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65,000 live-and-work US visas available to credentialed professionals

The deadline for this year’s H-1B non-immigrant professional visa to the US is approaching, with updated filing requirements for 2020. An overhaul of the initial H-1B process…

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American economy increases demand for H-1B visa filings

Employers filing for H-1B visa’s earlier this year, likely to exceed the “cap” with e-filing changes taking place for the first time February 26, 2020 – Washington, DC –…

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Grainne Loughnane represents a new era of leadership in the business of law, Tully Rinckey embraces equality in its practice and leadership team

Grainne Loughnane represents a new era of leadership in the business of law, Tully Rinckey embraces equality in its practice and leadership team   24 February 2020 –…

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Pentagon’s JEDI Cloud Contract Put on Hold

On Thursday Judge Patricia Campbell-Smith of the U.S. Federal Claims Court ordered a temporary block on the Department of Defense’s (DOD) JEDI contract. Amazon was reportedly…

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Tully Rinckey appoints two banking consultants

Aaron McGarry and Laura Holtham have been appointed to the Tully Rinckey Ireland Dublin office as banking and finance consultants. McGarry and Holtham have extensive experience…

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Law students help military veterans in unique UB practicum

Anthony Kuhn knew it was a great idea and prodded professor Kim Diana Connolly at the University at Buffalo School of Law until it became a reality. Together they launched the…

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Crime Suppression Tool’s Effectiveness, Legality To Be Tested

The New York State Sheriffs’ Association is now employing a new “Crime Suppression Initiative.”  Its effectiveness, and legality, is likely going to be tested. CSI…

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Bartender applicant doesn’t get job, wins ruling for consulting fees

A veteran area bartender applied for a job at Orchard Tavern West in Guilderland. He didn’t get it. But he did win a judgment against the bar in small-claims court, because the…

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Tully Rinckey Announces New Equity Partner Class of 11

Tully Rinckey Announces New Equity Partner Class of 11    January 23, 2020 – Albany, N.Y. – On January 2, 2020, the firm promoted 11 existing Partners to Equity Partner…

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Guardsman fired from the Postal Service in 2000 for military service receives notice to return to work

A nearly two-decades long legal battle entered a new phase this week when a soldier received notice to return to his job with the U.S. Postal Service after being fired in 2000.…

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