Comments from the bench seemed to question Randy Mastro's assertions that the new measure was at odds with a U.S. Supreme Court ruling last month, which scrapped an earlier iteration that allowed tenants to self-certify that they had suffered financial hardship.
Scott Mollen discusses "Monahemi v. Gohari," where questions of fact precluded summary judgment dismissing a complaint relating to fraud, and "1700 Harrison LLC v. Whetstone," where the landlord was denied vacatur of a stipulation and the tenant denied she was in civil contempt for non-compliance.
In this edition of their Second Circuit Review, Martin Flumenbaum and Brad S. Karp conduct their 37th annual review of the performance of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in the Supreme Court during the past term.
This three-part series is designed to help New York employers navigate their legal obligations concerning vaccination protocols that appear necessary for planning and implementing a safe and compliant return to work. This installment focuses on best practices for implementing vaccination policies.
Towns, villages, and cities across the state are considering whether to opt out of the state law that legalizes marijuana use for adults or, alternatively, if they should regulate specific licenses created by the law. This column will explain the steps that local government officials may take to limit the MRTA's impact on their community