Recent Articles from Bennett Loudon
A Buffalo-based attorney has been appointed general counsel at Greenlight Networks, the high-speed fiber internet service provider.
Five Star Bank has filed a malpractice lawsuit against Harter Secrest & Emery LLP for alleged mishandling of a class-action case in a Pennsylvania court.
The company that operates the concessions at the Seneca Park Zoo and three other locations in New York is being sued by former employees claiming they are owed back wages.
“She’s aware that if you’re going to take on something new, that probably means something else needs to be taken off the plate. She’s really sharp in terms of the financial circumstances of the association and how we work and what we’re capable of doing,”
State officials say seven unlicensed cannabis dispensaries in Cayuga, Oswego, and Wayne counties that were also illegally selling cannabis to underage customers have been shut down.
Empire State Development is the economic development wing of New York state, and Fox O’Sullivan is responsible for ESD projects in a nine-county area.
Back when U.S. District Court Judge Frank P. Geraci Jr. was a Rochester City Court judge he recognized that many of the young defendants that came before him had troubled lives with a multitude of issues that regular courts were not equipped to address.
“Lori O’Brien is the perfect leader to follow Ken Perri,” said Retired Court of Claims and acting state Supreme Court Justice Richard A. Dollinger, a member of the LawNY Board of Directors.
Former Democrat and Chronicle sports editor Steven Bradley has filed a discrimination lawsuit, saying he was racially discriminated against.
Attorney Kristen J. Thorsness has joined the Rochester office of Bond, Schoeneck & King as counsel, concentrating on Title IX federal athletics regulations and gender equity in college and scholastic athletics. Thorsness, 63, is a 1984 Olympic gold medalist as part of the first U.S. women’s rowing team ever to win Olympic gold. She is […]