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AN IMPORTANT TIP FOR MUNICIPALITIES USING ZOOM FOR PUBLIC MEETINGS UNDER NYS GOVERNOR’S GUIDANCE Following Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order 202.6, many municipalities are using Zoom to comply with the requirement that remote meetings be made available to the public. We want you to be aware of one potential complication of doing so. Today’s Daily Freeman…

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THE CARES ACT PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act Paycheck Protection Program will likely be one of the more popular programs included in the federal stimulus bill that was just signed into law. Congress wants to help small business employers maintain high employment by offering loans from Small Business…

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CORONAVIRUS RESOURCE PAGE For the past several months, the firm has remained fully operational and continued to provide seamless, high quality legal services to our clients.   As we move forward, we want our clients to know that our full-service team is available to provide you with the assistance you need in whatever format makes the…

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ATTENTION PROPERTY OWNERS OF RESIDENTIAL, MULTIFAMILY, AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES Recent changes in landlord tenant-laws in New York have been impactful for property owners of residential, multifamily, and investment properties. Of particular significance has been the Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019 (“HSTPA”), signed into law on June 14, 2019. HSTPA has impacted almost…

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Planning to cancel a public board meeting due to COVID concerns?  You can conference call instead (but do it the right way.) A core principle of the Open Meetings Law (OML) is that public bodies must conduct public business in public. Amid widespread public health concern about public gatherings,that principle is adapting to the Coronavirus emergency….

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UNDERSTANDING THE IMPACT OF THE HOUSING STABAILITY AND PROTECTION ACT OF 2019 On June 14, 2019, the New York Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019 (HSTPA) became law.  This law signifies a seismic shift in the balance of power between landlords and tenants, whereby the legislature has amended many parts of the state’s…

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New Tenant Harassment Bill Signed Last week, Governor Cuomo signed legislation (A.6188/S.2605) protecting rent-regulated tenants by preventing landlords from creating unsafe, disruptive or uninhabitable conditions in an effort to force tenants from their homes. The previous law only provided protections to tenants who could demonstrate physical injury and did not take into account the conditions…

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AVOIDING SLIP AND FALLS WHEN YOU’RE 55 AND OLDER   Being 55 years old is surely is not as old as 55 used to be. Now at 55 you can be fully employed, if that be your pleasure, and looking forward to many more productive years. You can volunteer, exercise, travel, participate in sports or,even…

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WHAT THE ORANGE COUNTY SOCIAL HOST LAW MEANS FOR YOU     It is holiday time. Food and drink and parties. College kids home from school. So now is the time to think about what is your responsibility for those around you, who are under 21, in your home, drinking alcoholic beverages. If you are over…

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There are many factors to contemplate when considering a divorce. Our divorce tips will help you be aware of the impact a divorce will have on you, your children, finances, taxes, insurance and property. Here are some key factors to consider before filing for divorce: Divorce Tips, #1: Consider your Options There are many ways to approach a…

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