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The attorneys at Sholes & Miller LLP are committed to providing outstanding service and unparalleled professionalism. While we have grown to be a preeminent law firm for healthcare providers and facilities, our capabilities extend far beyond that scope. Our experienced attorneys practice in a variety of areas that address the legal needs of professionals, businesses and individuals.

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"Enough is Enough": What You Need to Know About the New Law
The recent passage of the New York State Education Law that’s being called “Enough is Enough” means that all private colleges and universities in the state must amend their Title IX policies (“codes of conduct”) to incorporate the requirements of the new law, or risk losing state aid and assistance. A certificate of compliance with…

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Jeffrey Judd, Esq. Promoted to Partner
Sholes & Miller, LLP is pleased to announce that Jeffrey Judd, Esq. has become a partner in the firm. Mr. Judd will continue to focus his practice on medical malpractice and personal injury litigation. A graduate of Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Mr. Judd has experience in the areas of high-profile mass tort litigation,…

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Going To Court: Can I Do It Myself?
We have seen some rather terrible things happen to people when they have gone to court without at least consulting an attorney. Therefore, we always recommend that people at least speak with an attorney before deciding to proceed without one. New York State does, however, have “do-it-yourself forms,” and computer programs that are designed to…

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