- n. historical The Dutch colonial settlement that later became New York City.
- n. a settlement established by the Dutch near the mouth of Hudson River and the southern end of Manhattan Island; annexed by the English in 1664 and renamed New York
“I am representing our client New Amsterdam Bank & Trust in a lawsuit against Hanover &”
“New Amsterdam Bank & Trust v Hanover & Stiver — 4 1/2 hours (depositions)”
“The money from the Hanover settlement had been safely wired into a New Amsterdam account and he'd endured Lloyd Hanover's relentless glare and potshots at lawyers throughout the closing.”
“At counsel tables like the one at which he now sat Mitchell Reece studied the courtroom around him, where the opening volley in New Amsterdam Bank & Trust, Ltd v Hanover & Stiver,”
“Thom Sebastian sat back in his office chair, pushing aside the documents he'd been working on all morning, a revolving credit agreement for New Amsterdam Bank.”
“Every single aspect of the case — the civil trial of New Amsterdam Bank & Trust, Ltd v Hanover & Stiver, Inc — was contained in a complicated series of lists, which Reece was constantly reviewing and editing in his mind.”
“Taylor had spent most of the day at Hubbard, White, poring over records of the New Amsterdam Bank v Hanover & Stiver case, trying to find a reference to anyone who might have shown unusual interest in the promissory note or who'd requested files on the deal when there didn't seem to be a reason for them to do so.”
“She then asked, "Did you bring copies of the time sheet summaries from the New Amsterdam v. Hanover & Stiver case?”
“Bradford Smith had been admitted to the New York and federal bars and currently practiced at a Midtown firm, which didn't, however, seem to have any connection to Hanover & Stiver or New Amsterdam Bank.”
“Taylor had spent the day looking through documents on the New Amsterdam Bank v. Hanover &”
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