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Profile: Dixon takes on new role (access required)

Cressida A. Dixon, deputy managing member of the Perinton office of Bond, Schoeneck & King, will work with managing member Edward P. Hourihan Jr. on hiring, budgets, growth strategy, and staff issues. (Bennett Loudon)

Cressida Dixon, chair of the trust and estates department at Bond, Schoeneck & King, is now deputy managing member of the Rochester office. “I’m very excited about taking on new opportunities on the management side. This is a great opportunity ...

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5LINX case moves closer to trial (access required)

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The defendants in the 5LINX fraud case are asking for extra peremptory challenges and private questioning of prospective jurors. Attorneys on Tuesday also will argue a motion asking U.S. Magistrate Judge Jonathan W. Feldman to order the prosecution to provide ...

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Karma companies trying to settle complaint (access required)

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Pittsford-based Karma Culture LLC operates on the principle that “if you do something positive, you’ll get something positive in return,” according to the company’s website. Their Karma Wellness Water, a bottle of water with a flavoring, vitamins and other ingredients ...

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5LINX defendant’s house up for sale

One of three former 5LINX executives facing federal fraud charges has reached an agreement with the U.S. Attorney’s Office allowing him to sell a house the government wants to seize and have the proceeds held by the government until the ...

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Xerox sued over leasing fees and business practices

A California company has filed a federal lawsuit against Xerox Corp., seeking class-action status, claiming the global document technology company charges excessive and illegal fees for services, equipment and supplies. “Xerox induces individuals and entities to contract for equipment and ...

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Corinthian College students get loan forgiveness

A coalition of state and federal agencies have reached a $183.3 million settlement with Aequitas Capital Management Inc., a financial services firm under SEC-imposed receivership that provided loans to students at the now-defunct Corinthian College. The settlement is subject to ...

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