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July 9, 2021
Contractor Legal Update: NYC Department of Buildings (NYC DOB) Rescinds It's COVID-19 Guidance

The NYC DOB is rescinding their COVID-19 guidance which means 6' of social distancing and/or face masks will not be required for owners and contractors.

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July 9, 2021
New Just Cause Laws Now In Effect For NYC Fast-Food Restaurant Employers

NYC’s “just cause” laws, banning at-will employment at fast-food restaurants, are now in effect. Fast-food employers should be hyper aware of the latest set of requirements and take the necessary precautionary steps to protect their businesses.

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July 6, 2021
Changes to the Liability Provisions of the New York Real Estate Transfer Tax

Earlier this spring, New York Governor, Andrew Cuomo, signed the fiscal year 2022 budget bill, which included two notable changes to the liability provisions of the New York State real estate transfer tax requirements.

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June 17, 2021
New York's Affordable Broadband Act Blocked By Federal Judge

New York's Affordable Broadband Act Blocked By Federal Judge What Is The Affordable Broadband Act? Back in April, Governor Cuomo passed the Affordable Broadband Act, which required internet service providers serving more than 20,000 households to offer low-income residents broadband with download speeds of at least 25 megabits-per-second for $15 a month. For faster broadband […]

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May 26, 2021
Co-op Boards May Have to Explain Rejections Per New Proposed Bill

New York State Senators had recently introduced legislation that would require co-op boards to explain the reasoning behind any of their rejections.

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May 21, 2021
College Athletes Now Allowed To Monetize Their Image & Brand In Some States

Georgia is one of the most recent states to adopt NIL laws, which allow student athletes to profit from their image and name with endorsements and brand deals.

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April 28, 2021
NY Post: $100M Suit Looms Over CUNY For Remote Students’ Facility Fees During COVID | Press

Attorney Israel Klein represents CUNY student in a $100M lawsuit over CUNY facility fees during COVID.

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April 15, 2021
Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle Could Lead to Deportation

If you or anyone you know with an immigration status has been accused of a crime, this is a major development that could lead to deportation.

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April 1, 2021
Recreational Marijuana Use Is Now Legal In New York

As of Wednesday, March 31st, Governor Cuomo has signed and passed the Marijuana Regulation & Taxation Act (MRTA), officially legalizing recreational cannabis use in New York.

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March 18, 2021
Women In Law That Changed The Legal Industry

March is Women's History Month ✨ To celebrate, we are highlighting some of law’s leading ladies and the “firsts” that paved the way for women in law. Who Was The First American Female Lawyer? Arabella Mansfield Arabella graduated from Iowa Wesleyan College as valedictorian in 1866. Shortly after, she began teaching at Simpson College, while studying […]

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