- Xerox general counsel resigns, SEC filing shows
Don Liu, Xerox Corp.’s general counsel and secretary, has tendered his resignation, effective Aug. 5, a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission shows.
- Less dramatic, but video coverage of N.Y. civil trials sure to come
- Bankruptcies rise in June,
up for first half of year
Rising for the fourth month this year, Rochester-area bankruptcy filings saw a 3.8 percent uptick last month. The rise pushes the region’s filings into positive territory for the first half of 2016.
- 'Watchful waiting' is appropriate for certain cases
- A stronger defense against trade secret theft
Trade secret theft by departing employees is a significant problem.
- Judge dismisses claims against Galan's former attorney
A state Supreme Court judge has cleared Eduardo Galan’s former attorney of wrongdoing, dismissing claims filed against Lance Mark in a civil suit filed by victims of Galan’s Ponzi scheme.
- Snap Poll: Albany corruption is 'serious' problem
All RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll respondents say they think corruption in state government is a serious problem for New York, with 89 percent saying it’s “very serious,” and 11 percent saying it’s “somewhat serious.”
- Landscape is in flux for non-compete agreements
- Lawyers work toward amicable resolution at pretrial
- Small businesses benefit from effective mediation
- Forced arbitration may become reality for some
- SEC bars ex-IEC Electronics VP, suspends former controller
The Securities and Exchange Commission has barred a former corporate vice president and suspended a former controller behind false accounting at IEC Electronics Corp., following an investigation.
- Galan sentenced to two three-year terms
Brockport financial adviser Eduardo Galan on Tuesday drew two three-year prison terms for his role in what federal prosecutors have called a Ponzi scheme.
- Area bankruptcy filings rise in May
After a fall in April, Rochester-area bankruptcy filings increased in May.
- Partners cannot be employees, although many will try
- Kost Tire agrees to pay $275,000 settlement on oil charges
Kost Tire Distributors Inc. has agreed to pay a $275,000 settlement to the state of New York for falsely charging customers a fee for recycling their used oil.
- State legislation increases wages, mandates family leave
- COMIDA seeks $800K from eBaum's Ventures
The County of Monroe Industrial Development Agency has filed a judgment of more than $800,000 against eBaum’s Webster Ventures LLC.
- 'Gilligan' illustrates issue of social pressure at work
When you are being pushed to cross your moral chalk lines, you will get a miserable knot in the pit of your stomach.
- Three LDC defendants sentenced
The three remaining defendants were sentenced Friday in a bid-rigging conspiracy that illegally steered multimillion-dollar public works contracts for Monroe County to favored and connected companies, state officials said.