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Tully Rinckey opens new Buffalo office

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Tully Rinckey opens new Buffalo office

By: Daily Record Staff
June 25, 2014
 

The law firm Tully Rinckey PLLC has moved its Buffalo law office into a newly constructed and larger location near Williamsville, where it has leased 5,090 square feet of office space at 5488 Sheridan Drive.

As of today, the office is open for business.

“Our firm continues to find that the Western New York legal market is ripe for business growth and development,” said Mathew B. Tully, Tully Rinckey founding partner.

Tully Rinckey, founded in 2004 in Albany, is a full service veteran-owned firm. Its Buffalo expansion continues the firm’s upstate growth, which began in August 2012 with the opening of an office in Syracuse. The Buffalo office opened in January 2013, and the Rochester office, last July.

Tully Rinckey’s legal services include family and matrimonial law, criminal defense, labor and employment law, personal injury, estate planning, Social Security law, bankruptcy, military law and appellate law.

 

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