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VetCon conference bridges gap for veteran owned businesses and work opportunities

Building community relationships and bridging the gap for disabled veteran business owners is the mission behind a Colonie-based conference called the Veterans in Economic…

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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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New York Cannabis Control Board postpones vote on lawsuit settlements

New York’s Cannabis Control Board had plans Friday to vote on settlements for two lawsuits that for several months have kept roughly 400 dispensary licensees from opening…

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Two women sue Albany County jail over alleged rape, sexual abuse

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Two women are suing Albany County, the Albany County Sheriff’s Office and the Albany County Correctional Facility, alleging they were raped and…

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Continuous vetting for trust and security clearance is easier said than done

Growing numbers of federal employees are about to come under what’s known as continuous vetting. Public databases automatically monitored by security officials to make sure you…

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Who qualifies for Uber and Lyft settlement money in NY?

CAPITAL REGION, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Uber and Lyft will have to pay more than $300 million to settle a lawsuit with New York State, after an investigation found the companies…

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