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Covering courts and the legal community in western New York.

Fan seeks video of fight at Bills game

This photo, taken with a wide angle lens, shows Ralph Wilson Stadium prior to the NFL football game between the Buffalo Bills and the Cleveland Browns on Nov. 30 in Orchard Park. Two senators have sponsored a bill that would remove the NFL’s antitrust exemption that allows blackouts if games don’t sell out. Buffalo was one of only two blackouts last season, the Dec. 22, 2013 meeting of the Bills and the Dolphins in Buffalo. The Buffalo News

A Canadian man who was injured while trying to break up a fight at a Buffalo Bills football game is asking a judge to order the team to provide video footage and other information to help him identify potential defendants ...

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New hearing ordered for inmate seeking compassionate release

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A federal appeals court has ordered a new hearing for a prison inmate who had his request for compassionate release denied because he did not exhaust the administrative process before going to court. Anthony Saladino appealed a district court denial ...

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Appeals court enforces settlement

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A state appeals court has reversed a lower court ruling and enforced a settlement agreement in a lawsuit because the plaintiff’s attorney agreed to the terms in an email, although the client later changed his mind. In September 2020, in ...

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City of Rochester to pay $50,000 to settle lawsuit

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The city of Rochester will pay $50,000 to settle a federal lawsuit filed by a man claiming police illegally entered his apartment and retaliated after an internal police investigation concluded the police actions were improper. Police were called to the ...

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