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Broome County was named after John Broome, who was the lieutenant governor in 1806 when the county was established. Today, Broome County is home to the State University of New York at Binghamton. This post secondary school grew from a small liberal arts college in the 1940s to a doctorate granting research university currently.
Broome County is home to many famous faces. Such faces include John Allen, Percival Borde, Norman F. Cantor, Cynthia Clarey, Richard Deacon, Mike Dunham, Jake Gardner, Kenny Brown, Robert Harpur, Bill T. Jones, Edwin A. Link, Leonard Melfi, HidyOchiai, Amy Sedaris, David Sedaris, Ron Sterling, and Mike Coolbaugh. With all these famous faces, one is forced to wonder whether there is something in Broome County’s water that pushes people towards fame!
If you are facing legal charges in Broome County, there are many qualified Broome County lawyers in your vicinity that would be willing to help you. These attorneys are skilled in areas of law such as personal injury, DUI, business, contracts, real estate, wills and estate planning, divorce, child custody, and many more.
Broome County recently won a lawsuit against some former employees of the county. The action arose when the new administration took over the county and looked in the finances of the previous administration. The current Broome County officials noted that there was a discrepancy in the disbursed sick time pay to several former employees. It appeared as though the previous County Executive “re-interpreted” the rules governing sick leave pay outs and awarded more than $200,000 in pay outs to at least 10 former employees. Under the judgment in the lawsuit, the former employees of Broome County that were named as defendants must pay back their improperly received pay outs.
If you have a legal action that you need to go to court over in Broome County, you will likely report to the Supreme Court for Broome County. This court has the power to hear most types of cases that arise in the county, and a local attorney can help you through the system.
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