Tully Rinckey, PLLC
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Albany, New York OfficeView all offices
441 New Karner Road
Albany, New York
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Office Hours:Monday: 08:30 AM-05:30 PM
Tuesday: 08:30 AM-05:30 PM
Wednesday: 08:30 AM-05:30 PM
Thursday: 08:30 AM-05:30 PM
Friday: 08:30 AM-05:30 PM
About this office:
Tully Rinckey PLLC is one of the largest federal employment law firms in the country. We are dedicated to providing quality legal representation to our clients in the practice areas of federal employment and labor law, security clearance proceedings and military law. Our attorneys have successfully represented federal employees, contractors, unions, employee associations and agencies before various federal courts and administrative legal systems.
The firm's extensive experience from every federal government perspective gives our attorneys the skill and knowledge necessary to achieve the legal goals of clients from all segments of the federal employment system. Through our landmark decisions and settlements, Tully Rinckey PLLC has left its mark on federal employment law, USERRA, EEOC and MSPB claims.
Statement of Practice Summary:
Family Law; Matrimonial Law; Corporate Law; Commercial Law; Civil Matters; Federal Employment Law; Criminal Law; Personal Injury; Bankruptcy; Military Law; Government Services; Employee Representation; Real Estate Law; Municipal Law; Immigration Law; Special Education Law; Intellectual Property Law; Mediation; DWI; Drug Charges; Traffic Tickets; Violent Crimes; Property Crime; Theft; Sexual Offenses; White Collar Crime; Divorce; Child Custody; Family Appeals; Spousal Support; Adoption Law; Equitable Distribution; Agreements; Elder Law; Estate Settlements; Contract Disputes; Breach of Contract; Lease Disputes; Property Disputes; Corporate Disputes; Debtor and Creditor Disputes; Brokerage and Commission Claims; Fraud and Breach of Fiduciary Duty; Foreclosures; Municipal, Zoning and Environmental Matters; Sexual Harassment; Wrongful Termination; Contractor Disputes; Evictions; Small Claims; EEOC; Mesothelioma; Military Criminal Law; Security Clearances; Federal Appeals; Automobile Accidents; Motorcycle Accidents; Bus Accidents; Truck Accidents; ATV Accidents; Train and Railroad Accidents; Defective Seatbelts; Defective Tires; Vehicle Rollovers; Pedestrian Accidents; Falls; Equipment Accidents; Site Explosions and Burns; Scaffolding and Ladder Accidents; Stairways; Snow and Ice; Sidewalks; Potholes; Slippery Floors; Asbestos; Lead Paint; Building and Porch Collapses; Fire and Smoke; Physical Assault; Sexual Assault; Products Liability; Toys and Children's Products; Medications; Medical Devices; Electronics; Motor Vehicles; Air Bag Malfunctions; Contaminated Food Products; Tool and Construction Equipment Malfunctions; Clothing Defects; Medical Malpractice; Surgical Errors; Hospital Negligence; Failure to Diagnose; Failure to Obtain Informed Consent; Medication Errors; Birth Defects; Birth Injuries; Blood Transfusions; Eye Injuries; Physical and Sexual Assault by Physician, Nurse or Caretaker; Psychological, Psychiatrist, Therapist Malpractice and Negligence; Head and Brain Injuries; Traumatic Brain Injury; Spinal Cord Injuries; Wrongful Death; Sports Injuries; Dog Bites; Unsafe Playgrounds; School Injuries; Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect; Firearm Accidents; Bankruptcy Chapter 7; Bankruptcy Chapter 11; Bankruptcy Chapter 13; Bankruptcy Litigation; Tax Debt Relief; International Trade; Real Estate; Patents; Trademarks; Employment Law; EEO; Family Immigration Law; Green Cards; Visa Classifications; U.S. Citizenship; Asylum.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Inbound for TSA Security Screeners: USERRA Rights
Mathew B. Tully, January 17, 2013
Transportation Security Administration screeners will finally be protected from supervisors who discriminate against them because of their military service. Under legislation signed into law by President Barack Obama in August of 2012, the protections already afforded to most federal employees by...
Year Established: 2005