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By Victor Metsch
Rao and Raj owned and resided in condominium units in the building.
By Smith Gambrell & Russell LLP
The Confidentiality of Substance Use Disorder Patient Records regulations (commonly referred to as "Part 2"), a federal privacy law aimed at protecting patient
By Phillip Hoover
The House of Representatives and Senate impasse over how strongly to regulate per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances ("PFAS") in drinking water and as hazardous substances under CERCLA has been resolved.
By Victor Metsch
Awilka Alonzo sued Audubon Avenue Housing after she purportedly trip and fell over a metal door saddle in her apartment building's lobby at the 215 Audubon Avenue Housing Development.
By Patricia Hill, Theodore Dokko, Matthew Clarke, Patrick J. Cain, Ian Jones, Yash Dave
In Chevalier v. General Nutrition Centers, Inc., the Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently decided that the fluctuating workweek pay method is unlawful under the Pennsylvania Minimum Wage Act (PMWA).
By Phillip Hoover, Andrew Thompson
Copper smelting operations by Atlantic Richfield Co. were responsible for contaminating approximately 100 landowners' property in Opportunity, Montana.
By Patricia Hill, Patrick J. Cain, Yash Dave, Theodore Dokko, Matthew Clarke, Ian Jones
During the holidays, many employers get in the spirit by giving non-exempt employees prizes, awards, nondiscretionary bonuses, and incentive payments.
By Victor Metsch
Plaintiffs (Joseph Ubiles and Bernice Ubiles) and defendants (Ndingfarae Ngardingabe and Julie Camisuli) own adjoining properties on West 147th Street...
By Sean Altschul, Amanda Attenasio, Eric D. Balber, Michael T. Manzi, Stephen W. O'Connell, Todd S. Pickard, Anna Pitter, Dexterrie Ramirez, Robin Silberzweig, Lisa A. Smith, John T. Van Der Tuin, Eliot H. Zuckerman
It has become increasingly difficult for homebuyers to play hide-and-seek in New York. For decades, the wealthy, celebrities, and other people concerned about their privacy...
By Sean Altschul, Amanda Attenasio, Eric D. Balber, Michael T. Manzi, Stephen W. O'Connell, Todd S. Pickard, Anna Pitter, Dexterrie Ramirez, Robin Silberzweig, Lisa A. Smith, John T. Van Der Tuin, Eliot H. Zuckerman
Complaints about noise are among the most common issues faced by boards of cooperatives and condominiums in New York City.
By Richard Rivera
The Lanham Act prohibits registration on the Principal Register of marks that are primarily merely a surname.
By Victor Metsch, John G. McCarthy
The start of the 2019-2020 Term of the Court featured decisions on both criminal law (prosecutions failure to make requested pre-trial disclosures; and juror misconduct)
By Edward Wasmuth
Article III of the U.S. Constitution provides that federal courts can decide "cases" and "controversies."
By Phillip Hoover
A bipartisan group of legislators is set to establish a task force on November 20 to consider the potentially harmful effects of ethylene oxide, a harmful, combustible gas that elevates cancer ...
By Neal T. Dorman, Dana Mark, Svetlana Zagorina
Thanksgiving is just weeks away and 2020 is not far behind – weren't we just thinking about Y2K – so as 2019 winds down consider taking steps to help reduce your estate tax exposure (and might ...
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