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A Review of New York’s Proposed Sexual Violence Legislation – Part I: Consent

As we noted in our last post, we will be taking a closer look at the specific provisions of New York’s proposed sexual violence legislation over the next week or so. With the Governor’s Office urging New York colleges and...more

Inside the New York Budget Bill: Guidance Released Regarding Transitional Compliance and Qualified New York Manufacturers

On March 31, 2014, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law a budget bill containing major corporate tax reform. That new law resulted in significant changes for many corporate taxpayers, including a complete repeal of Article...more

Sexual Violence Legislation Proposed for Colleges and Universities in New York

As many of you know, on Wednesday, February 25, New York’s Governor Cuomo announced his support for new legislation in New York related to sexual misconduct on college campuses. ...more

E-Discovery and Information Management: New Email Retention Policy for New York State Heightens the Need to Timely Serve...

According to recent media reports, New York State has now implemented the 90-day email retention policy that was previously announced by the Cuomo Administration in June 2013. The reports indicate that various state agencies’...more

Recently Enacted Legislation Requires New York Institutions to Report Violent Felonies and Missing Students

Governor Cuomo has signed into law amendments to New York’s Campus Safety Act requiring institutions to notify law enforcement within 24 hours after receipt of a report of a violent felony or a report that a student residing...more

New York Statute Aims to Curb Abuse of Certificates of Insurance

A certificate of insurance (“COI”) is a document issued by an insurer or broker that evidences the existence of insurance coverage under specific circumstances. On January 28, 2015, New York’s Governor Andrew Cuomo signed...more

New York Employment Roundup: January 2015

Today’s New York employment law landscape is increasingly dynamic, with a constant stream of new legislation and judicial opinions. To keep our readers current on the latest happenings, we will share regular summaries of...more

New York Hospitality Industry Wage Board Recommends Increase in Tipped Employee Minimum Wage

On September 15, 2014, the New York State Commissioner of Labor assigned the three-member Hospitality Industry Wage Board (“Wage Board”) with the task of reviewing and making recommendations regarding what changes, if any,...more

What Every Employer Needs to Know About the New Compassionate Care Act (AKA the ‘Medical Marijuana Law’)

In July 2014, Governor Cuomo signed the Compassionate Care Act (CCA), also known as the “Medical Marijuana Law.” New York is now the twenty-third state to enact such a law. Rules and regulations that will govern the...more

MoFo New York Tax Insights - Volume 6, Issue 2

In This Issue: - Governor Cuomo Releases 2015-16 Executive Budget, Including New York City Corporate Tax Reform - New Commissioner of Taxation and Finance - ALJ Holds That Husband Changed His Domicile to...more

New York Governor’s Budget Proposes Radical Tax Changes

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo introduced his 2015-2016 budget and accompanying legislation on January 19, 2015 (the 2015 Budget Bill). If enacted, New York’s tax law will be significantly altered for the second time in two...more

Amendments to New York's Wage Theft Prevention Act: A Double-Edged Sword for Employers

On December 29, 2014, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill into law that amends the New York Wage Theft Prevention Act (the "Act"). While the amendments relieve New York employers from some administrative burdens, that is...more

The New “Click-Through”?: New York Budget Proposal Requires Marketplace Providers to Collect Tax

On January 21, Governor Cuomo delivered his State of the State address, along with proposing the new budget. The budget has a number of new tax proposals. One of those proposals would have a significant impact on e-commerce...more

Governor Cuomo Will Seek Increase to Minimum Wage

Governor Cuomo announced Sunday that he will propose raising the minimum wage in New York State to $10.50 per hour and in New York City to $11.50 by 2016. As previously reported in the New York Times, the Governor had...more

New York Passes Telehealth Bill

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a Bill late last week, which will take effect as of January 1, expanding telehealth coverage in New York. This law does three things which are on the leading edge of telehealth coverage....more

Changes to New York’s Wage Theft Prevention Act Eliminating the Annual Wage Notice Requirement

On December 29, 2014, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill that amends the Wage Theft Prevention Act (the “WTPA”) eliminating the burdensome annual wage notice requirement that was previously placed on employers (the...more

School Districts: New York State Amends Real Property Tax Law to Allow School Districts to "Charge Back" Tax Refunds to School...

On December 29, 2014, Governor Cuomo signed a law granting school districts the authority to "charge back" real property tax certiorari refunds to school district public libraries. Until now, school districts that levied real...more

Critical Update Concerning the Wage Theft Prevention Act

On December 29, 2014, Governor Cuomo signed a bill amending the Wage Theft Prevention Act (WTPA) to eliminate the requirement that employers provide annual wage notices to all existing employees between January 1 and February...more

New York Employers Are No Longer Obligated to Provide Annual Wage Notices to Existing Employees

Effective this year, employers no longer need to provide annual wage notices to their New York employees. Employers must, however, continue to provide such notices to employees at the time of hire....more

New York Wage Theft Prevention Act Amended – Annual Wage Notices No Longer Required

On December 29, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law amendments to the New York Wage Theft Prevention Act (the “WTPA”). Bill A08106C (Assembly), S05885-B (Senate). Most notably, the amendments eliminate the WTPA’s annual...more

2014 Changes to the New York Uniform Commercial Code

The changes provide modernization but with some nonuniform provisions. On December 17, 2014, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law New York Assembly Bill 9933, which amends the Uniform Commercial Code (the...more

New York Wage Theft Prevention Act Update: Annual Notice Requirement Is Removed for 2015

On December 29, 2014, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the long-awaited amendment (“Amendment”) to the Wage Theft Prevention Act (“WTPA” or “Act”) and a chapter memorandum. Notably, the Amendment and the chapter memorandum...more

Latest update on the New York State Wage Theft Act Annual Pay Notices: No Need to Distribute Them. But NY Employers, Don’t Forget...

Confirming earlier reports, New York employers will not have to distribute New York State Wage Theft Act Annual Pay Notices in January 2015 or thereafter....more

A Late Holiday Present from Governor Cuomo: Annual New York Wage Theft Prevention Act Notices Are Not Required Beginning in 2015

As we covered in the June 2014 issue of the New York eAuthority, the New York legislature adopted a bill that eliminates the annual notice requirement under the New York Wage Theft Prevention Act. At that time, it was...more

Key Changes to New York's Wage Theft Prevention Act Become Law

After a delay of nearly six months, on December 29, 2014, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into a law a bill (A 8106-C, S5885-B) that amends the state's Labor Law, including the Wage Theft Prevention Act (the WTPA), and...more

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