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Tully Rinckey PLLC attorneys have been regularly featured on a variety of local and national news mediums. You may find links to full stories featuring our attorneys below.

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Andrew Cuomo’s ongoing legal drama

Sept. 26, 2022 – Attorney Derrick Hogan explains how former Gov. Andrew is going on the legal offensive against state Attorney General Letitia James, while also needing to…

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Does the Hatch Act Apply to You? Election Season Do’s and Don’ts

With the fall season comes football, pumpkin-flavored everything and Election Day. This year it’s the highly anticipated midterm elections, and federal employees may be…

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Empire State Weekly: Important dates set for legal cannabis

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — This week on Empire State Weekly, the legal cannabis industry is set to hit two major milestones. They are on September 26—the deadline to apply for a…

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Officials: Navy bribery case fugitive tried to get to Russia

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Since escaping two weeks ago, officials say the fugitive Malaysian defense contractor nicknamed “Fat Leonard” — who orchestrated one of the U.S. Navy’s…

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New York AG’s Trump civil lawsuit may not translate into criminal charges

On Wednesday, New York Attorney General Letitia James announced a new civil lawsuit against former President Donald Trump and his children, Donald Jr., Ivanka, and Eric, alleging…

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Trump legal team pushes back against Mar-a-Lago special master

Former President Donald Trump’s legal team and Justice Department officials attended the first special master hearing in Brooklyn, New York, Tuesday regarding the documents…

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Rep. Roy, Others Call for Ending Military COVID Vaccine Mandate

The Pentagon’s own inspector general says the military moved too fast in denying religious exemptions from the COVID vaccine mandate, fueling calls by Texas Congressman Chip…

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Consumer Alert: The price of the new car you order could change before your car is delivered. Here’s what you need to know before you buy

ROCHESTER, N.Y. – Are you on the hunt for a new car? You’ll probably have to wait for it. Gone are the days when you could just walk on a dealer’s lot, pick out your new car…

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VETCON: Combat-disabled veterans forge business ties at annual event in Albany

A conference is happening this November to connect New York’s service-disabled veteran small business owners with major players in their industry. The annual Veterans in…

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What are speed limiters? New vehicles could come with these installed if new bill becomes law

What’s in the bill? Senate Bill S9528 is currently in committee, and if passed by law, it would mandate the use of advanced safety technology in new vehicles in the state.…

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