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Damages calculated for breach of contract suit

Judge Thomas A. Stander released a Supreme Court decision calculating the damages in Charming Shoppes, Inc., Fashion Bug # 3329, Inc. and Fashion Bug # 3250, Inc. v. Overland Construction, Inc., Index No. 2000/01224 having previously decided the liability issue. ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs: April 13, 2001 (8098)

Defendant’s Right To Appeal Waived Defendant’s motion to vacate a judgment of conviction on the grounds that his right to be present at every stage of the trial was violated is denied. The defendant claims his judgment of conviction was ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs: April 13, 2001

Defendant’s Right To Appeal Waived Defendant’s motion to vacate a judgment of conviction on the grounds that his right to be present at every stage of the trial was violated is denied. The defendant claims his judgment of conviction was ...

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Estate of former employee files suit against Kodak (8089)

In an action seeking retirement benefits, the estate of a former Kodak employee asserted two causes of action: (1) that defendant failed to provide plaintiffs with an adequate Summary Plan Description (SPD) as required by 29 U.S.C. § 1022 (a)(1) ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs: April 12, 2001 (8091)

Evidence Sufficient To Establish Charge Defendant’s motion to toss out the charges against him because the evidence before the Grand Jury was legally insufficient to establish the offenses charged in the indictment is denied. “After a review of the Grand ...

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Court rules on rental car cos.' indemnification (8092)

Rental car companies may not chase their customers for injuries caused to third parties, so long as the damage amount falls below the minimum insurance that the rental company is statutorily required to provide, held a unanimous New York Court ...

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Estate of former employee files suit against Kodak

In an action seeking retirement benefits, the estate of a former Kodak employee asserted two causes of action: (1) that defendant failed to provide plaintiffs with an adequate Summary Plan Description (SPD) as required by 29 U.S.C. § 1022 (a)(1) ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs: April 12, 2001

Evidence Sufficient To Establish Charge Defendant’s motion to toss out the charges against him because the evidence before the Grand Jury was legally insufficient to establish the offenses charged in the indictment is denied. “After a review of the Grand ...

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Court rules on rental car cos.' indemnification

Rental car companies may not chase their customers for injuries caused to third parties, so long as the damage amount falls below the minimum insurance that the rental company is statutorily required to provide, held a unanimous New York Court ...

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Estate tax elimination will cost states billions (8086)

The elimination of the federal estate tax, already approved by the House, could possibly cost state governments at least 1.5 percent of the their revenue. Officials state that if this happens, in effect, the estate tax in 40 states will ...

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