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State Environmental Quality Review Act compliance challenged in Ontario County (9347)

Do the petitioners, owners and operators of the Morgan Samuels Inn, have standing to sue the Ontario County Board of Supervisors for violations of the State Environmental Quality Review Act≠ Even assuming standing, have the petitioners asserted particular violations to ...

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State Environmental Quality Review Act compliance challenged in Ontario County

Do the petitioners, owners and operators of the Morgan Samuels Inn, have standing to sue the Ontario County Board of Supervisors for violations of the State Environmental Quality Review Act≠ Even assuming standing, have the petitioners asserted particular violations to ...

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Town of Webster charged with civil rights violations

Was the evidence of conspiracy to violate plaintiff’s civil rights sufficient to withstand defendants’ motion to dismiss in Michael Collichio v. Town of Webster and Cathryn Thomas, individually≠ Where plaintiff had secured the proper building permits for a renovation project, ...

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Empire State Development must turn over documents (9310)

Must the Empire State Development Corp. release copies of subpoenas duces tecum in its possession, which had been served by the New York County District Attorney’s Office during the course of an investigation, as a result of a petition filed ...

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Empire State Development must turn over documents

Must the Empire State Development Corp. release copies of subpoenas duces tecum in its possession, which had been served by the New York County District Attorney’s Office during the course of an investigation, as a result of a petition filed ...

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Law school grad finds niche in real estate

Principal of a full service real estate development, management, and brokerage company, Wendy Lane Dworkin, Esq. believes that law school was invaluable in teaching her to ask the right questions and properly research the issues. When only halfway through her ...

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Law school grad finds niche in real estate (9301)

Principal of a full service real estate development, management, and brokerage company, Wendy Lane Dworkin, Esq. believes that law school was invaluable in teaching her to ask the right questions and properly research the issues. When only halfway through her ...

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Skylight installer wins injury liability suit

Were the plaintiff’s actions the sole proximate cause of his injuries when he fell 15 to 20 ft. while caulking a skylight≠ Should the defendants be held liable for plaintiff’s injuries under Labor Law § 240≠New York Supreme Court Judge ...

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Skylight installer wins injury liability suit (9234)

Were the plaintiff’s actions the sole proximate cause of his injuries when he fell 15 to 20 ft. while caulking a skylight≠ Should the defendants be held liable for plaintiff’s injuries under Labor Law § 240≠New York Supreme Court Judge ...

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Commercial lease, sublease scrutinized in court

Did the plaintiff establish that defendants breached the lease agreement≠ Were there issues of material fact to preclude the CVS defendants’ counterclaims≠ New York Supreme Court Judge Thomas A. Stander reviewed these and related questions in Long Pond Romeo Land ...

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Commercial lease, sublease scrutinized in court (9209)

Did the plaintiff establish that defendants breached the lease agreement≠ Were there issues of material fact to preclude the CVS defendants’ counterclaims≠ New York Supreme Court Judge Thomas A. Stander reviewed these and related questions in Long Pond Romeo Land ...

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