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Upcoming Monroe County Bar Assn. CLE events for March

Are you wondering about recent trends in DWI cases or how to survive practicing law or the current economics of matrimonials∴ The Monroe County Bar Association has the answers to these questions and many more. The MCBA is hosting three ...

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Supreme Court of New Jersey clarifies sports injury precedents (8015)

In Schick v. Ferolito, (A-108-99) Supreme Court of New Jersey, the Court faced the question whether a heightened standard of care applies to participants in the game of golf. After reviewing the facts and precedents, Judge Jaynee LaVecchia ruled that ...

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Commentary: An update on foreign sales corporations (8017)

In our last article on Foreign Sales Corporations (FSC’s) we covered several items including the World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling that the tax benefits of an FSC constitute a prohibited export subsidy, the October 1, 2000 deadline for the U.S. ...

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Spotlight on Chief Clerk of local appellate court (8019)

Behind the scenes in every court are a number of people that make the system work. Television, movies, and personal experience give us a glimpse of the judges’ responsibilities and the attorneys’ roles. On the other hand, very few of ...

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Local lacrosse team begins working with charity (8020)

For the first time, the Rochester Knighthawks have adopted a charity to benefit from its lacrosse season.The Knighthawks are applying the successful Rochester Americans frisbee toss to support The Arc Foundation of Monroe. The foundation raises and manages funds for ...

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Upcoming Monroe County Bar Assn. CLE events for March (12786)

Are you wondering about recent trends in DWI cases or how to survive practicing law or the current economics of matrimonials≠ The Monroe County Bar Association has the answers to these questions and many more. The MCBA is hosting three ...

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Man's diary tells of negative side to warm weather (8013)

After a spell of cold snowy conditions in early March there are those who are left dreaming of “escaping” down south. From the Internet comes this item from someone who apparently did.Here is his diary:April 10: Florida is fantastic. Just ...

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Police conduct upheld in civil rights lawsuit (12783)

A Rochester Federal jury vindicated three Livingston County Deputy Sheriffs late last week after a five day trial. The three deputies, represented by Michael Damia of Harris Chesworth & O’Brien, testified in their own defense in the civil case brought ...

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Video replay of domestic violence seminar scheduled (12784)

Volunteer Legal Service Project will offer a video replay of its February 9, 2001 CLE seminar on representing victims of domestic violence in order of protection proceedings. The replay seminar will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on ...

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Area judges volunteer at Domestic Violence Court

In an effort to streamline cases and reduce the waiting time for anyone who appears in Monroe County Family Court Domestic Violence Intensive Intervention Court has redesigned its game plan.Judges from Rochester City Court and Surrogate’s Court are volunteering in ...

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