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Albany legal market shakeup won’t slow down anytime soon

The Covid-19 pandemic has done little to slow down the pace of change in Albany’s legal market with more than 75 attorneys switching firms since January. The year started…

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Attorney answers questions on COVID-19 return to work concerns

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — As workers begin the transition back into work, the safety of themselves and their family remains a top concern. For Michelle Judd of Mattydale, this was a…

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Federal prosecutors add charges tied to post-protest arson in Rochester, Buffalo

Western New York has joined a growing number of regions across the country opting to prosecute individuals accused of post-protest vandalism with federal as well as state charges.…

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Tully Rinckey adds office in Saratoga Springs

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Albany area law firm Tully Rinckey PLLC said it plans to open an office in Saratoga Springs. The new location, Tully Rinckey’s 13th worldwide and…

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“This Is Huge”: Stories of Those Impacted by the Supreme Court’s Landmark Decision

Title VII officially prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or transgender status on a federal level. The battle for this decision began with Gerald Bostock…

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Supreme Court Ruling Cements, Expands Longstanding Protections for LGBTQ Feds

Sweeping nature of decision will make it harder for agencies to deny discrimination against gay and transgender employees. The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday issued a historic…

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4 big questions businesses are trying to answer as workers return

Can I take my employees’ temperature? Do I have to install plexiglass? How often do we really have to clean? These are some of the questions businesses are asking as more…

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Ex-DOD Watchdog Head Resigns After Trump Demotes Him

President Donald Trump’s recent firings of inspectors general won’t directly stop any investigations by their offices, but may have a chilling effect on…

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Watchdog Probes Threatened In Face Of Firings

The Pentagon’s former top watchdog announced his resignation on Tuesday, a little more than a month after President Donald Trump demoted him from his position as acting…

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Partisanship Aside, Trump Had Reason to Fire Michael Atkinson, Say Two Former CIA Whistleblowers

President Donald Trump, with some partisan fanfare, fired Intelligence Community Inspector General Michael Atkinson last month, saying that he had “no confidence” in him. …

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