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A new incubator space -- not for the typical tech startup, but for building fledgling law practices -- has opened in Hauppauge, a project of the Touro Law Center in East Islip.
The Community Justice Center incubator, which opened Tuesday, works to provide a stepping-stone for younger lawyers who want to open their own firms. It will provide 10 Touro Law graduates with offices for 18 months...Read more »
A Manhattan startup's portal to connect small business owners with the right lawyers is now available on Long Island.
The service, Priori Legal, acts as the middleman between a small business and lawyers. Business owners fill out a questionnaire about their required legal services on Priori's website, and Priori offers them a list of potential attorneys from its network. The business owner...Read more »
In a nondescript warehouse, at the end of a narrow drag off Old Country Road in Westbury, sit the regal dregs of the once storied law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf.
The furniture, "like new, for less!" occupies the dimly lit, 35,000 square foot showroom of liquidator Business Asset Furniture (BAF), and "must be sold," according to a YouTube video BAF has posted marketing the...Read more »
A Hooters restaurant in Farmingdale, which closed after a dispute between Hooters of America, Llc. and the franchisee, will reopen this summer with new management.
Marc Phaneuf, the new franchisee, confirmed that he will be opening the Hooters in Farmingdale and another former location in Fresh Meadows, Queens, within one to three months.
Both Hooters had stood as a Bud's Ale House from...Read more »