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Tag Archives: Monroe County Supreme Court

County case looks at no-fault divorce law

In a recent Monroe County Supreme Court domestic relations case interpreting New York’s 2010 “no-fault” law, the court found a plaintiff husband seeking dissolution can amend his complaint filed before the effective date of the no-fault law to take advantage ...

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Justice Barry seeking re-election

Monroe County Supreme Court Justice David Michael Barry is launching his campaign for a second 14-year term. First elected in 1998, he presides over the Seventh Judicial District which includes Monroe, Cayuga, Livingston, Ontario, Seneca, Steuben, Wayne and Yates counties. ...

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Transition continues in Monroe County courts

Monroe County Supreme Court Justice Joseph D. Valentino is now the supervising judge of the criminal courts. He replaces the Hon. Patricia D. Marks, who retired at the end of January. Judge Valentino was appointed recently by Judge Thomas M. Van Strydonck ...

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Divorce: Grace v. Grace

Monroe County Supreme Court Divorce Grace v. Grace 2009-13627 Judge Dollinger Background: In a divorce action, the plaintiff husband sought to dismiss the wife’s counterclaim that their separation agreement is unconscionable because there is an unequal distribution of equity from ...

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Contracts: Center for Disability Rights, Inc. v. County of Monroe

Monroe County Supreme Court Contracts Termination — Notice Center for Disability Rights, Inc. v. County of Monroe 2010-9905 Judge Ark Background: CDR petitions the Court to reverse Monroe County’s decision to terminate CDR’s participation in the New York State mandated ...

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Public Health Law: The Brightonian Nursing Home v. Daines

Monroe County Supreme Court Public Health Law Nursing Homes — Medicaid The Brightonian Nursing Home v. Daines 2009-13213 Judge Rosenbaum Background: Monroe County Supreme Court Judge Rosenbaum ruled New York State Public Health Law §2808(5)(c) unconstitutional due to its effect ...

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