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Discrimination complaint sufficient to proceed

In a decision handed down last week, Judge Guido Calabresi found plaintiff’s complaint adequate to sustain a discrimination and retaliation suit against her former employer, vacating in part and remanding in part the ruling in Gregory v. Daly, 78 F. ...

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IRS simplifies retirement acct. distribution rules

The Internal Revenue Service recently announced sweeping changes to the distribution rules for individual retirement accounts and qualified retirement plans. These new proposed rules simplify the way distributions are calculated, allow you to change previous distribution choices and give more ...

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Family Court attorney is avid antique collector

Remember the Maxfield Parrish exhibit at Rochester’s Memorial Art Gallery in 2000? Three of the pieces you saw there were from the personal collection of Court Attorney Jason Karp and his wife Sandra Lake. A long-time Parrish fan and avid ...

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NY State Bar Association votes to permit cameras in courtrooms

The New York State Bar Association’s governing body (House of Delegates) voted over the weekend to bring cameras and audio recordings back into New York’s trial courts and called for a nationwide moratorium on the death penalty. The cameras in ...

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Discrimination complaint sufficient to proceed (8063)

In a decision handed down last week, Judge Guido Calabresi found plaintiff’s complaint adequate to sustain a discrimination and retaliation suit against her former employer, vacating in part and remanding in part the ruling in Gregory v. Daly, 78 F. ...

Read More »

IRS simplifies retirement acct. distribution rules (8066)

The Internal Revenue Service recently announced sweeping changes to the distribution rules for individual retirement accounts and qualified retirement plans. These new proposed rules simplify the way distributions are calculated, allow you to change previous distribution choices and give more ...

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Family Court attorney is avid antique collector (8067)

Remember the Maxfield Parrish exhibit at Rochester’s Memorial Art Gallery in 2000≠ Three of the pieces you saw there were from the personal collection of Court Attorney Jason Karp and his wife Sandra Lake. A long-time Parrish fan and avid ...

Read More »

NY State Bar Association votes to permit cameras in courtrooms (12814)

The New York State Bar Association’s governing body (House of Delegates) voted over the weekend to bring cameras and audio recordings back into New York’s trial courts and called for a nationwide moratorium on the death penalty. The cameras in ...

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Kodak patent attys. work closely with inventors

What do all patent attorneys at Eastman Kodak have in common? Some type of technical or scientific degree as a precursor to their law degree. In fact, several of the 28 counselors on Kodak’s Rochester patent law team took advantage ...

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Recovering health insurance benefits at trial

Blame it on word processors, or the innate conservatism of the legal profession, which hates to get rid of language that’s been used for years; as often as a personal injury plaintiff is alleged to be sick, sore, lame and ...

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Kodak patent attys. work closely with inventors (8059)

What do all patent attorneys at Eastman Kodak have in common≠ Some type of technical or scientific degree as a precursor to their law degree. In fact, several of the 28 counselors on Kodak’s Rochester patent law team took advantage ...

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Recovering health insurance benefits at trial (8060)

Blame it on word processors, or the innate conservatism of the legal profession, which hates to get rid of language that’s been used for years; as often as a personal injury plaintiff is alleged to be sick, sore, lame and ...

Read More »