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Tully Rinckey Announces New Equity Partner Class of 11

Tully Rinckey Announces New Equity Partner Class of 11    January 23, 2020 – Albany, N.Y. – On January 2, 2020, the firm promoted 11 existing Partners to Equity Partner…

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Aircraft leasing, financial services and tech lure Dentons to Dublin, not Brexit

Dublin’s attraction for the world’s biggest law firm seems to have little to do with Brexit. Dentons, which employs more than 10,000 lawyers in 73 countries, has opened in the…

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World’s largest law firm Dentons to open Dublin office

Dentons, the world’s largest law firm by number of lawyers, plans to open an Irish office led by former senior William Fry partner Eavan Saunders. It aims to build out a…

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Guardsman fired from the Postal Service in 2000 for military service receives notice to return to work

A nearly two-decades long legal battle entered a new phase this week when a soldier received notice to return to his job with the U.S. Postal Service after being fired in 2000.…

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Veteran fired for excessive military leave gets post office job back after 20 years

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Richard Erickson was terminated from the Fort Myers post office nearly 20 years ago for excessive military leave, but as of today he finally has his job back.…

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Albany Moves To Shutter Corner Store

After a fourth shooting death this year outside a corner store in the city, Albany officials are taking steps to close the business. Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan says the city is…

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Fired Air Force Academy Commandant Plans to File Complaint

The former commandant of cadets at the Air Force Academy intends to file an Article 138 redress of wrongs complaint under the Uniform Code of Military Justice in coming weeks to…

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300 Capital Region Veterans, Service Members Get Free Turkeys

Something everyone can be grateful for this Thanksgiving Day: Our active duty service members and veterans, who protect us day in and day out. For the last 11 years, one local…

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Tully Rinckey providing 300 free turkeys to active and former military members

The Capital Region is working to make this Thanksgiving a special one for those who served our country. Tully Rinckey Legal Services in Albany is providing 300 free turkeys to…

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IG found former academy commandant misused travel, had poor command climate; she will seek redress for firing

An inspector general report released Thursday found Brig. Gen. Kristin Goodwin, former commandant of cadets at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado, failed to…

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