Rochester began its long history as a manufacturing hub with many of the flour mills operating along the Genesee River. It was dubbed “The Flour City” for this reason and later renamed “The Flower City” because of its plentiful gardens and yearly Lilac Festival. Now, Rochester is home to many modern industry giants and vibrant higher education, healthcare and development-stage business sectors.
Phillips Lytle is proud to represent many of Rochester’s highest-profile banks, developers and corporations. Our resident expertise in banking, commercial and real estate transactions, telecommunications, corporate transactions and counseling, and litigation comes with seamless access to the full range of legal services available from our 40 firm-wide practice areas.
Phillips Lytle LLP Partners James R. Grasso and Kevin J. Mulvehill to Present for Rochester Rotary Club Webinar Titled, “B2B Panel: Vaccination Guidance for Employers and NYS Paid Sick Leave”
“Ransomware Attack May Be a Matter of When, Not If,” Rochester Business Journal, February 2021
Recreational Marijuana Likely to be Legalized in N.Y. This Year