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Overview of the Marriage Equality Act
- Feb 21 2020
The New York State Marriage Equality Act grants same sex couples the freedom to marry in New York State and prohibits the denial of a marriage license to same sex ...
Showing Support for Veterans with Free Legal Clinic Sponsored by Saratoga County Bar Association
- Feb 21 2020
Scott Iseman is working with the Saratoga County Bar Association on a Veterans Legal Clinic to held be on Friday, March 6th from 9:00 a.m. until Noon. The event is ...
Commuters, Business Travelers Face New Dangers, Shrinking Legal Rights
- Feb 14 2020
Pam Nichols’s February Newsletter As if long work weeks weren’t enough, we waste more time than ever getting to work in the first place, whether on the road or by ...
Michael P. McDermott Named O&A President as Jeffrey J. Sherrin Steps Down
- Feb 7 2020
It is both an honor and distinct pleasure to announce that Michael P. McDermott has succeeded Jeffrey J. Sherrin as President of O’Connell and Aronowitz as Jeff steps down from ...
Neil Murray Court Victory Covered in New York Times
- Feb 7 2020
Yesterday’s ruling in New York State’s second-highest court is another win for Neil Murray and his clients in high profile litigation disputing the legality of fantasy sports gambling in NY. ...
Fire Risks Increase During Winter Holidays
- Dec 10 2019
Pam Nichols’s December Newsletter According to the National Fire Protection Association, more home fires occur during the winter months than any other season of the year. There are many contributing ...
Danielle Holley Shares Insight on New Medicare Enrollment Rules in The Dark Report
- Nov 22 2019
A new federal rule, that went into effect this month, has the potential to impact healthcare providers including clinical laboratories and pathology groups. Danielle Holley was interviewed for The Dark ...
Syracuse University Taps Kelly Mikullitz for Education Program on Lead Poisoning
- Nov 19 2019
Kelly Mikullitz was a featured presenter at the Syracuse University School of Social Work 21st Annual James Stone Legislative Policy Day Symposium held at the Onondaga County Legislative Chamber in ...
Protect Yourself and Your Party Guests This Holiday Season
- Nov 19 2019
Pam Nichols’s November Newsletter Celebrating the spirit of the holidays is more than simply planning the perfect menu and stunning home decor. Thanksgiving to New Year’s can pose a heightened ...
Supporting Veterans: Our Nation’s Focus Today, Our Firm’s Focus Year Round
- Nov 10 2019
On Veterans Day, O’Connell and Aronowitz joins our nation in recognizing, honoring and thanking those who have served and continue to serve in the United States Armed Forces. We recognize ...
O’Connell & Aronowitz Named Among 2020 “Best Law Firms”
- Nov 8 2019
O’Connell & Aronowitz has been ranked in the 2020 U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” list regionally in 6 practice areas. Firms included in the 2020 “Best Law ...
Matt Jackson Posthumously Honored by Bankruptcy Bar Associations
- Nov 5 2019
Matt Jackson was posthumously honored by the Central New York and Capital Region Bankruptcy Bar Associations as recipient of the 2019 Nicholas S. Priore Advocacy and Professionalism Award. Presented at ...
October 20-26 is National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week
- Oct 22 2019
Lead Can Be Found Inside and Outside the Home Lead poisoning occurs when lead enters the bloodstream and builds up to toxic levels. Many different factors such as the source ...
Personal Gun Safety Tips for the Hunt and at Home
- Oct 10 2019
Pam Nichols’s October Newsletter Fall, for many Americans, is synonymous with the start of hunting season. Millions of hunters join family and friends for a cherished tradition that may go ...
Scott Iseman and Julia Kosineski Secure Not-Guilty Verdict
- Oct 10 2019
Criminal Defense Attorneys Scott Iseman and Julia Kosineski obtained a full acquittal last week in a felony jury trial in Clinton County, New York in front of the Hon. Timothy ...
What is the Residency Requirement for Divorce in New York State?
- Oct 8 2019
In New York State, you must meet the residency requirement before you can file for divorce.
Child Custody: Intentional Interference in Child’s Relationship with Other Parent Can Affect Custody Rights
- Sep 19 2019
When a parent intentionally interferes with the other parent’s relationship with a child, the New York State courts have held such interference to be so inconsistent with the best interests ...
Smart Toys Can Put Your Child’s Privacy, Safety at Risk
- Sep 6 2019
Pam Nichols’s September Newsletter Your four-year-old is too young for Facebook or Instagram, so you might think they are protected from the data miners, marketing hawks or hackers that grab ...
Interest Rates Have Slid Back to Three-Year Lows: Great Opportunity for Homebuyers
- Aug 29 2019
Our qualified team can help you capitalize on these low interest rates and the great opportunities afforded to potential homebuyers. Contact us today!
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