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Cases set for argument in the NY State Court of Appeals (8035)

As you ate your breakfast this morning and made the commute to the office, some of your colleagues reviewed their notes and prepared for a day of arguments before the New York State Court of Appeals in Albany in the ...

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How to compile a matrimonial Judgment Roll (8036)

Putting together a matrimonial Judgment Roll can be one of the most frustrating tasks faced by family law practitioners. The Judgment Rolls have become increasingly complicated over the years, and it seems as if new requirements are constantly being added ...

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Intellectual property, patents symposium planned (8037)

Michael Meurer, professor at Boston University School of Law, and former professor at University at Buffalo, is currently organizing a Symposium covering cutting edge intellectual property and patent issues related to advancements in medicine. Bioinformatics and Intellectual Property Law is ...

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Hunt Real Estate Corp. buys Judy Columbus Inc. (12792)

Judy Columbus Inc. Real Estate and Relocation will soon be under new management. The company has been acquired by Hunt Real Estate Corp. Judy Columbus will become Hunt’s 14th branch office in Western New York. With the acquisition Hunt now ...

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NY State Court of Claims awards man $3.8M due to injury suffered on job (12793)

A Genesee County man was awarded $3.8 million after a New York State Court of Claims Judge found him totally disabled from strenuous work, including construction, after he was injured on the job. Robert Woodhouse, a 37 year-old journeyman carpenter ...

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Two Rochester attorneys disciplined by Appellate Division, Fourth Department (12794)

The Appellate Division, Fourth Department, handled three attorney discipline matters, two involving attorneys from the Rochester area, in its latest round of decisions. They are: Matter Of David Isaac Berlowitz, An Attorney, Respondent. Grievance Committee Of The Seventh Judicial District, ...

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Continuing legal education program on evidence set for April 5 (12791)

Faust F. Rossi, Samuel S. Leibowitz Professor of Law and Trial Techniques at Cornell Law School, will present a program entitled “New York and Federal Evidence: Update and Comparisons” in conjunction with the Monroe County Bar Association’s Litigation Section Annual ...

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The ins and outs of art appraisals

A quick quiz. Why is a painting appraised at fair market value not acceptable for an insurance appraisal? How old can an appraisal be and still be valid for a charitable donation? What sales records are appropriate to use for ...

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Fed's interest rates dictate economy's direction

Last year’s Fed interest rate increases were aimed at thwarting the possibility that inflation would balloon out of control. Inflation is an economic condition in which the price of goods rise while their quality remains the same. Economic growth will ...

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Rochester attorney criticizes bankruptcy changes proposed by U.S. Congress

Jeffrey Freedman, senior partner of Jeffrey Freedman Attorneys At Law, spoke out against proposed changes to the bankruptcy law. The U.S. Senate approved a bankruptcy bill (S.420) that, if signed into law, will bring about the most dramatic changes in ...

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