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By Mara B. Levin, Carol M. Goodman, Jonathan Adler
Pending further legal developments, employers are not required to abide by the revised federal regulations, which raised the minimum salary requirement to $913 per week.
By Barbara Lawrence, Katy Donlan
Will the election of Donald Trump and Republican control of both houses of Congress bring with it the repeal of the estate tax? If so, should you begin planning (or not planning) accordingly?
By Alan Lyons, Brendan Schmitt
Until recently, the ACORD 25 certificate of liability insurance form was the standard construction industry form provided by a policyholder to an additional insured...
By Nancy Mertzel
The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California recently granted summary judgment to defendant CoreLogic, Inc., in a DMCA case involving real estate listings on a MLS.
By Daniel Etna, Richard Morris
Kara Bingham, associate editor of The Hedge Fund Law Report, recently interviewed Herrick corporate partner Richard Morris about enhanced regulatory requirements hedge fund managers ...
By Mitchell Korbey, Anne F. McCaughey
An agreement on a key component to the renewal of the 421a program was reached yesterday between the REBNY and The Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York.
By Mitchell Korbey, Anne F. McCaughey
The New York City Department of City Planning (DCP) has released its proposed framework for the rezoning of East Harlem.
By Barry Werbin
When watching a feature film, TV series or other media production, we often take for granted the appearance of artwork, designs and scene backgrounds without giving them a second thought.
By Lawrence Kaye, Howard Spiegler
The international art market has seen tremendous growth over the past several years. The industry has not only rebounded from the 2009 recession, but also scored record prices in art and jewelry auctions.
By Stephen Brodie
In previous articles, I have explored the risks, mitigants and motivations of private banks and other lenders in making loans secured by fine art as collateral.
By Carol M. Goodman, Mara B. Levin
With the 2016 elections fast approaching, New York employers should be reminded that they are obligated to allow employees time off from work to vote.
By Barry Werbin
Second Circuit's reversal of the district court's finding that the verbatim use of the famous Abbott & Costello "Who's on First?" comedy skit by the producers of "Hand of God" qualified as a non‐infringing fair use.
By Ronald Levine
Government and private civil litigation have been on the rise in the food industry in recent years. We have seen mandatory recalls, food executives charged with crimes for selling contaminated products, and companies hit with massive class actions asserting fraudulent labeling claims.
By Douglas Heller
Although many may have heard of the Martin Act because of high profile investigations and enforcement actions brought by the New York attorney general involving major public companies, it is perhaps most frequently applied in the public offerings in New York of condominiums and similar projects.
By Therese M. Doherty, Howard R. Elisofon, Jonathan Adler, Jason D'Angelo, Christopher P. Greeley, Arthur Jakoby, Victor Rocco, Scott Tross, David Rosenfield
United States District Court Judge Jed S. Rakoff issued a scathing opinion and order, criticizing Uber for their role in retaining and failing to properly supervise unlicensed private investigators...
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