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Know the risks before you go: The Air Force Academy will disenroll a cadet with less due process than either the Army or Navy Academies.

The United States Air Force Academy located in Colorado Springs, Colorado is the Air Force’s most prestigious and esteemed officer commissioning university program in the…

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Moving Out of State with Your Children. What are the Rights of the Other Parent?

If you share a child with another parent, whether an ex-spouse or not, moving out of state with that child in common can be a problem.  Unless the other parent consents, a…

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Welcome Saratoga! Tully Rinckey Opens New Office

On July 15, 2020, Tully Rinckey expanded its reach in the Capital District by opening an office at 125 High Rock Ave. in Saratoga Springs. We opened the office in Saratoga Springs…

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Courts in the Day of Covid- What it means for Litigants

The Covid-19 pandemic has reshaped just about every aspect of our daily lives, so it is no surprise that Court operations have changed as well. Slowly the Courts have reopened,…

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Legal Update: Durable Powers of Attorney: The Not So Merry-Go-Round 2020 Version

As of this writing, the New York State legislature has passed a bill to revise the statutory short form power of attorney yet again.  It only awaits the governor’s signature to…

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FMLA is the Best Option for Federal Employees Facing a Premature Return to the Office

With states all over the country lifting stay at home orders, many Federal Agencies are beginning to reopen and bringing teleworking employees back to the office, in phases. These…

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COVID-19’s Impact on Temporary Orders of Protection

COVID-19 has impacted every part of American life, including the Court system, and it will likely continue to for some time. With most New York civil courts closed until at least…

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Planning your Estate during the Coronavirus

When Bad Things Are Good Reminders As we venture into uncertain times around COVID-19, it may have caused you to realize that you either have not done your estate planning…

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New York State School Closures: Remote Learning & School District’s Continued Responsibilities and Obligations

In a preemptive strike against the spread of COVID-19 throughout New York State, Governor Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order on March 16th, 2020, mandating that all schools…

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What Employers Need to Know About the WARN Act in the Time of Coronavirus

Last week, Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered all non-essential businesses in New York to close in-office personnel functions.  While some employers will be shifting their workforces…

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