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Chapter 7 trustees granted turnover motion (8122)

Two recent Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases involved similar issues, allowing U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of New York Judge John C. Ninfo II to rule on both in a combined opinion in In re: Daniel M. Benjamin and ...

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Request to reargue summary judgment motion granted (8123)

A Monroe County Supreme Court Judge has granted Manufacturers and Traders Trust Co.’s request to reargue their motion for summary judgment against Empire National Leasing, Inc. In Manufacturers And Traders Trust Co. v. Empire National Leasing, Inc. the plaintiffs sought ...

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Burden of proof not met in negligence action

In a small claims action before the Brighton Town Court, plaintiff sought recovery of his auto insurance deductible following an incident in which his car was damaged while parked in defendant’s parking lot. Plaintiff, Dennis Lakis, is employed at the ...

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Burden of proof not met in negligence action (8117)

In a small claims action before the Brighton Town Court, plaintiff sought recovery of his auto insurance deductible following an incident in which his car was damaged while parked in defendant’s parking lot. Plaintiff, Dennis Lakis, is employed at the ...

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Forensic meteorologist's part in criminal case

While much of the work of forensic meteorologist deals with civil litigation, there are occasions when criminal cases are involved. You may recall a case about ten years ago in Tompkins County pertaining to the slaying of the Harris family. ...

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Debtor wins challenge to creditor's property lien (8114)

Debtor, Colonial Transparent Products, Co., Inc. filed an adversary proceeding against Ro-An Industries Corporation (Ro-An) to determine if a lien Ro-An claimed on a $125,000 piece of equipment could be avoided under 11 U.S.C. § 544. Citing bankruptcy cases from ...

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Charges dropped for violation of speedy trial (8115)

Was the Monroe County District Attorney’s office ready for trial within the six month speedy trial period of Criminal Procedure Law § 30.30 or did the defense counsel extend the speedy trial waiver until the end of December 2000≠ This ...

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Forensic meteorologist's part in criminal case (8116)

While much of the work of forensic meteorologist deals with civil litigation, there are occasions when criminal cases are involved. You may recall a case about ten years ago in Tompkins County pertaining to the slaying of the Harris family. ...

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Debtor wins challenge to creditor's property lien

Debtor, Colonial Transparent Products, Co., Inc. filed an adversary proceeding against Ro-An Industries Corporation (Ro-An) to determine if a lien Ro-An claimed on a $125,000 piece of equipment could be avoided under 11 U.S.C. § 544. Citing bankruptcy cases from ...

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Charges dropped for violation of speedy trial

Was the Monroe County District Attorney’s office ready for trial within the six month speedy trial period of Criminal Procedure Law § 30.30 or did the defense counsel extend the speedy trial waiver until the end of December 2000? This ...

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