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Nonprofit 101 – Free Seminar:  November 7, 2018 Do you server as a member of a nonprofit board? Registration Required: Join us for a free seminar designed for anyone who serves as an officer or member of the board of directors of a nonprofit organization or soliciting charitable contributions. Presenters:  Gary Schuster, Partner., and Kara…

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DEC’s Release of New Part 360 Regulations Creates Uncertainty   Despite the recent release of much-needed updates to Part 360, the status of New York State’s solid waste regulatory scheme remains anything but solidified. The last comprehensive revision to the state’s Part 360 solid waste regulations occurred nearly 25 years ago, back when solid waste…

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Should New York Restrict Restrictive Covenants?    Recent news about Crystal Run Healthcare suing Orange Regional Medical Center, for hiring one of their former doctors, raises the issue of the use of restrictive covenants in employment contracts. News reports say the doctor’s employment agreement with Crystal Run prohibits her from practicing medicine within 15 miles…

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The Duties of Not-for-Profit Directors  Not-for-profit organizations come in all shapes and sizes.[1]  From large universities and medical centers to tiny arts organizations and sports leagues, they are all subject to the same laws and regulations. At the federal level, the Internal Revenue Code provides exemption from income tax to a wide range of organizations. …

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DEC Releases New SEQRA Regulations The wait is over. After promising updates to the State Environmental Quality Review Act (“SEQRA”) since 2012 and pushing back the release date several times, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (“DEC”) has finally published the final version of the updated regulations. These updates are the first change…

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Things to Consider When Planning A Business Exit Planning a Business Exit Congratulations on successfully building and growing your business. The odds were against you surviving more than 5 years, but you beat the odds. Have your thoughts now turned to retirement? Or cashing out? Successful business exit or succession require just as much planning…

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News Release:  Allison G. Cappella, Esq. Graduates Pattern Fellows Program   Press Release For more information, contact: Michele Babcock, Managing Partner Jacobowitz and Gubits LLP, 845-778-2121  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Allison G. Cappella, Esq. of Jacobowitz & Gubits Graduates Pattern Fellows Program Class of 2018 WALDEN – The law firm of Jacobowitz and Gubits, LLP (J&G)…

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A Change to the Law Regarding Prevailing Wages for Public Work A Change to the Law Regarding Prevailing Wages for Public Work If you have been following the buzz regarding the proposed changes to existing New York State Labor Law, then you’re probably interested to know what exactly those changes are. First, a procedural note…

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News Release:  Kelly A. Pressler, Esq. Elected Vice President of Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York for Second Term Press Release For more information, contact: Michele Babcock Jacobowitz and Gubits LLP Managing Partner, 845-778-2121   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Kelly Pressler of Jacobowitz and Gubits Elected Treasurer of Women’s Bar Association of the…

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When you start a business, you have the opportunity to create a sole proprietorship, LLC, or corporation. Each option has advantages and disadvantages, but many people choose to register as an LLC, or limited liability company, to get similar legal protections offered to corporations while still operating as a small business. What Is an LLC?…

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