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Danielle Ponder takes it to the stage


Danielle Ponder is sure her clients’ stories have influenced her songwriting. “Soul music is something you feel,” Ponder has said. “It gives you goosebumps.” The lawyer/singer/songwriter has a following that spans the globe. If you have seen her perform live ...

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Faraci Lange celebrates 50 years

Faraci Lange Attorneys is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Pictured are the Rochester partners of the firm. Seated left to right: Hadley L. Matarazzo, Angelo G. Faraci, Paul  K. Lange, Brian Zorn. Standing left to right: Stephen G. Schwarz, Matthew F. Belanger, John A. Falk. (Bennett Loudon)

As he marks the 50th anniversary of the founding of Faraci Lange Attorneys, co-founder Angelo Faraci explained that his focus on personal injury cases was borne out of necessity, rather than any carefully planned career decision. Since graduating from Albany ...

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Webster Golf Club members sue for dues

Fifteen members of Webster Golf Club are suing the owners, claiming their membership fees, totaling about $160,000, have not been returned to them after 10 years, as promised. According to the complaint filed Wednesday in state Supreme Court, the plaintiffs ...

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Barclay Damon continues to grow

Craig Welch, managing partner of Lacy Katzen LLP, said the departure of seven lawyers and five staffers to Barclay Damon LLP was “as amicable as you could want for the situation.” “It became clear in the last couple years that ...

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