|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Super Lawyer||Thomson Reuters||2014|
|Super Lawyer||Thomson Reuters||2013|
|Super Lawyer||Thomson Reuters||2012|
|Super Lawyers||Thompson Reuters||2011|
|Super Lawyers||Thomson Reuters||2010|
|Super Lawyers||Thomson Reuters||2009|
|Freedom Team Salute||Peter J. Schoonmaker, General, U.S. Army and Francis J. Harvey, Secretary of the Army||2005|
|Meritorious Service Medal||U.S. Army||N/A|
|Managing Partner||Tully Rinckey, PLLC||2004 - Present|
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|National Association of Securities Dealers, Arbitration Panel||N/A||N/A|
|Greene County Bar Association||N/A||N/A|
|Schoharie County Bar Association||N/A||N/A|
|Partlow v. City of Gloversville||N/A|
|Garcia v. Department of State||N/A|
|Collins v. Department of Agriculture||N/A|
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|Strategies for Military Criminal Defense (Aspatore)||"Successfully Defending Military Criminal Cases"||2011|
|National Law Journal||Fort Hood trial will highlight the military justice system||2010|
|New York Daily News||Federal Judge Orders Immediate Halt to "Dont Ask, Don't Tell" Ban On Openly Gay Troops||2010|
|Federal Times||How To Manage Poor Performers||2009|
|Veterans Today||Maintaining a Security Clearance is a Valuable Asset for Veterans in Today's Job Market||2009|
|Veterans Today||Know Your Employment Rights Under USERRA||2009|
|Federal TImes||Ask The Lawyer||N/A|
|Touro College - Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center||N/A||J.D.||1998|
|Laws For a Nation at War||USERRA, Practice Pointers for Counsel||2012|
|Annual Conference - Special Committee on Veterans||USERRA||2012|
|WGNA Ask the Lawyer||Ask the Lawyer||2011|
|Legal Issues Affecting U.S. Veterans||Veterans||2011|
|CLE||Serving Those Who Served Us: Key Legal Issues Facing Homeless Veterans and How Attorneys Can Help||2011|
|CLE||USERRA & the Uniform Service Members Civil Relief Act||2011|
|Serving Those Who Served Us||USERRA - Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act - What Employers Need To Know||2009|
Posted by anonymous
I wanted to thank you for the tremendous support and legal guidance provided by your firm through our Son's dis-enrollment board and subsequent appeal. From the very first phone call with you, and after several interviews with other military law firms, it was clear that you and your team were truly our best course to arrive at a positive outcome. We had the great pleasure to work with Wayne Roberts who immediately created a strong rapport with my Son and our family. His legal expertise and calming demeanor brought great confidence and reassurance as we navigated through the initial board hearing. Even though we received a favorable recommendation from board, it was not accepted by the PMS nor the Brigade. We were left with one final appeal if we chose to continue the fight to allow our son his dream of obtaining an Army Commission. Our second consultation, you presented the opportunities and hope we could successfully overturn the initial denial and arrive with a recommendation to commission. I am happy to say, I am glad we stayed with it and worked with your team. I am confident your preparation and presentation of all the facts, allowed the careful consideration and ultimate commission by the Department of Army Headquarters.
Thank you again for your fairness throughout and great legal representation to arrive at this outcome.
Posted by Yvette
LITERALLY THE BEST !@#$%^& MONEY I EVER SPENT!!!!
The USAF charged my son with Article 92, Violate General Order and Article 128, Simple Assault. I spoke to many attorneys who said to me, “Your son will be convicted of the Simple Assault because putting lotion on someone’s face is considered an assault as it is an unwanted touch.” They all wanted me to work on a plea deal with the GOV’T. Knowing that this just didn’t warrant a federal conviction, bad conduct discharge and time in the brig, I was on a search to find an attorney who would look at this case for what it was…a couple of 19-21 year-old immature young men horse playing. I was looking for someone who would say something different, someone who would be able to look at the case from more than one view. When I spoke to Mr. Rinckey, I thought I was going to get the same ole speech, but to my surprise, I IMMEDIATELY felt at ease & I knew right then that he was going to be my attorney (not sure if he knew it at this time). He took on this case with such vigor and ZERO FEAR of the GOV’T! He wanted them to know that this was NOT going to go away with any plea deal! And he went to work! Then, LITERALLY 2 DAYS BEFORE trail the GOV’T added an additional charge, which was Article 134, Unlawful Entry. I was livid, but Mr. Rinckey stayed focused, developed a plan & off to trail we went. He was so prepared. I remember him saying to me, “I am ready to try this case.” And yesterday - 14APR2016- my son was found NOT GUILTY on ALL CHARGES AND SPECIFICATIONS!!! Yesssss!!!!
You know, it’s always hard to find money for an attorney, but I learned one thing with this case. Although I thought we couldn’t afford an attorney, the truth of the matter was that we couldn’t afford NOT TO HAVE an attorney. I only wish I had found Mr. Rinckey sooner, but that’s okay….I have found my ATTORNEY for life….again…not sure if he knows that :)
Posted by anonymous
This firm wasted my time and money. Took a day off of work and promised the world and never got a call back or follow through. Promises, promises and got nothing despite repeated calls and emails.
Neil McPhie, Employment and labor Attorney
Relationship: Worked for lawyer
From court-martial to military divorce to the correction of military records, Greg has seen it all. He is intimately familiar with the military’s legal landscape and can tell you the best and most cost-effective way to get from where you are to where you want to be. He is as much of an effective attorney as he is reliable guide. Greg will not lead you astray.
Larry Youngner, Military law Attorney
Relationship: Worked for lawyer
Having spent over two decades in the Air Force JAG Corps and deploying with JAGs from all service, I can tell you Greg ranks among the finest. I would recommend him to anyone I know in the military for criminal defense, military administrative matters, USERRA, correction of records, security clearance, and appellate work. Frankly he demonstrates excellence in all practice areas!