Essential versus nonessential. For millions of federal workers, it's a critical distinction, and one that agency inspectors general are likely to take a close look at once the government shutdown end
Essential versus nonessential. For millions of federal workers, it?s a critical distinction, and one that agency inspectors general are likely to take a close look at once the government shutdown end
Assembly Democrats retained Marc Kasowitz of Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman and Senate Republicans have brought in former Southern District U.S. Attorney Michael Garcia, now a partner at Kirklan
... Attorneys for Plaintiff-Relator: Douglas J. Rose, Esq., of Counsel, Tully Rinckey PLLC, Albany, NY. Attorneys for Defendants: John...
Mark S. Ochs, of counsel at Tully Rinckey, traces ethics opinions issued by a number of states on the topic of attorneys using social media as an investigative tool, either through passive reading or
Presiding Justice Karen Peters said Thursday that the temporary transfer is designed as a stopgap while a new chief attorney is sought for the department's Committee on Professional Standards, which
A civilly confined sex offender who was neither present nor represented when a judge barred him from communicating with his children was denied procedural due process, a unanimous upstate appellate p
...Attorneys for Plaintiff: Douglas J. Rose, Esq., Of Counsel: Tully Rinckey PLLC, Albany, NY. Attorneys For Defendants: Timothy...
...Protection Act of 2005. Robert Rock, senior counsel to Tully Rinckey and a longtime bankruptcy attorney, said a recent study showed that...
...Herrera, A/k/a Ronald Douglas Herrera-Castellanos, ap Tully Rinckey, PLLC, Albany, N.Y. (Gregory T. Rinckey of counsel), for appellant...
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