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New York City Appellate Division Upholds Dismissal Of Soda Ban

Mayor Bloomberg’s crusade to ban the sale of large-sized sodas and other sugary beverages has come to an end since a New York Appellate Division recently ruled to uphold a lower court ruling blocking legislation proposed by...more

New York City Passes Earned Sick Time Act; Expects to Override Mayor Bloomberg's Threatened Veto Yet Again

As expected, the New York City Council has passed the Earned Sick Time Act, which, if enacted, will require most City employers to provide job-protected sick leave, whether paid or unpaid, to the more than 1.6 million...more

CFPB Partners With New York City To Build Local Consumer Protection Capacity Nationwide

On April 2, the CFPB and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced a partnership between those entities and the Mayor’s Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund (CFE Fund) to help cities around the country “enhance their...more

Levick Weekly - March 15, 2013: Miracle Workers - How Utilities Can Generate More Goodwill

In This Issue: - Miracle Workers: How Utilities Can Generate More Goodwill - Z-Pack Pfizer Can’t Assume that Science Will Trump a Scare Story - The NYC Soda Ban: Another Solution in Search of a Problem -...more

New York City Council Likely to Vote This Week to Override Mayor Bloomberg's Veto of Law Prohibiting Discrimination Based on an...

Following up on our earlier posts, tomorrow, March 13, 2013, the New York City Council’s Committee on Civil Rights will determine whether to send the new unemployment discrimination law (No. 814-A) to the full New York City...more

Patton Boggs' TechComm Industry Update - May 9, 2012

In This Issue: Senate Vote on FCC Commissioners; FCC Approves TV Channel Sharing as a Precursor to Incentive Auctions; FCC to Hold Channel Sharing Workshop; Walden and Eshoo Announce Creation of Bipartisan Federal...more

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