Recent Articles from Kevin Oklobzija
The executive director of the County of Monroe Industrial Development Agency is defending the board’s decision to deny tax incentives for a multifamily residential development in Pittsford. Pittsford Canalside Properties, LLC, in an Article 78 petition filed Monday in state Supreme Court in Monroe County, alleged that a conflict of interest by COMIDA member Joseph […]
The developer of a residential community along the Erie Canal in Pittsford is claiming the $53 million project was denied tax incentives because of a conflict of interest.
A Rochester dentist publicly disgraced for hosting what was alleged to be a racist Juneteenth party has filed a defamation lawsuit against Monroe County Legislator Rachel Barnhart and a Buffalo-area attorney. Nicholas Nicosia claims defamation of his person and trade, as well as tortious interference with his business, Nicosia Dental, “for the hate crime hoax […]
A rental property owner slapped with thousands of dollars in code-violation fines has sold a portfolio of 22 Rochester homes.
The foreclosure auction on three landmark commercial properties in Rochester's East End District brought just one bid.
Three family members who alleged a Rochester real estate investor failed to use their money for the intended purpose have again turned to the court system in hopes of recovering nearly $500,000.
Three landmark commercial properties in Rochester's East End District will be up for auction next month.
A Florida company specializing in last mile delivery coordination alleges that a Rochester firm breached a contract and now won’t release up to $176,000 in goods from a warehouse. Ryder Last Mile, Inc. of Miami contends in court papers that Now That’s Fast Delivery (NTF) of Lincoln Avenue in Rochester is guilty of acts of […]
The owner of a Rochester excavating business and owner of a Greece pawn shop were among seven men indicted for their roles in an illegal gambling enterprise.
The owner of a classic car restoration business in Macedon has been charged in federal court with wire fraud after allegedly bilking three customers out of more than $1 million for work never performed. Clark P. Rittersbach, 49, appeared in U.S. District Court in Rochester before U.S. Magistrate Judge Mark W. Pedersen on Friday to […]
The Florida-based developer of the new Tesla service, education and display center in Henrietta has sold the property to a California real estate investment firm.
As New York prepares to outlaw non-compete agreements from employee contracts, legislation still should be able to prevent the poaching of clients or the workforce.
- Fourth Department – Breach of contract: Hausrath Landscape Maintenance Inc. v. Caravan Facilities Management LLC
- Second Circuit – New York Child Victim’s Act: Kane v. Mount Pleasant CSD; Coe v. Eastport Union Free School
- NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics – Appointing law clerk: Opinion 22-149
- 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
- Greenlight Networks selects Buffalo-based attorney as general counsel
- 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