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Executive director of Monroe County Bar Assn. to celebrate retirement

While many folks were enjoying their summer barbeques or finalizing vacation plans this week, Beth H. Keigher was busy cleaning out her office at the Monroe County Bar Association as she prepared for retirement. After 25 years with the organization, ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs: July 6, 2001

The Appellate Division, Fourth Department, addressed employer liability for harassment and contributory negligence in its decisions handed down on June 8, 2001. CIVIL DECISIONS Employment Law — Sex Discrimination Five women who worked for a meat producing plant in Erie ...

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Michael Robinson opens office in Rochester

The Law Office of Michael Robinson, based in Naples, N.Y., will be opening a branch office at 160 Linden Oaks Office Park, Rochester, effective July 16, 2001. The firm, which is devoted exclusively to estate planning, has been helping clients ...

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Executive director of Monroe County Bar Assn. to celebrate retirement (12979)

While many folks were enjoying their summer barbeques or finalizing vacation plans this week, Beth H. Keigher was busy cleaning out her office at the Monroe County Bar Association as she prepared for retirement. After 25 years with the organization, ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs: July 6, 2001 (12980)

The Appellate Division, Fourth Department, addressed employer liability for harassment and contributory negligence in its decisions handed down on June 8, 2001. CIVIL DECISIONS Employment Law — Sex Discrimination Five women who worked for a meat producing plant in Erie ...

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Michael Robinson opens office in Rochester (12981)

The Law Office of Michael Robinson, based in Naples, N.Y., will be opening a branch office at 160 Linden Oaks Office Park, Rochester, effective July 16, 2001. The firm, which is devoted exclusively to estate planning, has been helping clients ...

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Appellate Division, Fourth Department, suspends two attorneys

The Appellate Division, Fourth Department, handled two attorney discipline matters in its most recent session. They are: Matter of Joseph Di Nardo, A Suspended Attorney, Respondent. — Final Order of suspension entered. Per Curiam Opinion: Respondent was admitted to the ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs: July 5, 2001

In recent decisions by the Appellate Division, Fourth Department, the court addressed tort and insurance law issues and liability for forgery. Among these were the duty of an insurance company to defend in an intentional tort case, and whether the ...

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Appellate Division, Fourth Department, suspends two attorneys (12972)

The Appellate Division, Fourth Department, handled two attorney discipline matters in its most recent session. They are: Matter of Joseph Di Nardo, A Suspended Attorney, Respondent. — Final Order of suspension entered. Per Curiam Opinion: Respondent was admitted to the ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs: July 5, 2001 (12978)

In recent decisions by the Appellate Division, Fourth Department, the court addressed tort and insurance law issues and liability for forgery. Among these were the duty of an insurance company to defend in an intentional tort case, and whether the ...

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NY State Bar Assn. votes to support bans on soft money and issue ads (12969)

The New York State Bar Association put the full support of its considerable membership and national influence as the east coast’s largest lawyers’ group solidly behind legislation that bans the use of “soft money” and “issue ads” in federal elections. ...

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New York Court of Appeals lists latest June filings (12971)

A list of appeals with short title, jurisdictional predicate, subject matter and key issues is prepared each week and filed with the New York State Court of Appeals. Some of these filed appeals may never reach decision on the merits ...

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