Syracuse-based Bond, Schoeneck & King has absorbed a six-attorney firm that focuses on the long-term care industry, including nursing homes and assisted-care facilities. The six lawyers from Ruffo Tabora Mainello & McKay’s offices in Albany, Pittsford and Lake Success are joining Bond Schoeneck’s offices in Albany, Rochester and Garden City. With the addition, Bond Schoeneck said it is creating a separate practice for long-term care industry clients, with David Ruffo and Raul Tabora Jr. co-chairing the new group. Ruffo, Tabora, Mark Mainello and John McKay III join Bond Schoeneck as partners, while John Darling and Damien Bielli join as senior counsel.
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