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Tully Rinckey Names New CEO as Founders Set Sights Abroad

The midsize New York firm is focusing its attention on global expansion, starting this summer. Tully Rinckey has named a current partner as its new CEO as the firm updates its…

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Unsanitary conditions at Pettis Medical Center may have led to rise in potentially fatal infections, VA says

Office of Inspector General report faults lack of training, also reaffirms cover-up of Legionella outbreak in 2017 and 2018 Department of Veterans Affairs officials failed to…

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Tully Rinckey is getting a new CEO, as founders focus on international expansion

Mat Tully and Greg Rinckey, the founders of Albany law firm Tully Rinckey, will step aside next year to focus their efforts on growing the firm’s international offices.…

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Army reprimands retired four-star general in alleged groping incident from 25 years ago

WASHINGTON – The Army reprimanded a retired four-star general accused of groping the wife of a subordinate officer 25 years ago, signaling the service’s willingness to…

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Intel Community Watchdog Now Runs Revamped Whistleblower Center

A year after his swearing in as the central inspector general for the 17-agency intelligence community, Michael Atkinson laid out details of how the IC’s new Center for…

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Despite court decision, unions still feel impacts of Trump’s workforce executive orders

Soon after a federal district court overturned key provisions of the President’s three workforce executive orders last year, federal unions declared the court’s decision…

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Law school to offer fully online-only course on veterans law

The School of Law will debut its first online-only course this summer, a veterans law course that is the first of its kind in the U.S. Law students can earn three credits for…

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Why Did Convicted Rapist Not Receive Jail Time?

A Watertown bus driver convicted of raping a 14-year-old girl won’t serve time in prison. It’s a decision that’s sparked some outrage across the country. An…

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Tricare approved this disabled airman’s surgery, then stuck him with a $46K bill

First, Tricare approved the surgery that a retired and disabled Air Force master sergeant needed to correct a debilitating back disease and reimbursed his costs. Then, the…

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Rochester Drug Cooperative to pay $20 million fine in federal opioid settlement

Rochester, N.Y. (WHAM) — A regional drug wholesale cooperative based in Chili has agreed to pay a $20 million fine to the federal government over a five-year period for failure…

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