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Tully Rinckey recently held a ribbon cutting and open house for its new office space at 400 Linden Oaks, Suite 110, Rochester.
The firm’s new 4,360-square-foot office space is one of seven Tully Rinckey locations servicing clients locally and nationally and will employ 10 attorneys and three legal support staff in various practice areas. Mark Johns, New York State Assembly, 135th District; William Smith, Pittsford town supervisor; Greg Rinckey, Tully Rinckey founding partner; and Peter Pullano, Tully Rinckey managing partner, were in attendance.
Tully Rinckey was founded by Mathew Tully and Rinckey, who have pioneered numerous landmark decisions impacting active duty and retired service members throughout the county.
Tully’s military career spans nearly two decades and includes several deployments overseas to Afghanistan, Iraq and Egypt. Tully was awarded a Purple Heart in September 2012 and Bronze Star in February 2013 for his military service.
Greg Rinckey served as a former federal prosecutor and active duty Army judge advocate general. He currently represents members of the military throughout the nation on high profile military and national security legal matters. The office is managed by firm partner, Pullano who has practiced in Rochester for nearly 30 years and is the recipient of the Monroe County Bar Association’s Charles Crimi Award, the St. Nicholas Society’s Man of the Year Award and the Rochester Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Award.