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  • proper n. The Dutch colonial settlement that later became New York City.

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  • 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

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  • I am representing our client New Amsterdam Bank & Trust in a lawsuit against Hanover &

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  • New Amsterdam Bank & Trust v Hanover & Stiver — 4 1/2 hours (depositions)

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  • 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.

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  • 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,

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • She then asked, "Did you bring copies of the time sheet summaries from the New Amsterdam v. Hanover & Stiver case?"

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  • 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.

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  • Taylor had spent the day looking through documents on the New Amsterdam Bank v. Hanover &

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