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Court to decide town's liability in injury suit

In an action against the Town of Irondequoit, plaintiff Jonathan Genrich alleged personal injury sustained as a result of an amusement ride on July 4, 1996 at the town’s Independence Day celebration. Reviewing defendant’s motion for summary judgment, New York ...

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Court to decide town's liability in injury suit (8239)

In an action against the Town of Irondequoit, plaintiff Jonathan Genrich alleged personal injury sustained as a result of an amusement ride on July 4, 1996 at the town’s Independence Day celebration. Reviewing defendant’s motion for summary judgment, New York ...

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Commentary: Program offers incentive to clean-up Brownfields

Philosophically, the concept of taking environmentally impaired properties (“Brownfields”) and restoring them through investigation and remediation sounds like a “win/win” idea. For years, old commercial and industrial properties have been difficult to sell or rent because of the fear that ...

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Commentary: Program offers incentive to clean-up Brownfields (8178)

Philosophically, the concept of taking environmentally impaired properties (“Brownfields”) and restoring them through investigation and remediation sounds like a “win/win” idea. For years, old commercial and industrial properties have been difficult to sell or rent because of the fear that ...

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Human Society wins custody of abused farm animals

In a case of first impression in the Fourth Department, State Supreme Court Judge Andrew Siracuse has granted permanent custody of 235 animals to the plaintiff, the Humane Society of Rochester and Monroe County pursuant to sections 373 and 374 ...

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Human Society wins custody of abused farm animals (8158)

In a case of first impression in the Fourth Department, State Supreme Court Judge Andrew Siracuse has granted permanent custody of 235 animals to the plaintiff, the Humane Society of Rochester and Monroe County pursuant to sections 373 and 374 ...

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Motion to dismiss alcohol-death civil suit denied

As administrators of the estate of Joseph L. Kingsbury, Louis and Joann Kingsbury filed a civil action against the hosts of a graduation party, the Village of Avon, the Village of Avon Police Department, and Police Officer Michael Miller, alleging ...

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Motion to dismiss alcohol-death civil suit denied (7962)

As administrators of the estate of Joseph L. Kingsbury, Louis and Joann Kingsbury filed a civil action against the hosts of a graduation party, the Village of Avon, the Village of Avon Police Department, and Police Officer Michael Miller, alleging ...

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