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Philadelphia firm opens office in Rochester

Rochester attorney Bernadette Catalana has become of counsel to the Philadelphia-based law firm of Lavin, O’Neil, Ricci, Cedrone & DiSipio, which has opened a local office. Catalana is an experienced litigator who focuses her practice ...

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Phillips Lytle LLP launches new website

Phillips Lytle LLP has a new website — www.phillipslytle.com — featuring user-friendly search tools. The firm has spent nearly a year creating a completely new site that showcases the talents of its staff and the depth of its capabilities.

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Firm creates foreclosure defense dept.

While law firms have long represented banks and other mortgage holders in foreclosure proceedings, at least one local law firm has seen opportunity on the other end.

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Mann Bracken loses collection licenses

Regulators in Maryland this week revoked the collection agency licenses of defunct law firm Mann Bracken LLP, the nail in the coffin of what was once one of the largest debt collectors in the country.

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Local law firm marks diamond anniversary

The Internet was more than two decades away from development when Charles B. Forsyth and his sons opened their law firm in 1950 in downtown Rochester. They had no way of knowing a global computer network ...

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Heslin Rothenberg forms university group

Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti PC, an intellectual property law firm with offices in Albany and Rochester this week announced the formation of a university practice group to address the growing need for the protection and commercialization ...

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Law firm fined for circumventing IRS levy

A law firm that was subject to federal tax levies on a partner’s “salary” was required to surrender to the government the funds that it instead paid to the partner as “draws,” the Second Circuit ruled this week in affirming judgment.

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