The William Mattar law firm is suing another local lawyer for fees Mattar claims are owed by a client who switched lawyers before the case settled. The client, Sharon D. Cash, was injured on June 4, 2017, in a motor-vehicle ...Read More »
A Henrietta chiropractor is suing a former business partner for about $300,000 that he claims was misappropriated from their business. In the complaint filed July 2 in state Supreme Court in Rochester, Leslie W. Lange, a partner in Greater Rochester ...Read More »
BarkerGilmore, a Fairport-based boutique executive search firm that helps companies staff legal and compliance departments, has released its annual 2020 In-House Counsel Compensation Report. The data was collected from a random sample of in-house counsel throughout the United States through ...
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A federal judge has denied a motion from a prison inmate to be released because of COVID-19. The inmate, Tabari Facen, was convicted of possession with intent to distribute cocaine base and possession of a firearm and ammunition by a ...Read More »
Attorney Danielle Ponder has joined the Monroe County Public Defender’s Office in the newly created position of Special Assistant Public Defender – Diversity and Inclusion Officer. As part of the executive leadership team, Ponder will guide the office’s efforts to ...Read More »
Monroe County District Attorney Sandra Doorley has been installed as president of the District Attorneys Association of the State of New York (DAASNY). Doorley was sworn in during the organization’s annual summer board of directors meeting held virtually because of ...Read More »
A federal judge has denied a motion from a prison inmate seeking compassionate release because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Jessie McIntyre, 48, is currently housed at Federal Correctional Institution Fort Dix in Fort Dix, N.J. McIntyre pleaded guilty in September ...Read More »
The continuing effort to address the COVID-19 pandemic and the nationwide protests triggered by the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis will undoubtedly influence Jill Paperno’s upcoming tenure as president of the Monroe County Bar Association. Paperno, first assistant Monroe ...Read More »
A federal judge has shortened the sentence of man convicted of drug trafficking and weapon charges. Defendant Albert Donald was convicted of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute 50 grams or more of cocaine base and ...Read More »
A man involved in a $1.8 million armored truck heist in 1990 has had his request for compassionate release from prison denied by a federal judge. Albert M. Ranieri was the driver of the AMSA truck robbed in Henrietta. In ...Read More »
The Monroe County Bar Association held a virtual swearing-in ceremony Tuesday for incoming officers and board members and announced two significant awards. Outgoing Monroe County Bar Association President Carolyn Nussbaum presented the President’s Award to Judge Richard Dollinger and the ...
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In a split decision, a state appellate court has upheld an attempted murder conviction, rejecting a claim that the prosecution improperly excused a Black prospective juror. Defendant Nyjee Boyd, 26, was convicted on July 7, 2015, of attempted second-degree murder, ...Read More »