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Utilities: Matter of National Fuel Gas Distribution Corporation v. Public Service Commission of the State of New York

New York State Court of Appeals Utilities Cost Recoupment Matter of National Fuel Gas Distribution Corporation v. Public Service Commission of the State of New York No. 33 Appealed from the Third Department Background: In this appeal, the court considers ...

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Petition to expand waste disposal facility denied (10142)

Is the petitioner, who pled guilty to federal tax related crimes, the victim of improper discrimination after its petition to expand a municipal solid waste disposal facility was denied by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation≠ This was ...

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Petition to expand waste disposal facility denied

Is the petitioner, who pled guilty to federal tax related crimes, the victim of improper discrimination after its petition to expand a municipal solid waste disposal facility was denied by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation≠ This was ...

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Court resolves ‘Choice of Law’ issue (9880)

Since intangible assets have no physical location, does the law of New York or Canadian law determine a secured creditor’s interest in a New York debtor’s right to a refund from a Canadian company≠ This was the central issue in ...

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Court resolves ‘Choice of Law’ issue

Since intangible assets have no physical location, does the law of New York or Canadian law determine a secured creditor’s interest in a New York debtor’s right to a refund from a Canadian company≠ This was the central issue in ...

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Pit bull attack lawsuit against Rochester, Humane Society dismissed

Should the City of Rochester and the Humane Society have prevented a pit bull attack on the plaintiff≠ In Lemar Hunter v. City of Rochester and The Humane Society of Rochester and Monroe County, the defendants filed two motions to ...

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Rights under ‘Exit Agreement’ deemed ambiguous (9743)

Is the language of an “Exit Agreement” between the plaintiff and defendant ambiguous≠ In Rochester Gas and Electric Corp. v. Niagara Mohawk Corp., the plaintiff asked New York State Supreme Court Judge Thomas Stander to grant its motion for summary ...

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Rights under ‘Exit Agreement’ deemed ambiguous

Is the language of an “Exit Agreement” between the plaintiff and defendant ambiguous≠ In Rochester Gas and Electric Corp. v. Niagara Mohawk Corp., the plaintiff asked New York State Supreme Court Judge Thomas Stander to grant its motion for summary ...

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Revised NY building, energy codes effective July 3

Will the new building and energy codes reduce development costs in New York State≠ That was part of the motivation behind a series of code amendments culminating from a 1998 project that was launched to overhaul the state’s building, fire ...

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