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Proposed legislation would ban non-compete agreements

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — This week on Empire State Weekly, working professionals and other advocates have pushed for the governor to sign legislation that would ban non-compete…

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Legal experts weigh in on mistrial in cold case murder trial

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Lots of questions remain unanswered, after the trial of Timothy Williams, the accused killer of 14 year-old Rochester girl, came to an abrupt halt Wednesday.…

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How familial DNA plays a key role in trial of 1984 murder

ROCHESTER, N.Y. – Timothy Williams is accused of raping and murdering 14-year-old Wendy Jerome in 1984 on Webster Avenue. It took years, and years of working the case to get…

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Cannabis Control Board approves lawsuit settlement: what happens next?

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — The Cannabis Control Board voted to approve a settlement for two lawsuits, one of which was filed by NY veterans, claiming that they were left out of…

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VETCON brings veteran entrepreneurs together

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — The annual Veterans in Economic Transition Conference works to connect veteran business owners with work opportunities. Anthony Kuhn, VETCON Chair, said…

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New York settles lawsuit over legal cannabis rollout, clearing the way for dispensary openings

New York voted to settle an ongoing cannabis lawsuit Monday, clearing the way for hundreds of pending dispensary openings. CBS New York’s Jennifer McLogan met with the…

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Will NY’s Pay Transparency Law end wage discrimination?

New York State has embarked on a significant legislative journey to address wage disparities with its new Pay Transparency Law. The law requires employers to disclose salary…

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Over 200 turkeys given away for annual Turkeys for Veterans program

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Local businesses came together on Tuesday to provide free Thanksgiving turkeys to veterans and their families. Officials from the law firm Tully Rinckey…

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Mental health not costing many troops security clearances, data shows

For years, military leaders have insisted that troops in need of mental health care should reach out without worrying it will adversely impact their professional path. Yet despite…

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Outside general counsel – Always part of the relationship between business and law

When it comes to legal representation, it’s not uncommon for companies to utilize outside general counsel in addition to or in place of inside general counsel. A 2023 report…

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