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William Francis Martuscello (4.2 miles)
General Practice
258 Swart Hill Rd,
Amsterdam, NY 12010, MONTGOMERY County
George A. Cushing (5.1 miles)
General Practice
2014 Mudge Rd, Suite 800
Delanson, NY 12053, SCHENECTADY County
Peter Preiser (3.9 miles)
General Practice
1041 Skyline Dr, Fl 6
Schenectady, NY 12306, SCHENECTADY County
Jennifer Ann Berman (5.3 miles)
General Practice
2134 Waters Road,
Schenectady, NY 12302, Schenectady County

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... OPINION OF THE COURT. GRAFFEO, J. The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has asked us a question regarding the scope of long-arm 300 jurisdiction under CPLR 302 (a) (3) (ii) in the context of a federal copyright infringement action. ...

... OPINION OF THE COURT. ABRAHAM CLOTT, J. Petitioner seeks relief from three misdemeanor convictions of trademark counterfeiting on various grounds including that his counsel was ineffective for not advising him of the immigration consequences of his pleas. ...

... Thereafter, as defendant's conviction was related to a controlled substance, the Immigration and Naturalization Service commenced deportation proceedings against him (see 8 USC § 1227 [a] [2] [B] [i]). Defendant subsequently moved to vacate the judgment of conviction ...