Recent Articles from Mike Murphy
Success is catchy, Buckingham Properties CEO and Managing Partner Laurence Glazer remarked in May at the official start of construction on The Tower at Midtown. Many city leaders believe the infectious optimism Glazer and his wife Jane Glazer demonstrated in both their business dealings and philanthropic efforts over the years — as well as their outlook […]
Crunch time is coming in the campaign for a newly-created City Court judgeship. Rochester residents will head to the polls from noon to 9 p.m. Tuesday in a three-way primary election. The winner will run in the November general election on the Democratic Party line for a 10-year spot on the bench. The Monroe County […]
One word comes to mind while poking through a backpack filled with a bundle of pencils, colored markers, folders, glue sticks and other school supplies. No, not homework, although Rochester City School 29 first-grader Mya Malabe said this will help her with her after-school tasks. This word is a bit more, well, expressive. “Awesome!” said […]
The Compassionate Care Act, signed in July, allows the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes under strict guidelines. It’s not what everyone wanted or needed, according to a group of cancer survivors, state legislators, a doctor and advocacy group members who discussed the legislation and the next steps.
Tanya Conley made two lasting promises to her father. Conley used to take lessons through the Eastman School of Music but stopped before heading off to college. Later on, when her father was sick with cancer, she would play piano for him, and it seemed to ease his pain. Shortly after his illness worsened, Conley […]
The dream of opening her own real estate and rental business has always been present for Carmelie Diamond. Although friends and family have stood beside her through several starts and stops, the support for Diamond’s plan hasn’t always been there, she said. “I had heard that if you’re a woman and a minority, there are […]
Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman was handed the unique opportunity to root out corruption in Albany and failed, said his Republican opponent. John P. Cahill, the Republican candidate in the race for state attorney general, called on Schneiderman to be more open on his and his office’s role in the anti-corruption Moreland Commission controversy during […]
The nonprofit Bivona Child Advocacy Center soon may be on the move in its efforts to better provide services for children who have been abused, although the new location is a bit of a fixer-upper. Members of the County of Monroe Industrial Management Agency, or COMIDA, on Tuesday approved $135,891 worth of mortgage and sales […]
The employees at Conifer Realty LLC expect to keep doing what they have been doing, just more of it. And after Nov. 1, they will be doing so from a new location. The company has outgrown the space it occupies at the Alliance Building and is planning a move to the Gleason Business Center on […]
- NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics – Review of another judge’s actions: Opinion 22-153
- NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics – Charitable contributions: Opinion 22-150
- Second Circuit – Class action settlement: Moses v. The New York Times Company
- 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 affirms $400K judgment in contract dispute
- Could legislation limiting non-compete agreements kick off a new era of workplace disputes?
- Fourth Department affirms decision in NY property dispute
- 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