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Cellino & Barnes expected to separate

Cellino & Barnes P.C. has more than 10,000 clients and 200 employees, including 57 lawyers. (Bennett Loudon)

Cellino & Barnes have settled out of court — with each other. The nearly three-year legal battle between the two partners of the iconic personal injury law firm is winding down. Ross Cellino first attempted to arrange an amicable breakup ...

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New Rochester housing court created

State Supreme Court Justice Craig J. Doran, chief administrative judge for the Seventh Judicial District, on Tuesday announced the creation of the Specialized Housing Expedited Part (SHEP) of Rochester City Court. (Bennett Loudon)

Tenants in the city of Rochester now have a new option to deal with code enforcement violations their landlord has failed to address. State Supreme Court Justice Craig J. Doran, chief administrative judge for the Seventh Judicial District, on Tuesday ...

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Unshackle Upstate releases 2020 Advocacy Agenda

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Unshackle Upstate Inc. — a pro-taxpayer advocacy organization — in 2020 plans to tackle and reject New York State’s expanded prevailing wage mandate, a single-payer system and scores of additional business and individual healthcare, economic development and policy areas it ...

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