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Sterling settlement OK’d

The Monroe County Legislature on May 14 authorized a $7,055,000 settlement in a lawsuit filed against the county by Frank Sterling, who was exonerated in 2010 after he was wrongfully convicted of murder. Sterling was convicted in 1992 of killing ...

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Media file suit to challenge execution secrecy

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The Associated Press and four other news organizations filed a lawsuit Thursday challenging the secret way in which Missouri obtains the drugs it uses in lethal injections, arguing the state’s actions prohibit public oversight of the ...

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Arent Fox files lawsuit in Medley Centre project

New York City law firm Arent Fox LLP has filed suit against Japanese companies Nomura Credit & Capital Inc. and NCCMI Inc., claiming they reneged on contractual obligations and lending commitments to a public-private project in Monroe County that included ...

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Lawsuit: Male stripper did show at nursing home

WEST BABYLON (AP) — A lawsuit claims an elderly woman was subjected to an unwanted performance by a male stripper when she was living at a New York nursing home. The lawsuit was filed last month by the relatives of ...

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Student can proceed with suit over house party

Student residents of an off-campus house at the College at Brockport were responsible for maintaining the property in a safe condition, but did not have a duty to protect a party attendee from his own voluntary intoxication, an appeals court ...

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Judge: Decision in A-Rod suit must be public

NEW YORK — A federal judge said Alex Rodriguez cannot file portions of arbitrator Fredric Horowitz’s decision under seal as part of a lawsuit seeking to overturn the one-year suspension from baseball given to the New York Yankees third baseman. ...

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Lawsuit: Super Bowl tickets too expensive

NEWARK, N.J. — A New Jersey man has sued the National Football League, accusing it of pricing average football fans out of the Super Bowl. Josh Finkelman, of New Brunswick, said the NFL only made 1 percent of all tickets ...

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Suit challenging laptop searches tossed

NEW YORK — A New York City judge has thrown out a lawsuit by a photojournalism organization and others challenging laptop computer searches at U.S. borders. Judge Edward Korman granted the government’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit on Tuesday. Civil ...

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Injured skier claims Song Mountain liable

A woman who broke her hip at an Onondaga County ski resort nearly seven years ago is trying to get her claim re-instated. Michelle Rudderow represents Christina J. Tone, who was injured Feb. 25, 2007, when she fell or jumped ...

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