The Daily Record's Power 20 Litigation list includes lawyers who have spent much of their career working as litigators.
The Daily Record's Power List for Intellectual Property 2023 includes lawyers who have spent much of their careers working on intellectual property issues.
The Daily Record's Power List for Trusts & Estates includes people who help clients make sure their wishes are followed and their families’ well-being is protected.
The Daily Record's Power List for Personal Injury includes lawyers who have spent much of their career working on personal injury cases, on the plaintiff side, the defense side or both.
The people on The Daily Record's Power 20 Labor & Employment Law help companies and employees navigate the ever-changing laws and regulations that govern employment.
The people on The Daily Record’s Power 20 Real Estate Law list help clients navigate complex transaction processes to help fulfill their personal dreams or organizational goals.
The people on The Daily Record’s Power 20 Family Law list help clients navigate some of the most challenging times in their lives.
The people on The Daily Record’s Power 50 Law list help make sure the legal needs of Rochester’s companies and residents are met.
The Daily Record is continuing to build on its Power List program with the next practice-specific list: the 2022 Power 20 Litigation list.
The people on the Power 20 Intellectual Property list help clients make sure their clients’ inventions, writing, music, designs and other works are protected.
We are excited to announce the next practice area in our Power List program with our Power 20 Trusts & Estates list.
We are excited to continue to build on our Power List program with our third list of 2022: our Power 20 Personal Injury list.
- Court of Appeals – Speedy trial: People v. Justice A.
- Fourth Department – Traffic stop: People v. McMillon
- Second Circuit – Fair Labor Standards Act: Abbott v. Comme Des Garcons, Ltd.
- Second Circuit – Plea agreements: Cook v. United States
- Fourth Department: Statute of limitations: Marino v. Weiler
- Fourth Department – Nail and mail service: Rebutting presumption of service L&W Supply Corporation v. Built-Rite Drywall Corp, et al
- Fourth Department – Mental Hygiene Law: Charles L. v. State of New York
- Second Circuit – Medicaid and Medicare certification: U.S. ex rel. Quartararo v. Cath. Health Sys. Of Long Island Inc.
- Fourth Department – Waiver of indictment: People v. King
- Fourth Department – Speedy trial: People v. Jordan
- Fourth Department – Rosario material: People v. Dennard
- Second Circuit – Magnuson-Stevens Act: State of New York v. Raimondo
- Split court affirms gun conviction
- N.Y. Court of Appeals reverses gun conviction
- NY board approves cannabis lawsuit settlements, paves way for retail dispensaries
- NY Court of Appeals reverses murder conviction because of illegal police search
- NY Court of Appeals reverses gun conviction over ineffective counsel
- Split court affirms gun conviction, finding search and arrest were legal
- NY appeals court vacates drug conviction over illegal police search
- Split Court of Appeals strips Police Accountability Board of disciplinary power