Ruskin Moscou Faltischek

Health Law Alert - OBS Rental Rules Called Into Question

Not long after the passage of the laws permitting physicians to operate accredited office based surgery practices (“OBSPs”), the Department of Health (the “Department”) Website included a list of “Frequently Asked Questions”…more

Accreditation, Ambulatory Surgery Centers, Healthcare, Leases, Physicians

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Corporate & Securities, April 2013 - Smaller Reporting Companies Now Subject To Say-On-Pay Disclosures In Annual Meeting Proxy Statements

On July 21, 2010, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act was enacted (the “Act”). The Act imposed several new requirements on publicly reporting companies subject to the SEC’s proxy rules. Included in…more

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Assignments Of PACA Claims: New Opportunities For Unpaid Produce Sellers, Credit Insurance Companies, Claims Purchasers & Others

The Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act (“PACA”) is an invaluable tool for produce sellers to ensure repayment for goods sold and delivered. Traditionally, it has been used by sellers of produce to recover against purchasers…more

Assignments, Commercial Bankruptcy, Credit Insurance, Purchasers, Sellers

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Current Developments and Future Trends in False Claims Act Litigation

This past year marked another wildly successful year for the Department of Justice (DOJ) in recovering nearly six billion dollars as a result of False Claims Act (FCA) enforcements, settlements and qui tam whistleblower…more

DOJ, Enforcement Actions, Enforcement Statistics, False Claims Act (FCA), Federal Contractors

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Efforts to rein in Proposition 65 abuse have gone awry

The lofty goal of Proposition 65 was to incentivize manufacturers, importers, distributors, wholesalers and retailers to reformulate their products so that consumers were not needlessly exposed to "listed chemicals" (the term of…more

Chemicals, OEHHA, Proposition 65, Safe Harbors, Warning Labels

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RMF Litigators Obtain Reversal Of Denial Of Long-Term Disability Benefits

When a private insurance company denies a claim for long-term disability benefits, one appeals that decision through that same insurance company’s appeal process. This does not bode particularly well for the appealing…more

Disability Benefits, Disability Insurance, Insurance Litigation

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PSEG Long Island Proposes its Utility 2.0 Long Range Plan

On July 1, 2014, PSEG Long Island (PSEG-LI) proposed its Utility 2.0 Long Range Plan (“Utility 2.0 Plan” or “Plan”) to reduce power usage and increase energy efficiency over the next four years. To take effect, PSEG-LI’s Utility…more

Electricity, Energy Reform, Utilities Sector

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New Domains Will Debut in April at a Rate of 20 Per Week

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the Internet’s governing body, is expected to begin its rollout of new generic top-level domains (gTLD) by mid-2013…more

gTLD, ICANN, Internet, Trademark Clearinghouse, Trademarks

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International Practice Alert: September 2013 - When Can A Foreign Consulate Appear For A Foreign Citizen?

Estate litigation and probate proceedings are sometimes complicated when a beneficiary, close family member or other interested party is a citizen of a foreign nation. In an attempt to ease this burden, international treaties…more

Foreign Nationals, Trials

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Health Law Alert - January 2016: Mandatory Sick Leave Law in New York City

Did you know that New York City has a law that requires employers to give their employees paid sick leave if they meet certain requirements? Under New York City’s “Earned Sick Time Act” (“Paid Sick Leave Law”) employers…more

Notice Requirements, Paid Sick Leave Act, Posting Requirements, Public Health, Sick Leave

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PSEG Long Island Proposes its Utility 2.0 Long Range Plan

On July 1, 2014, PSEG Long Island (PSEG-LI) proposed its Utility 2.0 Long Range Plan (“Utility 2.0 Plan” or “Plan”) to reduce power usage and increase energy efficiency over the next four years. To take effect, PSEG-LI’s Utility…more

Electricity, Energy Reform, Utilities Sector

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Real Estate Law Alert - December 2014

Dear Friend: We would like to make you aware of a recent development that may have substantial impact on the occupancy of your building and the liability of the Board of Directors and/or management company. "Airbnb" and…more

AirBnB, Co-Op, Hotels, Rental Property

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Starting Off The New Year Right

As we all begin 2016 with resolutions for a better year, it is also a prime time to review your company’s policies to help avoid employment-related minefields. In addition to certain new obligations beginning this year, there…more

DOL, FLSA, Independent Contractors, Minimum Wage, Misclassification

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New York State Proposes Sweeping Revisions to Solid Waste Regulations

Governor Cuomo has proposed a comprehensive revision to the regulations governing the disposal of solid waste. Under the proposed rule making the entire existing regulations for solid waste management facilities will be…more

Department of Environmental Conservation, Governor Cuomo, Landfills, New Regulations, Solid Waste

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Aggressive New Cms Pre-Payment Review Initiative Threatens Physician Practices And Hospitals

According to a recent report in the American Medical News, The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (“CMS”) published plans to increase the number of pre-payment reviews of hospital and physician claims from 1.2 million to…more

ACOs, Affordable Care Act, CMS, Fee-for-Service, Healthcare

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Real Estate Law Alert - December 2014

Dear Friend: We would like to make you aware of a recent development that may have substantial impact on the occupancy of your building and the liability of the Board of Directors and/or management company. "Airbnb" and…more

AirBnB, Co-Op, Hotels, Rental Property

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Trusts & Estates Alert - May 2014: Recent Changes to New York's Estate and Trust Income Tax Laws

Effective April 1, 2014, as part of the implementation of the 2014-2015 budget, the legislature and Governor Cuomo made significant changes to New York’s estate tax and trust income tax laws. According to Governor Cuomo, a key…more

Estate Tax, Exclusions, New Legislation, Residency Status, Tax Exemptions

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Corporate & Securities, April 2013 - Smaller Reporting Companies Now Subject To Say-On-Pay Disclosures In Annual Meeting Proxy Statements

On July 21, 2010, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act was enacted (the “Act”). The Act imposed several new requirements on publicly reporting companies subject to the SEC’s proxy rules. Included in…more

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RMF Pro Bono Case “Under Reconsideration” as a Result of New Trade Legislation

On June 29, 2015, President Barack Obama signed the Trade Adjustment Assistance Reauthorization Act of 2015 (“TAARA 2015”) into law as part of the Trade Preferences Extension Act of 2015, which gave President Obama "fast track"…more

Attorney's Fees, China, Court of International Trade, General Mills, Intellectual Property Protection

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Starting Off The New Year Right

As we all begin 2016 with resolutions for a better year, it is also a prime time to review your company’s policies to help avoid employment-related minefields. In addition to certain new obligations beginning this year, there…more

DOL, FLSA, Independent Contractors, Minimum Wage, Misclassification

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Real Estate Law Alert - Court Dismisses "Buyer's Remorse" Claim and Awards Developer $577,000 in Attorneys' Fees

Back in Autumn, 2010, we wrote that purchasers of condominium units in the New York metropolitan area were invoking the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act, 15 U.S.C. §§1701-20 (ILSA), to cancel their agreements to…more

Attorney's Fees, Buyers, Counterclaims, Land Sale Contract, Lot Descriptions

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Areas of Practice
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