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Marijuana is Legal in New York

So, the news is out, Marijuana is legal! Well, as far as New York State is concerned. But what does that really mean. A lot of people think this means that they can do whatever they want, whenever they want, wherever they want with a Marijuana product. That statement could not be further from the […]

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Innocent Until Proven Guilty

LoTempio Focuses on Facts, Charges Dismissed Recently, LoTempio P.C. Law Group obtained a favorable outcome in a Promoting a Sexual Performance by a Child case. The charges against our client were based on mistaken identity, which were ultimately dismissed. Our client was falsely accused simply because his Instagram username was similar to that of the […]

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James Joyce Mural Installation

As you may have noticed, we have a new mural on the side of our office building downtown! We are very excited to have this beautiful piece of art as the latest in a series of fantastic murals throughout the Greater Buffalo area. The mural, based on an archival photograph of Joyce from the UB […]

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Griffis Sculpture Park to Install 3 Sculptures by Renowned Artists

As a member of the Board of Directors of the Ashford Hollow Foundation and the Griffis Sculpture Park, Frank LoTempio III was on hand at the unveiling of the new statue commemorating Janet Mock on Bidwell Parkway this week.  LoTempio P.C. Law Group recognizes the importance of honoring inspirational women in our community and are proud […]

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Changes to Marijuana Regulations in 2021

Recent changes to marijuana regulations have people asking a lot of questions.  We have received several documents that lay out exactly what these changes are.  You can view the PDF documents through the links at the end of this blog. The New York State Government released a memo highlighting provisions and explanations of the new […]

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Operating During a Pandemic Lock-Down

How a Personal Injury Department Not Only Survived but Flourished During the Pandemic “Lock-Down” Practically without warning, New York State closed the Courts and told law offices to close their doors – deeming most of law firms’ work as “non-essential”. With that blow to the ego, law firms and lawyers complied. Then the questions and […]

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