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Fan injured at Amerks game must overcome precedent with lawsuit

A Hilton resident and her lawyer are challenging legal precedent regarding the awarding of damages for when a spectator is injured at a professional sporting event in New York. Veronica James attended an Oct. 27 Rochester Americans hockey game when she ...

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Year over year foreclosure activity in Monroe County takes significant drop

Foreclosure activity during the first quarter of 2019 dropped significantly in Monroe County, mirroring the nationwide trend. Total properties in the county with foreclosure filings during the first three months fell to 485, down 27.07 percent from the first quarter ...

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Kodak suing Chicago printer for breach of contract

Eastman Kodak Co. is suing a Chicago printing firm and its owner, claiming the company owes nearly $120,000 due to a breach of the service-agreement contract and also refuses to allow repossession of a high-tech printing device. Kestler Digital and ...

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Construction costs flame broil tenant, landlord

A dispute over alleged construction cost overruns at a new Burger King in Greece is broiling between the building landlord and the restaurateur, and the first Whopper hasn’t even been cooked. Maiden, LLC has demanded payment on $566,530 in costs ...

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Fraud allegations lead to foreclosure filing on Morgan apartment community

The mortgage holder for a Morgan Communities-owned property in Watertown has initiated foreclosure proceedings, citing fraudulent activity and failure to make timely payments. Court papers filed in Jefferson County show that the trust company overseeing the mortgage on the Preserve ...

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Another DHD student housing venture headed to lender sale

With the foreclosure sale of the Monarch 716 apartment complex in Buffalo less than two weeks away, another student housing community developed by DHD Ventures’ partners Thomas Masaschi and Jason Teller was repossessed in February and is headed to market ...

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Casino-only sports betting could begin in New York by late May

Sports betting could begin at New York’s four full casinos, including del Lago Resort & Casino in the Seneca County town of Tyre, by late May, but racinos and off-track betting locations will remain shut out of the action. The ...

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