Mike Roche focuses his practice on federal income tax matters, specifically U.S. taxation of corporate & partnership transactions and not-for-profits. He also maintains an active executive compensation practice. His experience includes performing due diligence review, drafting memoranda, and advising not-for-profit clients on issues relating to formation, operation, and dissolution.


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As an associate with a focus in civil litigation, as well as labor and employment, Anna McCarthy counsels clients in a variety of areas. In the labor field, she counsels clients on the development of employee policies, wage and hour issues, discipline and termination decisions, discrimination and harassment claims, and employment contract disputes.


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Sara advises both public and private sector employers in all areas of labor relations and employment law.


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Amanda Karpovich's experience includes counseling clients regarding compliance with the Securities Act of 1933, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and NYSE and NASDAQ rules. She also has experience performing due diligence review, drafting memoranda, and drafting transactional and governance documents.


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A business litigator with nearly sixteen years of experience representing our clients in courts throughout the country, John Horn also has served as the Partner in Charge of the firm’s Buffalo office since January 2009. Since joining the firm in 2000, John has litigated complex business, construction, Indian law and environmental disputes in state, federal and tribal courts, as well as in mediation and arbitration. His experience also includes appeals in the New York State Appellate Division, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals and the New York Court of Appeals.


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