- Bankruptcy filings in region rise in June
For the second time this year, the Rochester region saw a bump up in bankruptcy filings. In June, the Bankruptcy Court’s Rochester Division logged 133 new bankruptcy petitions, up from 126 in the same month last year for a 5.6 percent increase.
- Gates restaurateur to pay $308,000 in tax-evasion settlement
Gates restaurateur Konstantinos Votsis has agreed to pay $308,000 to settle federal tax evasion charges.
- Supreme Court upholds Affordable Care Act subsidies
Again thwarting conservatives’ efforts to upend the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and handing a victory to President Barack Obama, the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday for a second time upheld the law.
- Ex-Amerk enters plea to gambling charges, to serve community service
A former Rochester Americans and Buffalo Sabres hockey player pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Rochester to gambling-related charges, federal prosecutors said Monday.
- Judge orders Consilium out of headquarters
- Aspen Dental Management agrees to pay $450,000 in settlement
Aspen Dental Management Inc. has agreed to pay $450,000 to settle charges it violated New York laws, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Thursday.
- New York among lenient states for drunken drivers
New York State is among some of the more lenient states for drunken drivers, a new report from WalletHub shows.
- Impact of RBJ 75 more than payroll alone
The top employers also are big purchasers of local goods, services
- Battle against sexual violence is underway, but change will be slow
- Patent trolls mushroom; squashing them proves tough
- Negotiating global disputes offers a way to move on
- Hiscock & Barclay, Damon & Morey law firms merge
Syracuse-based Hiscock & Barclay LLP and Buffalo-based Damon & Morey LLP have merged, officials of the law firms said Monday.
- Eber Bros. in pension skirmish
- Law firms' practices ranked on Chambers & Partners lists
Practices at Rochester-based Harter Secrest & Emery LLP, Buffalo’s Hodgson Russ LLP and Phillips Lytle LLP earned band 1 designations on the Chambers & Partners 2015 law-firm lists.
- Court rules on condo dispute in Brighton
- Internet scam snags company for some $1M
- Former financial adviser Galan pleads guilty in federal court
Former Brockport financial adviser Eduardo Galan on Monday pleaded guilty to two felony counts in federal court, admitting to having bilked 38 area investors in a Ponzi scheme that ran from 2005 to 2013.
- Engineers view competition as part of the game
- Gillibrand presses for medical marijuana bill
Joined by members of medical advocacy groups, including the Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester Inc., Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand on Monday pressed for passage of a bill to make medical marijuana legal under federal law in states that have legalized the drug for medical purposes.