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Robert Joseph White (4.9 miles)
Family Law, Medical Malpractice, Workers' Compensation, Traffic, Divorce
Cornwallville, NY 12418, Greene County
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Ellen Harriet Fried (4.9 miles)
General Practice
Cornwallville, NY 12418, Greene County
LAWPOINTS 14
Jan Perlin (2.2 miles)
General Practice
Oak Hill, NY 12460, Greene County
LAWPOINTS 14
Denise Jeanne Kerrigan (4.7 miles)
General Practice
538 Stone Bridge Rd,
Cornwallville, NY 12418, Greene County
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Michele Marie Ruscio (4.9 miles)
General Practice
Cornwallville, NY 12418, Greene County
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Michele M. Ruscio (4.9 miles)
General Practice
Cornwallville, NY 12418, Greene County

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... not actually contend otherwise. Rather, the defendant asserted that she had two defenses: the absolute privilege for "fair and true" reports of judicial proceedings (Civil Rights Law § 74; see Holy Spirit Assn. for Unification of ...