Admissions to other courts: Western District of New York, 1980 Bankruptcy Ct., WDNY,... more
Admissions to other courts: Western District of New York, 1980 Bankruptcy Ct., WDNY, 1980 Northern District of New York, 1996 Bankruptcy Ct., NDNY, 1996 Second Circuit Court of Appeals, 2002. Community/charitable/pro bonoactivities: Volunteer Legal Services Project (attorneys in private practice who agree to take cases for income-eligible clients)- panel counsel t... view profile
Laurie devotes a great deal of her time to supporting legal organizationsin... more
Laurie devotes a great deal of her time to supporting legal organizationsin Rochester and across New York State. Laurie has also been very involved in a number of community activities, including volunteering with Girl Scouts, Odyssey of the Mind, the UB Law Alumni Association, coaching high school mock trial teams, the Big Brother/Big Sister program and St. Rita's church. She resides in Webster... view profile
Mindy founded Bansbach Zoghlin, P.C. in 1990. She previously practiced with a... more
Mindy founded Bansbach Zoghlin, P.C. in 1990. She previously practiced with a Rochester law firm and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources. Mindy represents individuals, small businesses, developers, citizens' groups, and municipalities in a wide range of environmental and land use matters including toxic tort and property damage cases, Article 78 proceedings, zoning and regul... view profile
I represent individuals, businesses and other organizations while focusing his... more
I represent individuals, businesses and other organizations while focusing his practice on a wide range of civil litigation matters including general personal injury law, collections, and complex commercial and business litigation.
Peter T. Rodgers is listed in Best Lawyers in America in the category of Medical... more
Peter T. Rodgers is listed in Best Lawyers in America in the category of Medical Malpractice. He holds an AV rating from Martindale-Hubble. He is a frequent lecturer on trial practice for the New York State and local bar associations. He has authored articles on trial practice. He represents individuals in trials involving personal injury, medical malpractice, product liability, wrongful death ... view profile
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