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New York City & State Implement Stronger Protections Against Workplace Harassment

By Greg Hessinger

As states begin to focus heightened attention on sexual harassment in the workplace in the wake of the #MeToo movement, New York State (“NY State”) and New York City (“NYC”) have implemented stronger protections for employees against workplace harassment. 1,180 more words

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What is Assault in the First Degree?

What is Assault in the First Degree?

In New York, there are three degrees of assault charges: Assault in the First Degree, Assault in the Second Degree, and Assault in the Third Degree. 664 more words

Are You Adequately Insured By Your Car Insurance Policy?

Are you adequately insured by your car insurance policy? What does your car insurance cover?

Car insurance is a requirement in New York; if you own or drive a vehicle, that vehicle must be insured. 892 more words

9th Circuit: Assignment in Breach of PSA is Voidable not Void. Here is why they are wrong

The thousands of trial court and appellate decisions that have hung their hat on illegal assignments being “voidable” demonstrates either a lack of understanding of common law business trusts or an adherence to a faulty doctrine in which homeowners pay the price for fraudulent bank activities.

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