Investors who poured $63 million into Robert Morgan’s wide-ranging development projects will be repaid in full, the Securities and Exchange Commission says. The SEC on Tuesday obtained a court order authorizing distribution of funds obtained through Morgan’s voluntary sale of ...Read More »
A Rochester woman has admitted to killing another woman. Erica Mathis, 35, pleaded guilty Friday to second-degree murder for killing Dytanyia McCracken. On July 26, McCracken returned home after a domestic dispute with Mathis, his girlfriend, at 19 Karnes St. ...Read More »
A Canadian photographer is suing two hotels in Niagara Falls, N.Y., for allegedly using a copyrighted picture he took in promotional material without permission. Kevin Wagar, of Brampton, Ontario, field separate lawsuits against 443 Main St., Niagara Falls, N.Y. Corp., ...Read More »
A proposed law that would extend New York’s bottle bill to wine and liquor bottles could increase recycling of glass significantly and create a cleaner stream of recycled glass, potentially making it easier to find end users in a tight ...
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Aviva Abramovsky, dean of the University at Buffalo School of Law, will be honored by the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) Torts, Insurance and Compensation Law (TICL) Section with the Professor David D. Siegel Award in recognition of her ...Read More »
State Supreme Court Justice Craig J. Doran has been re-appointed as supervising judge for the Seventh Judicial District. As administrative judge, Doran supervises the operations of the courts in the counties of Cayuga, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Seneca, Steuben, Wayne and ...
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WASHINGTON — House Democrats pressed into the second day of arguments in President Donald Trump’s impeachment case focused intently on the charge of abuse of power, which top prosecutor Adam Schiff said would leave senators with no choice but a ...Read More »
PHOENIX — A woman can’t use her frozen embryos to have a baby over opposition from her ex-husband under terms of the contract they signed with a fertility clinic, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Thursday. The high court ruling ends ...Read More »
Tully Rinckey PLLC has promoted 11 partners to equity partner status, including two in western New York. The new equity partners include Peter Pullano, managing partner at the Pittsford office, and Anthony Kuhn and Darren Swetz in Buffalo. Pullano practices criminal ...
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Recent reports that Frontier Communications Corp. is likely to file bankruptcy soon are no surprise to George Conboy, chairman of Brighton Securities Inc. “I’ve viewed Frontier over the past several years as having all the life force of a zombie, ...Read More »
Adoptees in New York now have a legal right to obtain certified copies of their original birth certificate. Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week signed into law a bipartisan bill that allows adoptees to receive copies of their original, or pre-adoption, ...Read More »