- Fidelis Care expands Rochester presence, adds staff
Fidelis Care plans to significantly ramp up its Rochester-area presence, significantly expanding its local administrative offices, officials of the health insurer said Wednesday.
- No end in bagel battle
- Photonics firms agree to settle a bitter dispute
- Bonadio Group names Terrigino as head of SBA Rochester team
The Bonadio Group has named partner Steven Terrigino as the leader of its Small Business Advisory team in Rochester.
- $20M settles lawsuit
- The Record
- NLRB allows graduate students to unionize
- Developer Fleet pleads guilty to federal charge
- Bankruptcy filings decline 12.7% in August
Area bankruptcy filings fell in August. The 110 new bankruptcies filed in the federal Western District of New York’s Rochester division last month showed a 12.7 percent decline from the 126 cases filed in the division in August 2015.
- Schneiderman pursues probe
- Judge rejects motion in staffing firm case
For the time being at least, TES Staffing Inc. can stay in business.
- Labor group files suit to revive RCSD school modernization deal
The Rochester Building Trades Council has filed a state court action in a bid to reinstate a canceled labor agreement covering the Rochester City School District’s $1.3 billion school modernization project.
- Phillips Lytle names next managing partner
Phillips Lytle LLP plans to install a new managing partner next year, officials of the law firm said Monday.
- Tully Rinckey moves firm HQ to Linden Oaks
Tully Rinckey PLLC has moved to new Rochester-area quarters in the Linden Oaks office park, officials of the law firm said Monday.
- The Importance of Using a Lawyer for Non—Compete Agreements
In the business world today, protections are important whether you are the owner of the business or an employee.
- Faraci Lange named co-lead in water case
- Staffing agency manager disputes claims of coup
Accused of illegally commandeering a business, the former manager of the Employment Store says the idea to separate the Rochester staffing agency from its parent company originated with the agency’s Georgia-based parent company’s Mumbai, India-based owners who induced him to start and invest $10,000 of his own money in the same company they are now trying to squelch.
- Employers now face higher OSHA penalties
Violations of Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards just got significantly more costly.
- Bankruptcy filings drop nearly 22 percent in July
After single-digit rises for the previous two months, area bankruptcy filings saw a double-digit drop in July.
- Law Firms, Part 1