By Mike Evers | June 28, 2022
Staff level postings (counsel and senior counsel) remain at record levels. I know most of you are not finding the candidate quality you seek at the salary point your HR department has authorized. Because wage inflation within the legal profession has outpaced internal equity considerations
2 minute read
By Scott Mollen | June 28, 2022
Scott Mollen discusses "Arntzen v. NYC," where the court held that New York City must complete an environmental impact review on outdoor seating, and "The Bank of NY Mellon v. Luria," where the court challenged a recent Second Department decision on RPAPL §1304
14 minute read
By Adam Leitman Bailey and John M. Desiderio | June 28, 2022
"Courts have mostly rejected anti-free market tactics of the board of directors but other cases have given boards discretion to allow such rejections." Adam Leitman Bailey and John Desiderio discuss these cases and offer that "New York needs the Appellate Division to settle this quarrel."
12 minute read
By Quentin Brogdon | June 27, 2022
The bar in a tort case for admission of evidence that a party was intoxicated or impaired, or a party suffered from a mental health condition is lower than many would imagine, says Quentin Brogdon, a partner in Crain Brogdon.
9 minute read
By Michael W. Peregrine | June 27, 2022
Some chief legal officers may now balk at participating in the minute-taking process for future board and committee meetings—at least those involving major transactions and other "bet the company" decisions.
6 minute read
By Granta Nakayama, Ilana Saltzbart, Amina S, Dammann, Arlene Hennessey and Ani M. Esenyan | June 24, 2022
After a two-year delay, on June 3, 2022, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") signed and submitted for publication in the Federal Register its final rule for setting renewable fuel percentage standards under the Renewable Fuel Standard ("RFS") program.
7 minute read
By Zoltan Horvath | June 24, 2022
When the European Commission published its final guidance on new standard contractual clauses, it pinpointed several dates for compliance. The guidance took effect on June 27, 2021, and the final day for updating all new contracts was September 27, 2021. In that time, businesses across the European Union have come into compliance with the new SCCs, which in turn have brought them into compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation.
6 minute read
By Samuel C. Stretton | June 23, 2022
What is my obligation as a judge to report conduct of a judicial officer or of a lawyer who has a case before me?
9 minute read
By Keith Letourneau | June 21, 2022
Years of magic(al) pipe thinking have deluded perpetrators into believing they can continue to intentionally pump oil into the world's oceans with impunity, says Keith B. Letourneau, a partner with Blank Rome.
6 minute read
By Scott Mollen | June 21, 2022
Scott Mollen discusses 'Trump Ferry Point LLC v. Silver' where the court held that the subject license did not obligate the petitioner to attract or hold any golf tournaments; and 'HPS 50th Ave. L1HTC Assoc. LLC v. Gallo,' where the tenant was ordered to cease creating "Collyer" conditions in the apartment.
16 minute read
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