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Is Russia’s Wagner Group recruiting US veterans to fight in Ukraine?

The Wagner Group, Russia’s notorious private military company accused of war crimes and identified as a “significant transnational criminal organization” by the U.S.…

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Suit claiming lawyer was fired for cooperating with Cuomo sex harass probe is tossed

A judge has tossed a former New York state lawyer’s suit claiming he was fired for cooperating with the probe into sexual harassment allegations against ex-Gov. Andrew Cuomo.…

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Capital Region marijuana shop poised to be 1st in upstate NY

A Schenectady marijuana shop slated to start sales next month is poised to become the first legal cannabis store in upstate New York. Don Andrews, 34, always dreamed of having a…

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Tully Rinckey PLLC Rochester Office Adds Trusts & Estates Senior Associate

ROCHESTER, N.Y. – Tully Rinckey PLLC is pleased to announce the addition of Jason R. Snyder as a senior associate in the firm’s Rochester, NY office. Mr. Snyder focuses his…

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CNY hospitals watching closely as legal fight continues over New York’s vaccine mandate

Central New York hospitals are closely watching another legal battle over New York’s vaccine mandate for healthcare workers, which has required any professionals dealing…

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Questions of back pay and reinstatement swirl around troops who got kicked out for refusing COVID vaccine

NORFOLK, Va. — Advocates for the 8,400 military members who got separated from service because of their refusal to get COVID-19 vaccinations say, now that the vaccine mandate…

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Expect Legal Challenges to the Proposed FTC Noncompete Rule

Hiring and retaining workers are challenges every organization has to face, but a new proposed rule may further complicate the process. Recently, the Federal Trade Commission has…

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Pentagon not currently considering back pay for US troops separated for refusing COVID-19 vaccine

The Defense Department is backtracking on an earlier statement that appeared to open the possibility that the more than 8,400 U.S. service members who were separated for refusing…

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Hochul claims NYS Senate committee cannot block court pick Hector LaSalle

Gov. Kathy Hochul says the full state Senate must vote on the nomination of Hector LaSalle as New York’s top judge – regardless of what its Judiciary Committee decides – but…

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Another federal pension fix buried in the NDAA

Congress can be effective with details even as it screws up the big picture. For instance, Congress added four or five trillion dollars to the national debt in the last couple of…

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