Last week’s recap of the top legal headlines in New York: 9th August

New York City to require vaccinations to enter all gyms and restaurants As cannabis is legalized in New York, PharmaCann launches ambitious IPO Supreme Court blocks part of New York COVID eviction ban NY State raisies the age of consent, blocking child marriage Rudy Giuliani set to face ethics probe

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Last week’s recap of the top legal headlines in New York:

Law & Order’ Actor Indicted For Murder In New York For Shooting A Man Virtual wedding ceremonies are no longer legal in the state of New York Johnson & Johnson settles New York opioid lawsuit for $230 million Rudy Giuliani barred from practicing law in New York News Corp settle

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Last week’s recap of the top legal headlines in New York:

Clearview AI raises $30 millions despite New York Legal Issues US Legal industry to consider focus outside of New York US Supreme Court to Review New York Gun Laws New York Senator to speed up Legal Cannabis program in the city Further COVID regulations set to be introduced in New

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Statute of Limitations in New York

A statute of limitations is a law that sets out the maximum amount of time that a party involved in a dispute has to commence legal proceedings against an opposing party. The limitation periods vary by jurisdiction and are applicable in civil and criminal cases. One major issue not addressed

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Protection of Private Information in New York: SHIELD Act of New York

In this digital world, there’s one thing that we cannot live without – the Internet. As we are aware, the Internet became an even more important part of our lives during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Negatives go hand-and-hand with the benefits of the Internet. As we are aware, hackers are actively

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MSPB, EEOC & Negotiated Grievance Procedures Complaints: Federal Government Employment Law Basics

Hayes & Simon retains lawyers that have experience handling appeals to the Merit System Protection Board (MSPB), grievances under the Negotiated Grievance Procedure and complaints to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) from our New York and some overseas associated offices. We have handled removals and other punishments of GS

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Rental Abatements of Commercial Leases during New York Coronavirus Lockdown based on the Legal Doctrine of Commercial Frustration/Frustration of Purpose

New York Commercial Tenants, because of New York State mandatory business shutdown rules were, in many cases, locked out or otherwise not able to completely utilize their rental properties for a period of time because of these government lockdowns. Many NY commercial tenants are filing to New York court to

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International Distribution Agreements: Selling your Products, Systems & Services Abroad via Distributors, Agents & Franchisees

Our attorneys at Hayes & Simon see too many international distribution agreements, agent agreements and franchise agreements that are mere spun U.S. or European distribution agreements. These agreements are utilized for matters concerning the distribution of a products, systems or services abroad and should be based, in most cases, based

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Good New York Lawyers Beats Goliath Everyday In New York Courts

It can be daunting to think about suing anyone, let alone a huge department store like Macy’s. The same Macy’s that brings us Santa Claus and the opening of the holiday season with their annual Thanksgiving Day Parade televised nationally.  The same Macy’s with department stores all over the United

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