Recent Articles from Tara Buck
The use of drones in the construction industry is expanding rapidly. Drones can be used at construction sites to collect a wide array of data, leading to more accurate designs, increased jobsite safety and better-informed construction plans.
Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts, Fifth Edition (Robert L. Haig, Editor-in-Chief) | Book Review
Robert Haig’s “Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts” compendium is an indispensable resource for attorneys engaged in federal civil litigation. Mr. Haig’s series features guidance from leading practitioners regarding a multitude of both procedural and substantive issues faced by federal court practitioners. The Fifth Edition in this series includes 26 new chapters cover[...]
Filing for divorce in New York can be a complex and difficult process. To navigate this journey successfully, it’s important to understand the specific requirements and take proactive steps to protect your interests. In this article, we will provide you with a comprehensive guide to the important things to do when filing for divorce in […]
Supreme Court Special Term HON. DANIEL J. DOYLE July 25, 2017 1:30 p.m. 1—Bank of America NA v Beale, Beale, et ano – Aldridge Pite – Pro se 2—Bank of America NA v Own, Own, et al – Aldridge Pite – Pro se 3—Butler v Rochester General Hospital, Rochester General Health System, et ano – […]
City Court HON. CAROLINE E. MORRISON Landlord/Tenant 9:30 a.m. 1—Alali Mohammed Yem v Tracy Sinkler, 99 Kingston St – Fero & Ingersoll 2—Cortina Brothers Properties LLC v Shamika Clements, 39 Sylvester St – Fero & Ingersoll 3—Genesee & Kirkland LLC v Rebekah Woods, 191 Genesee St – Fero & Ingersoll 4—LNMS Properties Inc v Dionna […]
As April 18 is approaching, hopefully you’ve already filed your tax return or extension. But if you haven’t, the time to act is now. The IRS anticipates 20-25% of individuals wait until the last two weeks to start preparing their return, so below are 10 overlooked items that could benefit you as you complete your […]
Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in The Bulletin, the official publication of the Bar Association of Erie County. It is reprinted here with permission. Conditional Class Certification In Augustyniak v. Lowe’s Home Center, LLC, No. 14-CV-00488-JJM (Feb. 8, 2016), plaintiff brought an action against her employer seeking recovery on behalf of herself and others […]
By Carey Ann Denefrio On Oct. 21, 2015, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed into law several bills that provide greater protection for women in the workplace. These bills were a part of the Women’s Equality Act and operate to: (1) strengthen New York’s equal pay statute; (2) prohibit discrimination based on familial status; (3) expand […]
When a group of six senators led by Republican Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, announced a rare bipartisan criminal justice bill last October there was much fanfare on Capitol Hill. The Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act of 2015 would have reduced penalties for repeat drug offenders and eliminated the “three strikes” […]
I grew up in Southern Missouri which, like most of the old South, is a region where the Democratic Party dominated politics during the first half of the 20th century. During the 50s there was a saying that went like this: “Roosevelt proved that a man could be President forever. Truman proved that any man […]
Donald Trump’s delegate count keeps climbing, and so does another important tally: the list of Republicans promising they’ll never vote for him. Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker added his name to the list last week; U.S. Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska weeks ago. Mitt Romney stepped up too, laying out a more devastating critique than Trump’s […]
- Fourth Department – Bill of particulars: Harris v. Rome Memorial Hospital, et al.
- NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics – Accusations against co-judge: Opinion 22-148
- Fourth Department – Medicaid: Washington Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing Home v. NYS Dept. of Health
- Fourth Department – Criminal possession of a firearm: People v. Wilson
- Fourth Department – Promoting prostitution: People v. Watts
- Second Circuit – Class certification: Arkansas Teachers Retirement System V. Goldman Sachs Group Inc.
- Fourth Department – Show-up identification: People v. Waggoner
- Fourth Department – Association: Victory Village Tenants Assoc. v. Evergreen Communities, et al.
- Second Circuit – In personam jurisdiction: Kaplan v. Bank Saderat PLC
- Fourth Department – Labor Law: Verdugo v. Fox Building Group
- Fourth Department – Out-of-possession landlord: Truax v. M.D. Meyer’s Properties
- Fourth Department – Discovery: Sylvester v. Sanders
- Espinosa named general counsel at Greenlight Networks
- Barclay Damon hires attorney Matt Smith
- Rochester man sues Geneseo police, alleging false arrest, assault
- The Daily Record’s Power List for Intellectual Property 2023
- NY ethics panel says judges can join NRA
- Harter Secrest & Emery LLP names partner-in-charge of Buffalo office
- Banned professor sues SUNY Fredonia leaders
- Hochul signs law requiring unemployment insurance information from employers