Tully Rinckey

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    Tully Rinckey PLLC is a full-service law firm based in Albany, N.Y. that serves individuals, families and businesses throughout New York State. Some of the practice areas offered by the firm statewide include family and matrimonial law, including divorce, estate planning, employment law, military law, real estate law, commercial litigation, bankruptcy, personal injury, and criminal defense, including DWI and traffic tickets. Tully Rinckey PLLC also serves, in a nationwide capacity, federal employees, service members and security clearance representation.
    HQAlbany, US
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    Employees (est.) (May 2020)137

    Key People/Management at Tully Rinckey

    Graig Cortelyou

    Graig Cortelyou

    Global Chief Operating Officer
    Barry Crushell

    Barry Crushell

    Chief Operating Officer for European Operations
    Marina V. Migliore

    Marina V. Migliore

    Chief Financial Officer
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    Tully Rinckey Office Locations

    Tully Rinckey has offices in Albany, Austin, Buffalo, Houston and in 8 other locations
    Albany, US (HQ)
    441 New Karner Rd
    Austin, US
    3724 Executive Center Dr #205
    Buffalo, US
    5488 Sheridan Dr #500
    Houston, US
    2925 Richmond Ave 12th Floor
    New York, US
    321 E 43rd St
    Rochester, US
    400 Linden Oaks #110
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    Tully Rinckey Blogs

    New York State School Closures: Remote Learning & School District’s Continued Responsibilities and Obligations

    In a preemptive strike against the spread of COVID-19 throughout New York State, Governor Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order on March 16th, 2020, mandating that all schools within the State close no later than March 18th, for two weeks, ending on April 1, 2020. At the end of the two-week period,…

    Death of a Whistleblower

    Questions raised by a Pentagon investigator went unanswered following his workplace suicide. It’s almost not possible to overstate how large and complicated the United States Department of Defense is. It is the largest U.S. government agency, serves as the country’s biggest employer, and wields an a…

    What Employers Need to Know About the WARN Act in the Time of Coronavirus

    Last week, Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered all non-essential businesses in New York to close in-office personnel functions.  While some employers will be shifting their workforces to remote locations, unfortunately others will be shutting down operations.  As we observed in a prior update to employers…

    Can a state legislatively modify an insurance policy to mandate coverage?

    The COVID-19 pandemic has put business interruption & civil authority coverage in the spotlight.  The New York Department of Financial Services has instructed carriers that insure property owners in New York to provide prospective explanations of coverage on potential business interruption cover…

    Workplace Update: What Employers Need to Know Next about Navigating Coronavirus

    Responding to an overwhelming call for guidance, here is what employers need to know next about navigating coronavirus issues, as the local, national, and global responses to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) continue. Shifting to Remote Work On March 19, 2020,  Governor Andrew Cuomo issued an exe…

    COVID-19 and Your Custody Orders

    With the current COVID-19 Pandemic many states, New York included, have declared a state of emergency and imposed restrictions and containment protocols affecting everyone. Many parents are, or will soon be, faced with many questions. “Do I have to send my child to his father’s/mother’s house for pa…
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    Tully Rinckey Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Tully Rinckey founded?

      Tully Rinckey was founded in 2004.

    • Who are Tully Rinckey key executives?

      Tully Rinckey's key executives are Graig Cortelyou, Barry Crushell and Marina V. Migliore.

    • How many employees does Tully Rinckey have?

      Tully Rinckey has 137 employees.

    • Who are Tully Rinckey competitors?

      Competitors of Tully Rinckey include Clifford Chance, Cooley and Slaughter & May.

    • Where is Tully Rinckey headquarters?

      Tully Rinckey headquarters is located at 441 New Karner Rd, Albany.

    • Where are Tully Rinckey offices?

      Tully Rinckey has offices in Albany, Austin, Buffalo, Houston and in 8 other locations.

    • How many offices does Tully Rinckey have?

      Tully Rinckey has 12 offices.