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Estate planning and health care proxies require special methods during pandemic

Sharon Wick, an attorney with Phillips Lytle LLP, carried out the witnessing of a will last week in a client’s garage in Erie County. Maintaining the appropriate distance to avoid the potential spread of the COVID-19, Wick and her client, ...

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Ten from Phillips Lytle honored for pro bono work

Ten Phillips Lytle LLP attorneys were named to the 2016 New York State Bar Association Empire State Counsel Program for their pro bono work. Attorneys from Phillips Lytle’s Albany, Buffalo, Jamestown and Rochester offices included on the list are:  Spencer L. Durland, ...

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A conversation with Phillips Lytle’s new managing partner

Kevin M. Hogan will take over as managing partner of Phillips Lytle LLP on Jan. 1. Hogan, 54, will succeed David J. McNamara, who has been managing partner since 2007. McNamara will resume his practice focusing on business litigation and ...

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Law named Justinian Medal recipient

Michael R. Law, a partner with Phillips Lytle LLP, has been selected as the recipient of St. John Fisher College’s 2014 Justinian Medal. The annual Justinian Order Medal reception will take place from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the ...

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Phillips Lytle hosts Start-Up NY seminar

A lot of questions still surround the new Start-Up NY program launched by the governor last fall to jump-start the state’s economic engine. To help answer some of those questions, Phillips Lytle LLP invited various business people to an informational ...

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Phillips Lytle reaps benefits of new Buffalo office

The distance is only 350 feet, but the move of Phillips Lytle LLP’s Buffalo office will take the law firm well into the future. Essentially, the firm crossed the road — from the north to the south side of I-190, ...

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Phillips Lytle attorney discusses bullying

Alisa A. Lukasiewicz, special counsel in the Buffalo office of Phillips Lytle LLP, was a guest recently on On Target, a radio program hosted by state Supreme Court Justice Penny Wolfgang. The two discussed bullying prevention and The Dignity Act, ...

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