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NEWS – Firm Name Changed to Friedlander & Mosher, P.C.

The firm is pleased to announce that the name of the firm is changed to add Holly Mosher in recognition of her substantial contributions to the firm. The name of the firm shall be Friedlander & Mosher PC. “The firm’s name change recognizes Holly’s significant contributions to the firm and the outstanding results she has read more...

7 Members of “Underground” Sorority at University at Albany Charged with Hazing

Police say that 7 sorority members hazed pledges by blindfolding them, making them east mud, and dousing them with rotten eggs and milk.  The Times Union of Albany reported that one of the victims sustained an allergic reaction, and was treated and released from a local hospital. Police reported that a victim of the alleged read more...

Study: NY ranks in top 20 states with bullying problems

A new study revealed that 21 percent of high school students in New York State were bullied on school property last year, and 17 percent were cyber-bullied. New York is ranked 19th worst state in the country for bullying a recent report concluded. The study comes on the heels of the recent suicide of a read more...

University Settles Hazing Lawsuit With Former University Swimmer

A former Western Kentucky University swimmer has reached a settlement in a lawsuit in which he claimed to have been hazed and assaulted by his teammates.   Collin Craig reached a confidential resolution with all parties named as defendants in the lawsuit.  The Defendants included the university, athletics officials and former swimmers.  Craig had alleged read more...

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