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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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Arizona National Guard pilot wins appeal of medical care denial

Arizona Air National Guard pilot Christine Kjornes spent years battling the Department of Defense for medical benefits and pay after health conditions forced her from the cockpit.…

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New York Liquor Authority special committee starting to make progress on application backlog

For nearly three months now, a special committee formed by the New York State Liquor Authority has been addressing what was a backlog of roughly 6,000 applications. Since its…

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New York state senator calls challenge to new even-year election law ‘baloney’

Under a new state law, starting in 2025, local elections outside of New York City, with some exceptions including offices like judges, sheriffs and district attorneys, will move…

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Consumer Alert: More couples get engaged on Valentine’s Day than almost any other holiday — so let’s talk about pre-nups

ROCHESTER, N.Y. – When couples get engaged, they don’t think about the fact that they’re entering into a contract. And either you can set the terms of that contract, or the…

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Congress ponders new discrimination protections for older employees

A bill in the House would boost protections against discrimination of older workers, protections that were weakened by the Supreme Court back in 2009. It is called the Protecting…

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Judge grants bail to Syracuse inmate who says Onondaga Co. Sheriff’s Deputies beat him

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Ozell Stanley has the opportunity to post bail and leave the Onondaga County Justice Center in Syracuse to receive medical treatment after his family accused…

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What to know about the Corporate Transparency Act

BUFFALO, N.Y. — The U.S. Department of Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, or FinCEN, will soon have more information to battle the unknown in Corporate…

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North Syracuse cannabis ‘social club’ likely violating state laws, expert says

A North Syracuse business owner is standing firm that his “social club” is operating legally by providing a place for people to learn about cannabis and at times smoke…

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Military members continue to face harsh marijuana penalties despite Biden’s pardons

President Joe Biden in 2022 and again in December pardoned thousands of Americans who were convicted of simple possession of marijuana. Biden, in a tweet, said: “Too many…

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I-Team: Cannabis enforcement rules, abilities at state and local level

The Haven Coalition is still operating one week after police in the village released a laundry list of alleged problems the business is causing in North Syracuse. Police describe…

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