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Groups unite to teach elderly about legal issues (8143)

The month of May has been designated nationally as Older Americans Month. The Monroe County Bar Association, in conjunction with Catholic Family Center, Jewish Family Service, LIFESPAN, WXXI, Monroe County Legal Assistance Corp. and Monroe County Office for the Aging ...

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Paralegal assn. supports child protection groups (8145)

The life of a child is very precious. Not only is it important to provide guidance and support for each child, the rights of children should be protected. Through the strong voice of its members, the Paralegal Association of Rochester, ...

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Recent legislation aimed at protecting children

This year’s Law Day theme, “Protecting the Best Interests of Our Children” has been an important theme all year. From court initiatives, to legislation, to activities by Bar Associations such as the Greater Rochester Association of Women Attorneys, children’s best ...

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Groups unite to teach elderly about legal issues

The month of May has been designated nationally as Older Americans Month. The Monroe County Bar Association, in conjunction with Catholic Family Center, Jewish Family Service, LIFESPAN, WXXI, Monroe County Legal Assistance Corp. and Monroe County Office for the Aging ...

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Paralegal assn. supports child protection groups

The life of a child is very precious. Not only is it important to provide guidance and support for each child, the rights of children should be protected. Through the strong voice of its members, the Paralegal Association of Rochester, ...

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Real estate purchase cancellation ruled lawful

Where a real estate purchase contract had certain contingencies to be completed by a definite date, Monroe County Supreme Court Judge Thomas A. Stander found the plaintiff had no basis for claiming breach of contract some two months after the ...

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Real estate purchase cancellation ruled lawful (8139)

Where a real estate purchase contract had certain contingencies to be completed by a definite date, Monroe County Supreme Court Judge Thomas A. Stander found the plaintiff had no basis for claiming breach of contract some two months after the ...

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Court rules on patent infringement lawsuit (8134)

In a patent infringement action, Gleason Works alleged that a German and Swiss corporation infringed their U.S. Patent No. 4,981,402 (402 patent) and that a Virginia corporation was selling the infringing products on behalf of the foreign manufacturers. In response ...

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Illegal conviction of firearm possession upheld (8135)

A man’s sentence of 15 months in prison and two years of supervised release has been affirmed by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. In U.S. v. Khachatour C. Sogomonian, U.S. District Court for the Western District ...

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IRS rulings on debt deductions, payroll taxes (8136)

In Revenue Ruling 2001-20, the Internal Revenue Service stated that a lessee can exclude from income a construction allowance used to construct or improve property even though the amount was less than the allowance specified in the lease. The requirement ...

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