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Tully Rinckey Builds on Buffalo Momentum

Buffalo Law Journal

By Matt Chandler

Following the opening of its Buffalo office earlier this year, Albany-based Tully Rinckey has added Rochester to its Western New York footprint.

The new office, located at 16 West Main St., Rochester, opened on July 22. It will be led by the firm’s newest partner, Peter Pullano, a longtime criminal defense attorney in Rochester.

“Our continued and sustained growth is due to our disciplined focus on exceptional client service,” said Tully Rinckey PLLC Managing Partner Greg Rinckey. “Based on our research the market is ripe for Tully Rinckey in Rochester. Our firm provides a unique, efficient, and innovative approach to the practice of law that we believe will lead to exponential growth for our firm in Western New York.”

Rinckey attributes the firm’s growth, in part, to its success in the practice areas of civil litigation, family and matrimonial, criminal defense, trusts and estates, Social Security law and real estate law.

Last year, Inc. magazine ranked Tully Rinckey PLLC No. 1,672 on its Inc. 5000 List of America’s Fastest Growing Companies. The firm saw its revenues increase 173 percent between 2008 and 2011.

Tully Rinckey was also recognized by the Albany Business Review as the sixth fastest growing business in New York’s Capital Region for 2013.

In addition to its Rochester office, Tully Rinckey has offices in Albany, Syracuse, Buffalo, Washington, D.C. and Arlington, Va.

 

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