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Jul 1, 2011

Getting justice to measure up

Rochester attorney Amy Bach wants to make the judicial system more just. She has started a new foundation, Measures for Justice Institute, to rank the performance of local trial courts throughout the nation, providing a yardstick for those within the system to gauge how they measure up.

May 27, 2011

Top judges talk about preserving justice system

New York is not the only state trying to do more with less. The impact of court under funding was discussed Thursday by Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman and several other Northeast judges at a hearing on the critical need for access to justice ...

May 18, 2011

Court employees dealing with layoffs

The numbers are in. After weeks of cost-cutting measures to minimize layoffs, the New York State Unified Court System on Wednesday announced 367 employees would be terminated effective June 1 from its workforce of more than 15,000.

Mar 15, 2011

Federal courts may shut down under impasse

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The nation’s courts may be forced to close down if the current budget battle between Republicans and Democrats leads to a government shutdown, a federal judge said Tuesday. If the government shuts down ...

Aug 20, 2010

Job Discrimination: Robinson v. Delphi Corp.

U.S. District Court, Western District of New York Job Discrimination Equally-Qualified Job Candidates — Inference of Improper Discrimination Robinson v. Delphi Corp. 08-CV-6361 Judge Telesca Background: The plaintiff, a female, alleges that she was qualified for the position for which defendant sought applicants and that despite her qualifications, she was denied employment because of her [&hell[...]

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