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Getting Ready to Apply for a License under the New Marijuana Law

The Marihuana Regulation and Taxation Act (“MRTA”) provides for the award of a variety of licenses. Applicants should get ready now.

Employer Notification Obligations to Terminated Employees

In this short article Attorney Jeffrey Sculley reminds employers of the best way to handle terminating an employee.

New York State Extends Eviction & Foreclosure Moratorium until August 31, 2021

For New York tenants and landlords the considerable wait for relief from rental arrears may be just around the corner. 

Benefit Corporations: Balancing Social Responsibility with Shareholder Obligations

New York, like a number of other states, has a special category for companies seeking to be socially responsible, namely “benefit corporations,” or B Corps.

Albany Considering Extending the Eviction and Foreclosure Moratoria

The moratoria are set to expire on May 1, 2021. These bills would extend those protections until August 31, 2021.