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Albany Business Review 40 Under 40 Alumni

Mathew B. Tully is the Founding Partner of Tully Rinckey PLLC and has practiced federal employment law for nearly 20 years. He valiantly served in the U.S. Army and deployed three…

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Military Attorney Sean Timmons Explains, “What Is a Military Divorce”

In 1999, Congress designated May, as Military Appreciation Month. According to Military.com, May was specifically selected because it’s the perfect time to honor the many…

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U.S. Military Risks a Decline in Female Troops Under Roe Rollback

U.S. troops could see their access to abortion severely curtailed if the Supreme Court overturns its landmark ruling on reproductive rights, potentially hurting military…

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Some lawmakers worry overturning Roe v. Wade will lead to loss of privacy rights

If the leaked draft decision from the Supreme Court stands, the constitutional right to an abortion will end. But, many worry its only the tipping point to a rollback of…

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Fact Check: Your boss is watching you

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — Do you ever feel like somebody’s watching you? These days they probably are, especially if we’re talking about your employer. Have you heard…

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Breaking down Roe v. Wade Supreme Court draft leak

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — An apparent first draft of a majority opinion from the Supreme Court leaked this week, laying out a justification for letting states apply different…

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Reversing Roe Would Harm Military Readiness, Abortion-Rights Advocates Warn

When Rachel VanLandingham was a lieutenant in the Air Force, she accompanied a female officer to a substandard medical facility in Seoul to get a “back-alley abortion.”…

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The Daily Record’s Power 20 Labor & Employment Law 2022

Tully Rinckey is pleased to announce that Partner Donald Chesworth has been named to the NY Daily Record’s Power 20 Labor and Employment Law list. This list includes lawyers who…

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Nowhere safe to hide: What online harassment is doing to service members and the military

Sexual advances, crude jabs, attacks and even doxxing — a practice where a person’s personal information is leaked publicly on the internet — bombard service members,…

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SHARED INTEL: How Russia’s war mongering compromises those holding security clearances

While global commerce is an important aspect of the world economy, individuals who hold national security clearances need to be aware that some of the activities they engage in…

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