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Engineered for success

A simple way to see the impact that Sergio Esteban, CEO and board chairman of LaBella Associates PC, has had on downtown Rochester and surrounding areas is to just look around. Esteban has been involved in the design and management ...

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Businesses prepare for patent law changes

The spark of an idea for an invention may flare up in the middle of the night, or at any time or place, according to Sridhar Deivasigamani, founder and president of a company that makes tankless water heaters. Deivasigamani, whose ...

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eDiscovery firm BIA up and running in Rochester

A gas-and-oil industry client needed to collect data from a rig based off the coast of Nigeria, a scenario fraught with potential roadblocks that even the most geographically challenged could see lie ahead. Traditionally, a client would have had to ...

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Two vie for justice seat in unique Victor primary

Take a drive into Victor along Route 96, and it won’t take long to discover an election is taking place — the signs say it all. The election pits attorneys Thomas “Toby” Reh and Michael A. Jones Jr. — both ...

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School 29 students welcome Lawyers for Learning

Crayons, pencils, folders — all were packed nicely in a light blue backpack. The response from the recipients of the school supplies was nothing less than excitement, smiles and even a big thank-you hug. “This is awesome,” said Tyler Gibson, ...

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New location leaves room to grow for WebTitle

They remember the cats perched on the windowsill and the bingo table that served as a desk. They’ll never forget how their first office was prone to flooding. WebTitle Agency Partners John Nitsche, Matthew Schuler, Kevin Whiting and Alan Roides ...

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Backpack to school in style

Members of the Monroe County Bar Association’s Lawyers for Learning Committee came to Adlai Stevenson School 29 on Thursday bearing gifts. About 450 backpacks with school supplies donated by LeClairRyan were given to the students. See more photos in the On the ...

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Polling places ready for Hispanic, Latino voters

Calling it a continuation of services already offered, the Monroe County Board of Elections will be accommodating an increase in the local Puerto Rican and Hispanic population at the polls this election season. Monroe County was among the 10 upstate ...

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Act fast if facing foreclosure

The bad news: The need for foreclosure prevention helped lead to the formation of the Housing Council in Rochester more than 40 years ago, and the organization still deals with thousands of clients a year, in most every location in ...

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