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May 25, 2011

Workforce Challenge

Category: Firm News — admin @ 3:27 pm

On May 19th, nine Maynardites participated in the 31st annual Workforce Challenge, a 3.5-mile run through downtown Albany.  The Workforce Challenge is the largest race in the Capital Region. This year saw a record turnout, with 9,000 runners and over 400 participating companies.  Monies raised from the race supported the Albany Police Athletic League, which builds partnerships among youth, police and the community through collaborative programs. 

Team Maynard

May 16, 2011

Maynard O'Connor Supports Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ulster County

Category: Firm News — admin @ 9:25 am

Maynard O’Connor was pleased to be a sponsor of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ulster County Bowl for Kids’ Sake fundraiser held on May 6, 2011.  This great event helps to raise funds to enable Big Brothers to continue to enrich the lives of many children in Ulster, Greene and Columbia counties who would otherwise go underserved. This organization provides matches, training, support and background checks to help to create positive mentoring relationships that last for many years.  Tangible results of Big Brothers Big Sisters efforts include: 58 % of children in this program did better academically; 60% found a better way of resolving a conflict other than with violence; 81 % avoided the use or initiation of the use of alcohol, tobacco or illegal drugs; 93 % avoided engaging in acts of juvenile delinquency and gang activity; and, 72 % reported getting along better with their parent or guardian and siblings.

In addition to Maynard O’Connor being a repeat sponsor of this annual event, members of Maynard O’Connor also participated as bowlers and helped to raise individual donations as well.

More information about Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ulster County, as well as information regarding opportunities to get involved and help support their important mission is available at: http://www.bigbrothersbigsistersulster.org/

The Bowling Maynards!

Maynard O’Connor Supports Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ulster County

Category: Firm News — admin @ 9:25 am

Maynard O’Connor was pleased to be a sponsor of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ulster County Bowl for Kids’ Sake fundraiser held on May 6, 2011.  This great event helps to raise funds to enable Big Brothers to continue to enrich the lives of many children in Ulster, Greene and Columbia counties who would otherwise go underserved. This organization provides matches, training, support and background checks to help to create positive mentoring relationships that last for many years.  Tangible results of Big Brothers Big Sisters efforts include: 58 % of children in this program did better academically; 60% found a better way of resolving a conflict other than with violence; 81 % avoided the use or initiation of the use of alcohol, tobacco or illegal drugs; 93 % avoided engaging in acts of juvenile delinquency and gang activity; and, 72 % reported getting along better with their parent or guardian and siblings.

In addition to Maynard O’Connor being a repeat sponsor of this annual event, members of Maynard O’Connor also participated as bowlers and helped to raise individual donations as well.

More information about Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ulster County, as well as information regarding opportunities to get involved and help support their important mission is available at: http://www.bigbrothersbigsistersulster.org/

The Bowling Maynards!

May 6, 2011

Rob Rausch Appointment

Category: Firm News — admin @ 10:15 am

Robert Rausch, a partner in the firm, has been appointed to the Committee on Character and Fitness for the New York State Appellate Division.  Prior to admission to the Bar, all applicants must pass the Bar Examination and must also submit to an interview before the Committee to assess the applicant’s character and general fitness for the practice of law.  Members of the Committee are nominated by the Appellate Division and serve for a term of five years.