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NY companies affected by WTC attacks will receive IT recovery assistance (9958)

With more than 10,000 software companies across the state and some 120,000 employees, the New York State Software Network (NYSSNET) is reaching out to its members to provide free, professional services to companies struggling to recover from the World Trade ...

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Court finds no proof of lease agreement in lawsuit

A New York State Supreme Court judge has granted a defendant’s motion for summary judgment in part and denied the motion in part. In SubCarrier Communications v. James E. Verdi and James P. Verdi, individually and d/b/a City View Associates, ...

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Court finds no proof of lease agreement in lawsuit (8511)

A New York State Supreme Court judge has granted a defendant’s motion for summary judgment in part and denied the motion in part. In SubCarrier Communications v. James E. Verdi and James P. Verdi, individually and d/b/a City View Associates, ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs: October 12, 2001

In civil decisions handed down by the Appellate Division, Fourth Department, the court addressed an insurance agent’s liability for obtaining the improper type of coverage, and whether “law of the case” applied to a decision on summary judgment motion. CIVIL ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs: October 12, 2001 (9842)

In civil decisions handed down by the Appellate Division, Fourth Department, the court addressed an insurance agent’s liability for obtaining the improper type of coverage, and whether “law of the case” applied to a decision on summary judgment motion. CIVIL ...

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Proposed bill expands law enforcement authority

The proposed Anti Terrorism Act of 2001 contains many revisions of criminal law and procedure, as well as adjustments to immigration and trade law. The proposed legislation expands the authority of law enforcement agencies to conduct surveillance of both old ...

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Proposed bill expands law enforcement authority (8477)

The proposed Anti Terrorism Act of 2001 contains many revisions of criminal law and procedure, as well as adjustments to immigration and trade law. The proposed legislation expands the authority of law enforcement agencies to conduct surveillance of both old ...

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