- Kodak plan to exit bankruptcy OK'd by judge
Eastman Kodak Co.’s plan to exit Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection received a federal judge’s approval Tuesday.
- Georgia woman charged in Iberdrola security breach
A Georgia resident has been arraigned on charges of intentionally damaging a protected computer domain at Rochester-based Iberdrola USA Inc., officials said Tuesday.
- Gizzi signs plea agreement, turns over $11.5M to settle charges
In what an Internal Revenue Service criminal investigator called the biggest tax-evasion payment ever collected in the Rochester area, businessman John P. Gizzi has turned over $11.5 million to settle criminal and civil tax-related charges.
- Feds seize $1.5 million from Gates businessman
- Brand Networks raises millions
- N.Y. attorney general sues HSBC Bank
HSBC Bank USA is clogging New York courts with stalled foreclosure cases and leaving thousands of the state’s homeowners in legal limbo, state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman charges in a lawsuit.
- Region's bankruptcy filings decline in May
Area bankruptcy filings were down 4.2 percent in May, dropping from 214 filed in May 2012 to 205 last month.
- Not yet a relic of history, hourly rates still prevalent
- Kodak closes on $848 million financing agreement
Eastman Kodak Co. closed Friday on its previously announced $848 million financing with members of the steering committee of the second lien noteholders and other holders of Kodak’s senior secured notes.
- Intellectual Property Law Firms
Information was provided by individual firms with offices in Monroe County that practice intellectual property law and responded to an email survey: ranked by number of local attorneys specializing in intellectual property law.
- Law firms form Geneseo-based joint venture
Faraci Lange LLP and the former firm of Jones & Skivington has formed a Livingston County joint venture, the Law Offices of Peter Skivington PLLC, officials said Monday.
- Kodak seeks more time for bankruptcy plan
Eastman Kodak Co. wants its lenders to give it more time to develop its plan to emerge from bankruptcy. The company also expects to complete the sale of its digital imaging patents this week.
- Burns & Schultz law firm joins with Davidson Fink LLP
- Filings decline in 2012
- DirectBuy to pay $500,000 to settle N.Y. lawsuit
DirectBuy has agreed to pay $500,000 and adjust some policies to settle charges that it has misled consumers with deceptive sales pitches, state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Thursday.
- Court OKs sale of Kodak's digital patents, Business Park's utilities
The $527 million purchase of Eastman Kodak Co.’s digital imaging patent portfolio was approved Friday by a U.S. Bankruptcy judge. The approval is key step in Kodak’s effort to emerge from bankruptcy during the first half of 2013.
- OLEDWorks, bank settle legal dispute
- Kyocera files patent suit against Kodak
Eastman Kodak Co. has been sued by Kyocera Corp. for allegedly infringing on some 15 of the Japanese firm’s U.S. patents with its inkjet printers, digital cameras and other devices.
- URMC pursues pacts in Asia
- Class-action case targets LeBeau
A class-action complaint filed this week in federal court targets James Lebeau, who heads LeBeau Inc. and does business as Beau Productions. His company manages Frontier Field and LeBeau is the stadium director. His company also mounts the Lilac Festival and other events.