- WIVB Channel 4 News, August 19, 2021
ACV Auctions, considered in some circles as the darlings of Buffalo’s nascent start-up industry, has reported rapid growth after it won the 43North competition’s $1 million prize. Since the 2015 victory, the company has taken the industry by storm as the nation’s fastest-growing dealer-to-dealer online wholesale auction marketplace for vehicles. But ACV’s success is now under scrutiny in a federal lawsuit filed by two local car dealerships, which accuse the Buffalo company of allowing, and participating in, what is called “shill bidding,” to increase interest in, and boost sales of, vehicles on its platform.
- The Buffalo News , June 19, 2021
The lawyer leading an effort to remove safety cameras from school zones in Buffalo now seeks their immediate deactivation and the city's return of more than $1.3 million in collected fines following the recent Common Council vote to end the program.
- May 4, 2021
- The Buffalo News, January 26, 2021
A recent series of local suits coming before both Democratic and Republican State Supreme Court judges have either led to temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions barring enforcement of the governor's Covid-19 restrictions, or the suits have been quickly followed by the state loosening restrictions while legal challenges were still pending.
- Law 360, January 4, 2021
- Spectrum News, December 14, 2020
- WGRZ, December 10, 2020
AMHERST, N.Y. — An Amherst law firm has filed a lawsuit on behalf of 38 businesses that seek "a systemwide reopening" across New York.
- Buffalo Business First, November 3, 2020