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New York’s JCOPE Issues Advisory Opinion on Gifts to Third Parties

USA - September 30 2020 New York law has long imposed restrictions on lobbyists and clients of lobbyists, as well as on other individuals and entities with business before...

Mark F. Glaser, Katie L. Birchenough.

New York enacts absentee ballot reform measures ahead of the General Election

USA - August 26 2020 During New York’s June primary races, local boards of elections grappled with the intake, collection, and canvassing of an unprecedented number of...

Katie L. Birchenough, Robert M. Harding.

Charitable Giving in a Crisis a Gift Law Reminder for New York Lobbyists and Their Clients

USA - April 21 2020 One thing that has become clear during the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic is that during times of great strife, business entities and...

Mark F. Glaser.

New York Election Law 2019 Year in Review: A Summary of Key Statutory Changes

USA - January 2 2020 New York's 2019 legislative year was exceptional in numerous ways. The sheer volume of bills that passed both houses, especially those affecting...

Mark F. Glaser, Robert M. Harding.

Federal Court Strikes Down as Facially Unconstitutional Portions of NYS ‘Ethics Reform’ Legislation Requiring Certain 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) Disclosures

USA - October 14 2019 Greenberg Traurig previously issued a series of Alerts regarding New York’s 2016 Ethics Reform Legislation. At the time, we highlighted provisions...

Mark F. Glaser, Katie L. Birchenough.