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Daily Record gets new look for a new era

The Daily Record has been western New York’s top source for legal news for 108 years, and we are committed to continuing that tradition. However, even a publication with as much history as ours sometimes needs to make changes to ...

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Court Calendar for June 14, 2017

Supreme Court Special Term HON. JOHN J. ARK 9:30 a.m. 1—Jenkins v Nguyen, Alstone Jr, et al – David M Giglio & Associates – Dixon and Hamilton 2—Jackson-Thomas v Powell-Debose, Patterson, et al – Dennis P Herron – Bouvier Partnership ...

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Court Calendar for June 12, 2017

City Court HON. VINCENT BERNARD CAMPBELL Landlord/Tenant 9:30 a.m. 1—Celio Group 1 LLC v Janet Diaz, 62 Sterling St – Burgess & Miraglia 2—1573 Dewey LLC v Willie Madden & Crystal Peoples, 1753 Dewey Ave – Burgess & Miraglia 3—300 ...

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Attacks, threats against journalists must stop

News of a reporter being physically assaulted by a political candidate in Montana on Wednesday was disconcerting for a number of reasons, but two in particular stand out. The first is the growing antipathy displayed by politicians toward journalists. Politicians ...

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Court Calendars for May 24, 2017

Appellate Division Hon. Samuel L. Green Courtroom 10 a.m. 836.0—Frans Sital v Anthony Annucci – Adam W Koch – Laura Etlinger 837.0—People v Nathaniel J Doyle – Kimberly F Duguay – Leah R Mervine 838.0—People v Robert F Herman – ...

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Court Calendars for May 18, 2017

Appellate Division Hon. Samuel L. Green Courtroom 10 a.m. 768.0—Noel Kane v Nunzio Doldo – Pro Se – Marcus J Mastracco 769.0—People v Mhalik J Baldwin – Jane I Yoon – Stephen X O’Brien 770.0—People v Edgar Mills – Joseph ...

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IRS took millions from innocent people, Inspector General finds

The Internal Revenue Service has seized millions of dollars in cash from individuals and businesses who obtained the money legally, according to a new Treasury Inspector General’s report. The report covers IRS cash seizures against businesses and individuals suspected of ...

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Trucker: ‘Surreal’ to be topic of Supreme Court nomination

DETROIT — During Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch’s Senate confirmation hearings, one case came up repeatedly: A truck driver was fired for leaving his trailer of meat on the side of an Illinois road after breaking down on a frigid ...

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