • Section 495 Corporations and voluntary associations not to practice law
  • Section 496 An organization described in subdivision seven of section four hundred ninety-five of this article shall file with the appellate division department in which its principal office is located a statement describing the nature and purposes of the organization, the composition of its governing body, the type of legal services being made available, and the names and addresses of any attorneys and counselors-at-law employed by the organization or with whom commitments have been made
  • Section 497 Attorneys fiduciary funds; interest-bearing accounts
  • Section 498 Professional referrals
  • Section 499 Lawyer assistance committees