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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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Man in Chili’s Double Murder to Face Death Penalty

Federal authorities have made the decision to seek the death penalty against the man who admitted to killing two former co-workers. U.S. Attorney General William Barr has…

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ADVISORY: Premium Processing for all H-1B Visas Resumes, Indicating a Move Toward Faster Approval

March 13, 2019—Washington, D.C.— The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has just announced that it has resumed premium processing for all H-1B visa…

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Business of the Week: Tully Rinckey

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. – The law firm of Tully Rinckey is the Greater Binghamton Chamber Business of the Week. Founded and headquartered in Albany, the firm currently has nine…

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Furloughed Feds Should Avoid GoFundMe, Ethics Office Says

Many furloughed federal workers took dramatic steps to stay financially afloat during the recent government shutdown. Some took on second jobs; others took out loans through their…

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Public Safety or Right To Privacy? Bill To Limit Arrest Info

As part of the state budget plan, Gov. Cuomo announced a proposal to change the  mug shots are released by state law enforcement. If enacted, the proposal would alter the…

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Soldier who shot himself in head appeals Army’s decision to deny benefits

Army Spc. Kevin Holyan arrived especially early at the Hopkinsville, Ky., home of his former barracks mate, who had been promoted to sergeant and was celebrating with a party that…

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Use of cash advances snares some small businesses

Daniel T. Kane was recently quoted in The Daily Gazette’s recent article on confessions of judgment against startup and small businesses. Here’s an excerpt: A local contractor…

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INSIGHT: Three Options for Federal Employees Caught in Government Shutdown

Federal employees are anxiously awaiting their paychecks following the end to the partial government shutdown while their bank accounts are dwindling. Tully Rinckey’s Michael W.…

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Islamberg: ‘Where Are the Terrorism Charges?’

Islamberg is still reeling after four people were arrested for foiling an alleged plot to attack their community. Community members are happy no plan ever came to fruition, but…

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