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In The News - 2005


Albany Times Union

Fan of Country Music Sees Star in Baghdad

A local attorney serving in Iraq had at least one star-studded encounter. Maj. Mathew B. Tully of Niskayuna, a partner in the Albany law firm of Tully, Rinckey and Associates, is serving in Iraq with the 42nd Infantry Division from …

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Business_Review

Albany-Colonie Chamber to Hold Annual Small Business Awards Dinner

The Albany-Colonie Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business Council has named the finalists for its annual awards. The winners will be announced “Academy Awards-style” at the dinner program Sept. 29 at the Holiday Inn Turf on Wolf Road in Colonie. …

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JDBliss

Attorney Leaves Practice to Join Guard in Iraq

After escaping the World Trade Center on 9/11, Mathew Tully moved with his wife from New York City to upstate New York and opened a law practice – Tully, Rinckey & Associates of Albany. Tully is also a major with …

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Business_Review

Lawyer Who Defends Soldiers’ Rights Called to Duty in Iraq

On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, Mathew Tully was stopped in the lobby of 2 World Trade Center after terrorists slammed a plane into the building. Tully was a paralegal for Morgan Stanley at the time. By 8 p.m., …

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Government_Executive

Reservists Win Ruling on Use of Leave

Federal workers who served in the military reserves between 1994 and 2000 may be eligible for retroactive compensation because of a July 15 ruling by the Merit Systems Protection Board. A group of employees filed a claim with MSPB, alleging …

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Frontpage Mag

Talk Amongst Yourselves…

The federal Bureau of Prisons is holding 119 persons with “specific ties” to international Islamist terrorist groups, yet has no full-time Arabic translators or a system to monitor their communications, The Washington Times has learned. A congressional aide said Bureau …

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ADC

Mathew Tully Honored at Civil Rights Award Banquet

Traditionally, the Civil Rights Awards Luncheon is an opportunity for ADC to recognize a group of individuals for their outstanding service in protecting civil rights and liberties during the Convention. This year‘s luncheon was especially relevant as it also celebrated …

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Matthew Tully

Fighting Bias

Army National Guard Major and attorney Mathew B. Tully, who nearly lost his life in Manhattan on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, will be honored by the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee for pro bono representation of Hikmat Joe Mansour, a …

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Business_Review

Arab-American Group to Honor Albany Attorney for Pro-bono Work

A survivor of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in New York City has received the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee pro-bono attorney of the year award. Mathew Tully of Albany, N.Y., who escaped from his 65th floor office in the World …

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  • Tully Rinckey PLLC “Goes Red for Women”

    In an effort to raise awareness about heart disease in women, Tully Rinckey PLLC was proud to support National Wear Red Day on February 4, 2011. Employees were encouraged to wear red and donate to the American Heart Association, which …

  • A “Warm” Holiday Gift From Tully Rinckey PLLC

    In the holiday spirit the firm donated 28 coats to homeless veterans living in a transitional shelter in Albany this morning. Photos are below of Albany County Executive Mike Breslin, Albany Housing Coalition’s Executive Director Joseph Sluszka, residents of the …

  • Tully Rinckey “Goes Purple”

    In an effort to help Shine a Light on Domestic Violence, employees at Tully Rinckey PLLC are “going purple” for a good cause. The law firm held it’s first-ever “Go Purple” day, where employees were encouraged to wear purple and …

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