- State attorney general sues tanning firms
Two New York indoor-tanning chains are under fire from the state’s top legal officer for allegedly hiding skin cancer risks.
- Domino's franchisee to pay $120,000 to settle labor law violations
A former Rochester-area Domino’s Pizza Corp. franchisee has agreed to pay $120,000 to settle multiple labor-law violation charges, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Tuesday.
- Put low interest rates to work in estate planning strategies
- FTC eyes impact of merger
- RBTL warns of scam ticket sites
The Rochester Broadway Theatre League Inc. issued a warning about fraudulent websites selling tickets to shows at the Auditorium Theatre.
- Former exec seeks $1.9M from Sutherland
- Area bankruptcy filings drop in first quarter
Rochester-area bankruptcy filings have continued to decline this year, showing a nearly 18 percent drop in the first quarter.
- Court keeps injunction against Kodak in place
Collins Inkjet Corp. is likely to succeed in an antitrust claim against Eastman Kodak Co., a Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals panel ruled last week.
- Bar owner wants city to pay for lost profits
- Bankruptcy could involve second area firm
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- Vargas files claim against school board over firing powers
Rochester City School District Superintendent Bolgen Vargas is taking legal action against the district’s board of education after the board voted to strip some firing powers.
- Affordable Furniture owner charged with tax fraud
An area furniture store owner accused of pocketing sales tax that should have been turned over to the state is charged with tax evasion.
- Anesthesiologist gets two-year sentence in phony-billing scheme
A Buffalo-area anesthesiologist, convicted last year of filing a false tax return and mail-fraud charges linked to a scheme to bilk University of Rochester Medical Center hospitals out $1.5 million, on Wednesday drew a two-year sentence.
- School districts agree to stop asking enrollees about immigration status
The Penfield, Pittsford, Spencerport, Gates Chili, Hilton, Manchester-Shortsville and Williamson school districts are among 20 upstate districts that have agreed to stop asking enrollees and their families or guardians about immigration status or citizenship, state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Thursday.
- Tully Rinckey receives state certification
Tully Rinckey PLLC is the first law firm to be certified as a service-disabled veteran-owned business under a program kicked off by the state last year, the firm said Thursday.
- Violent crimes in city drop 17 percent in 2014
Mayor Lovely Warren on Thursday said total violent crimes in the city of Rochester dropped 17 percent in 2014, with homicides falling 19 percent.
- 'Ground Round' name challenged by chain
- How changes in Cuba embargo affect travel, banking, exports, more