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By the time attorneys Michael Flynn and Scott Orndoff were hired for a nearly 6-year-old case in which a worker was injured in a local construction site accident, the case was close to dismissal.
They approached it late last year with some trepidation because the Massachusetts-based law firm of Flynn Wirkus Young would have to scramble to keep it alive, according to Orndoff, who works in the Buffalo office.
Not only did they prevent the dismissal, they helped the plaintiff win a $5.3 million settlement…
Buffalo attorney Barry Covert uses a dry-erase board in his office at Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria to jot things down and piece together complicated aspects of cases for clients and colleagues.
As he laid out the scene from the recent decisions of grand juries in Ferguson, Mo., and Staten Island that cleared police officers in the deaths of unarmed men, he had a hard time making sense of what he says are the "disappointing" processes involved.
Prosecutors typically present the case and then ask…
Asian stocks are mostly higher, taking their cues from greater stability in crude oil prices and the Russian ruble, along with the Federal Reserve’s indication it will take a slow approach to raising interest rates.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Computer systems at South Korea’s nuclear plant operator have been hacked, but only non-critical data has been lost and there is no risk to the safety of nuclear installations including the country's 23 atomic reactors, the company and the government said on Monday. The attacks come amid concerns that North Korea may mount cyberattacks against industrial and social targets after accusations by the United States that Pyongyang was responsible for a devastating hacking assault on Sony Pictures.