Magavern & Magavern, a Buffalo law firm at 100 Rand Building, has named James P. Bracken and Richard A. Moore partners.
Bracken specializes in corporate, commercial lending, and revenue bond financing law. He is a graduate of the University at Buffalo Law School and is a member of the Erie County, New York State and American bar associations.
Moore specializes in civil litigation and environmental law. He earned bachelor's and master's degrees from the University at California at Berkeley and a law degree from UB Law School. He is a member of the Erie County, New York State and American bar associations and he serves on the Buffalo Environmental Management Commission.
The firm also named Nancy E. Quinn an associate. She will concentrate primarily on corporate law. She was graduated from Canisius College and UB Law School.
Lustig Financial Services, a financial planning and life insurance products firm at 570 Delaware Ave., recently has been formed by Steven M. Lustig. He is a certified public accountant and will serve as president of the firm. Lustig previously was a vice president for the Glassman Organization in the Liberty Bank Building. He is a graduate of the University at Buffalo and is a resident of Amherst. Loretta Kaczor will serve as Lustig's assistant.
Upstate Milk Cooperatives Inc., 7115 West Main St., LeRoy, has hired Joseph Ur as director of sales and marketing. He has 22 years of experience as an area sales manager for the Kraft Foods Sealtest Division. A graduate of Rutgers University, he will relocate to Western New York.
The Everywoman Opportunity Center Inc., a not-for-profit corporation that serves the career and life-planning needs of women throughout Western New York, has re-elected Linda A. Zablotny-Hurst president of its board of directors. Ms. Zablotny-Hurst is chief staff attorney for Ecology and Environment Inc. of Lancaster.
Buffalo Physical Therapy/Sportscare Services of Tonawanda has announced that Dana Greene has completed a clinical education and training course at McKenzie Institute in Wellington, New Zealand. She now is qualified to evaluate and provide therapy for patients with spinal ailments.