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Founding Partner Mathew Tully explores new Buffalo office expansion

bjnnTully Rinckey moves to larger office in Buffalo

by Eric Reinhardt
Date: 6/25/2014

BUFFALO — Tully Rinckey PLLC, an Albany–based law firm that also operates a Syracuse office, has moved its Buffalo–area office into a new, larger space.

The 5,000-square-foot office, which is located near the suburb of Williamsville, opened for business on Tuesday, the law firm said in a news release.

The firm’s Buffalo expansion continues its Upstate growth, which began in August 2012 with the opening of its Syracuse office.

It opened the Buffalo office in January 2013 and the Rochester location opened last July, the law firm said.

“Our success in Western New York and the range of additional markets we have entered is attributable to the fact that we run our firm like a business, with dedicated support-staff departments that focus specifically on core functions innovative to law firms of our size to include recruiting, marketing, information technology, finance, and a range of other critical areas,” Mathew Tully, founding partner of Tully Rinckey, said in the news release.

Tully Rinckey attorneys specialize in the areas of family and matrimonial law, criminal defense, labor and employment law, personal injury, estate planning, Social Security law, bankruptcy, military law, and appellate law, according to its news release.

Tully Rinckey is a service-disabled, veteran-owned small business that has more than 50 attorneys across its six offices in upstate New York, Virginia, and the District of Columbia.


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