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Duval & Stachenfeld to Pay First-Year Associates $175,000

Duval & Stachenfeld to Pay First-Year Associates $175,000   The law firm of Duval & Stachenfeld will double its starting salary for associates to $175,000 in an effort to compete with its rivals when it comes to retaining top talent, according to The New York Law Journal. The…>read more

No Comment April 24, 2014

Cooley LLP Adds Prestigious Intellectual Property Group

Cooley LLP Adds Prestigious Intellectual Property Group   A group of IP attorneys is joining Cooley LLP, according to a press release. The team includes Ivor R. Elrifi. Elrifi is the former co-chair of the Mintz Levin IP practice. Also at the head of the group is…>read more

No Comment April 2, 2014

FBI Thwarts Plan to Fraudulently Obtain Union Job for Son of Mafia Leader

FBI Thwarts Plan to Fraudulently Obtain Union Job for Son of Mafia Leader A criminal complaint was unsealed on Thursday in a federal court, Eastern District of New York, charging five men in conspiring to obtain a union card and employment at Hudson News newsstands for Castelazzo Jr., son of Benjamin Castellazzo, the…>read more

No Comment March 28, 2014

Watch Shop Sues Customer for Poor Review on Yelp

Watch Shop Sues Customer for Poor Review on Yelp   If you need to have your watch repaired in New York, you might want to think about using a company other than Ron Gordon Watch Repair. According to an article on Gawker, Gordon is so poor at fixing watches…>read more

No Comment March 21, 2014

West NY Law Firm Sets Up Base in Corning

West NY Law Firm Sets Up Base in Corning Harter Secrest & Emery LLP, a law firm claimed to be within the 20 largest law firms in West New York, is expanding its base to Corning. The Rochester base firm has more than 300 employees and about 145 attorneys…>read more

No Comment March 17, 2014

McDonald’s Sued by Workers for Pay Practices

McDonald’s Sued by Workers for Pay Practices   The world’s largest restaurant chain, McDonald’s Corp., is being sued by employees who claim they are being idled without pay for minutes and hours while at work, according to Bloomberg. They are being idled without pay when demand from…>read more

No Comment March 14, 2014

Manhattan Explosion Collapses Two Buildings in Spanish Harlem, 2 Dead

Manhattan Explosion Collapses Two Buildings in Spanish Harlem, 2 Dead       Two people  are confirmed dead at a building collapse that was caused by a massive explosion.   According to a hospital spokeswoman, 18 people were hurt including a child that was rushed to Harlem hospital in critical…>read more

No Comment March 12, 2014

Perkins Coie Announces Addition of Paul H. Cohen in New York Office

Perkins Coie Announces Addition of Paul H. Cohen in New York Office   The law firm of Perkins Coie has announced via a press release that it has added Paul H. Cohen at its office in New York. Cohen will work as a partner in the firm’s Commercial Litigation practice. Cohen comes…>read more

No Comment March 11, 2014

Former Execs from Dewey Expected to be Charged Thursday

Former Execs from Dewey Expected to be Charged Thursday   It is expected that three former top executives from defunct law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf will be charged Thursday with misleading other lawyers and lenders about the firm’s financial health, according to the New York Times.   Cyrus Vance…>read more

No Comment March 6, 2014

Two Men Charged with Misdemeanor Sexual Misconduct After Sex with Cows

Two Men Charged with Misdemeanor Sexual Misconduct After Sex with Cows   A farmer from Herkimer County, New York decided to put a surveillance camera on his farm when his cows became more anxious than usual and when they did not produce as much as milk as usual.   According to…>read more

No Comment February 24, 2014

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