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Timothy J. DeMore. Tim DeMore is an experienced trial attorney having successfully tried numerous high profile cases to verdict in State and Federal Courts since 2000. Tim's practice is primarily focused on representing individuals who have been severely injured as a result of medical malpractice, automobile accidents, ...


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Mar 26, 2018 ... The family filed the lawsuit under pseudonyms, given the nature of the allegations. It was filed earlier this month in state Supreme Court in Schenectady County. The family is represented by attorney Timothy J. DeMore of Syracuse. He refused to comment on the lawsuit Monday. The incident happened the ...


Aug 9, 2017 ... According to accounts of the event from three people who attended and one person familiar with the skit, Damore performed as professor Timothy Mitchison, who discovered a concept initially called “Microtubule Jerking." Damore, portraying Mitchison, used suggestive phrases to thank women who had ...


Tim Cresswell was appointed Dean of the Faculty and Vice President for Academic Affairs on July 1, 2016. ... timothy.cresswell@trincoll.edu ... Sylvia W. DeMore. Special Assistant to the Dean of Faculty, assists the dean with all matters pertaining to the Appointments & Promotions and Educational Policy Committees, ...


After the television discussion it was conceded that the Pope probably did not deny the existence of hell. To do so would have been to overthrow 2000 years of church teaching and would amount to heresy. He may have said something to the effect that hell is nowhere in space-time, not “down below”, any more than heaven ...