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New York’s Paid Family Leave Benefits Law: An Employer’s Guide

USA - September 12 2017 When the New York Paid Family Leave Benefits Law ("PFLBL") takes effect on January 1, 2018, it will be the most generous paid employee leave benefit

The risks and rewards of multiple lender financings: loan participations and syndicated loans

USA - November 26 2014 Although the terms "participation" and "syndication" are commonly used interchangeably, there are significant legal and practical differences between

New rule protects non-party witnesses at depositions in New York

USA - August 4 2015 Nonparty depositions are likely to be significant to any litigation, commercial litigation in particular. They can also be perilous: a company

Financing IDA projects in New York State

USA - November 26 2014 Beginning in the 1960’s, a number of states enacted statutes that created quasi-governmental entities empowered to encourage economic development and

Dealing with a pro se plaintiff

USA - September 4 2015 Typically, when a business is sued, the plaintiff is represented by an attorney. In response, the business engages legal counsel of its own to

New York Moves Beyond Net Metering, Recognizing Unique Value of DER

USA - September 15 2017 On September 14, 2017, the New York Public Service Commission (“PSC” or the “Commission”) issued an Order on Phase One Value of Distributed Energy

New York’s Paid Family Leave Benefits Law: An Employer’s Guide

USA - September 12 2017 When the New York Paid Family Leave Benefits Law ("PFLBL") takes effect on January 1, 2018, it will be the most generous paid employee leave benefit

New Delaware Data Breach Law Continues Trend of States Revising Existing Laws to Impose Greater Reporting Requirements

USA - August 23 2017 Under a law enacted last week in Delaware, companies doing business in the State must satisfy significant new data breach requirements by the middle

U.S. Governors Sign Cybersecurity Compact

USA - August 17 2017 There is no national standard for cybersecurity practices. Rather, various industries, states and agencies have taken steps to define reasonable

EPA Administrator Takes Aim at Aging Superfund Sites

USA - July 27 2017 Despite condoning a 34 percent cut to his agency’s funding for fiscal year 2018, U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt this week announced a seemingly