Along the southern Oregon coast, on a 350-acre cliff-side property, two golf-industry veterans are looking to break ground this year on the next go-to golfing destination in North America: Pacific Gales. The Knapp Ranch site near Port Orford overlooks the ...Read More »
In the aftermath of a Second Circuit decision upholding the Constitutionality of a state law requiring non-resident attorneys from adjoining states to maintain an office in the state, Rochester attorney David M. Schraver is heading up a New York State ...
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WASHINGTON — Supreme Court justices on Wednesday seemed sympathetic to a Missouri church that claimed its exclusion from a state playground improvement program was a violation of constitutional rights. Even some of the court’s liberal justices were concerned that the ...
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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has ordered a former Ontario County man convicted of child pornography charges to be resentenced even though the original sentence was within federal guidelines. Joseph Vincent Jenkins, of Geneva, was 39 ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court indicated Tuesday that the federal government does not have the wide power it claims in pursuing the ill-gotten profits of fraudulent behavior. Justices across the board were at least skeptical of the Securities and Exchange ...Read More »
The Monroe County Bar Association has done away with judicial candidate ratings, a process widely regarded as flawed and ineffective. “The rankings caused more damage than they were worth,” said Christopher Thomas, an attorney at Nixon Peabody and a member ...Read More »
A state advisory panel is warning judges about participating in the March for Science event planned for Washington, D.C., and hundreds of other locations nationwide on Earth Day, April 22. An opinion released last week by the New York State ...
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