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District court confirms foreign arbitration award

In an action to confirm a foreign arbitration award, Judge Charles J. Siragusa ruled in favor of the petitioners in a U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York proceeding that involved the final aspects of a standstill ...

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Intoxication can't be used as bank robbery defense

Can someone use voluntary intoxication as their defense for robbing a bank?According to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, voluntary intoxication is not a defense for bank robbery. In U.S. v. Keith Sewell, (docket number 00-1604, decided ...

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Intoxication can't be used as bank robbery defense (8292)

Can someone use voluntary intoxication as their defense for robbing a bank≠According to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, voluntary intoxication is not a defense for bank robbery. In U.S. v. Keith Sewell, (docket number 00-1604, decided ...

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Insurer liable for failing to defend injury claim

Earlier this week, Judge Andrew V. Siracuse of the New York State Supreme Court of Monroe County, granted plaintiffs’ summary judgment in Melissa K. Matijiw and Sonia Caraveo v. New York Central Mutual Fire Insurance Co. This action arose from ...

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Public records vendors directory rated invaluable

The National Directory of Public Record Vendors is one of the newest additions to the public record research library available from BRB Publications, Inc. Available for $59.50 retail, or $36.95 at half.com. For the last couple of years, BRB has ...

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Insurer liable for failing to defend injury claim (8287)

Earlier this week, Judge Andrew V. Siracuse of the New York State Supreme Court of Monroe County, granted plaintiffs’ summary judgment in Melissa K. Matijiw and Sonia Caraveo v. New York Central Mutual Fire Insurance Co. This action arose from ...

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Public records vendors directory rated invaluable (8290)

The National Directory of Public Record Vendors is one of the newest additions to the public record research library available from BRB Publications, Inc. Available for $59.50 retail, or $36.95 at half.com. For the last couple of years, BRB has ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs: June 21, 2001

Patent Infringement Rules Set For Review A patent infringement dispute, on appeal from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit was granted certiorari by the U.S. Supreme Court this week. The court will review the doctrine of equivalents, ...

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Motion to suppress chemical blood test denied (8284)

Did the defendant actually commit the crimes he is accused of and should the results of a chemical blood test be suppressed even though the defendant consented to the test≠These were just some of the issues raised in the People ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs: June 21, 2001 (8286)

Patent Infringement Rules Set For Review A patent infringement dispute, on appeal from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit was granted certiorari by the U.S. Supreme Court this week. The court will review the doctrine of equivalents, ...

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Motion to suppress chemical blood test denied

Did the defendant actually commit the crimes he is accused of and should the results of a chemical blood test be suppressed even though the defendant consented to the test?These were just some of the issues raised in the People ...

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