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Court rules on patent infringement case (8027)

Looking at the procedural aspects of patent infringement litigation in Bausch & Lomb, Inc. v. Allergan, Inc., 00-CV-60035L, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York denied the plaintiff’s motion to strike the defendant’s affirmative defense and ...

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Misplaced fences can slow real estate transactions (8029)

Throughout the region, one can find a variety of fences around properties. Whether for reasons of lifestyle, privacy or a family pet, fences exist for good reason. Generally, fences that do not match exactly the property lines of the lot ...

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Film company employs legal dept. of 108 lawyers

What gives international recognition to the name Rochester, NY? Kodak. Almost anywhere you travel, people will recognize Rochester by association with the headquarters of the film giant. “The Imaging Capital of the World” truly is a term of endearment that ...

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Court rules on patent infringement case

Looking at the procedural aspects of patent infringement litigation in Bausch & Lomb, Inc. v. Allergan, Inc., 00-CV-60035L, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York denied the plaintiff’s motion to strike the defendant’s affirmative defense and ...

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Misplaced fences can slow real estate transactions

Throughout the region, one can find a variety of fences around properties. Whether for reasons of lifestyle, privacy or a family pet, fences exist for good reason. Generally, fences that do not match exactly the property lines of the lot ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs: March 19, 2001 (8023)

Expiration Of Six Month Statutory Period The defendant’s motion to dismiss a Grand Larceny in the Third Degree charge because the People failed to announce their readiness for trial within the six month statutory period provided in CPL 30.30(5)(c) is ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs: March 19, 2001

Expiration Of Six Month Statutory Period The defendant’s motion to dismiss a Grand Larceny in the Third Degree charge because the People failed to announce their readiness for trial within the six month statutory period provided in CPL 30.30(5)(c) is ...

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Supreme Court of New Jersey clarifies sports injury precedents (8015)

In Schick v. Ferolito, (A-108-99) Supreme Court of New Jersey, the Court faced the question whether a heightened standard of care applies to participants in the game of golf. After reviewing the facts and precedents, Judge Jaynee LaVecchia ruled that ...

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Court denies motion to vacate murder conviction (8016)

A Monroe County Supreme Court judge denied a defendant’s motion to vacate his Murder and Arson, both in the Second Degree conviction, pursuant to CPL § 440.10. The defendant claimed he was denied the right to effective assistance of counsel ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs: March 16, 2001 (8018)

No Basis For False Incrimination A defendant’s motion to suppress his statements made to police because they were made involuntarily was denied. The defendant admitted to firing his gun on the night of a robbery and shooting. The defendant, who ...

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Supreme Court of New Jersey clarifies sports injury precedents

In Schick v. Ferolito, (A-108-99) Supreme Court of New Jersey, the Court faced the question whether a heightened standard of care applies to participants in the game of golf. After reviewing the facts and precedents, Judge Jaynee LaVecchia ruled that ...

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Court denies motion to vacate murder conviction

A Monroe County Supreme Court judge denied a defendant’s motion to vacate his Murder and Arson, both in the Second Degree conviction, pursuant to CPL § 440.10. The defendant claimed he was denied the right to effective assistance of counsel ...

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