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From Russia, with love

Their home may be halfway around the world, but their views of the legal profession are not so far apart from Americans’. While five Russian attorneys, visiting Rochester this week ...

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Attorneys: U.S. v. 777 Greene Ave.

U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit Attorneys Permission to Withdraw — Appellate Practice U.S. v. 777 Greene Ave. 08-5428-cvAppealed from Eastern District of New York Background: Vinoo P. Varghese, counsel for claimant-appellant Mary Mayo, moves for permission to withdraw as ...

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Prepaid legal plans bolster attorneys’ practices

Much of attorney Robert Johnson’s practice involves defending insurance claims against supermarkets and trucking companies. But for the past five years, he also has worked for several prepaid legal plans ...

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Attorneys for the child honored

Rochester attorney Lisa Morris is set to receive The Hon. Michael F. Dillon Attorneys for Children Award on June 22. Appellate Division, Fourth Department Presiding Justice Henry J. Scudder will present the award ...

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Should you charge by the clock?

Hourly rates have been a staple of law office invoices for decades. Still, some attorneys are finding, in a market dominated by a flagging economy and demanding clients, the once sacrosanct procedure of charging by the clock isn’t always the ...

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Check scams target solos, small firms

The basic scam goes like this: A new client calls or e-mails asking an attorney to act as intermediary in collecting a debt, obtaining a business loan or obtaining a lump sum alimony settlement.

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