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Bar assn. launches member-wide email services

I am excited to report that the Monroe County Bar Association (MCBA) has begun to communicate with its members electronically. MCBA members will soon receive the first message from the MCBA member-wide listserv. For those of you who are unfamiliar ...

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Study shows female lawyers not treated as equals

Two articles recently caught my eye in the New York Law Journal. The first, dated January 31, 2001, was entitled “Study: Women Less Satisfied With Legal Careers Than Men”. The second, published about a month earlier was about how “Women ...

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Fannie Mae adopts new mandatory mortgage documents

After delays in instituting new mortgage documents in 1999 and 2000, Fannie Mae has adopted new forms. The use of the new forms became mandatory on January 1, 2001. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are instrumental in the selling of ...

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Anecdotes about two Rochester attorneys

John Scully represented several labor unions and many of their members. As a result he had a very general practice. One morning a gentleman came into his office and said that he had been referred to John as being a ...

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Renowned legal futurist to speak to Monroe County Bar Association

“The Future of the Profession: Stampede to Extinction∴” will be presented by attorney Charles F. Robinson from 9 a.m. to noon on Friday March 23 at the Riverside Convention Center. In a program that embraces change and recommends proactive steps ...

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Bar assn. launches member-wide email services (7984)

I am excited to report that the Monroe County Bar Association (MCBA) has begun to communicate with its members electronically. MCBA members will soon receive the first message from the MCBA member-wide listserv. For those of you who are unfamiliar ...

Read More »

Supreme Court grants access to bureau's documents

In a unanimous decision handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court, the Department of Interior’s Bureau of Indian Affairs was granted access to documents exchanged between the Department of Interior’s Bureau of Reclamation and various Indian tribes, on the grounds ...

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Rochester attorneys co-author book on NY Criminal Law

Criminal Law in New York (4th Edition), analyzes the substance of New York State’s complete Penal Law. Co-authored by Gary Muldoon, Esq. and the Judge Karen Morris, the book clearly distinguishes among specific offenses, explaining the level of intent or ...

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Supreme Court grants access to bureau's documents (7978)

In a unanimous decision handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court, the Department of Interior’s Bureau of Indian Affairs was granted access to documents exchanged between the Department of Interior’s Bureau of Reclamation and various Indian tribes, on the grounds ...

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