Gibson Dunn & Crutcher has filed its challenge to the New York’s revised anti-eviction protections on behalf of landlords who said the measure was at odds with a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that blocked part of the law last month.

Gibson Dunn partner Randy Mastro asked a Manhattan-based federal appeals court on Thursday to stay enforcement of the new law in light of the high court’s Aug. 12 decision, which held that a key provision of the state’s eviction moratorium had violated landlord’s due process rights.