Over a year ago, New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced the “City of Yes”, a plan to update the City’s zoning tools to support small businesses, create affordable housing, and promote sustainability.

On December 3, 2023, the New York City Council passed a bill requiring the Department of Consumer and Worker Production (DCWP), in coordination with the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA), the New York City Commission on Human Rights, and community and labor organizations selected by the

Welcome to Compliance Notes from Nossaman’s Government Relations & Regulation Group – a periodic digest of the headlines, statutory and regulatory changes and court cases involving campaign finance, lobbying compliance, election law and government ethics issues at the federal, state and local

Welcome to the festive edition of the Conyers Private Client & Trust Bulletin, where we update on recent matters of interest from our jurisdictions of Bermuda, BVI and the Cayman Islands. This edition combines the practical with the technical, and a dash of regulatory comment.

Court: Supreme Court of New York, New York County - In this asbestos action, decedent Willie Hollingsworth alleged he was exposed to asbestos from valves manufactured by Clow. Defendant McWane Inc., on behalf of its unincorporated division Clow Valve Company, moved for summary judgment....

Welcome back to The Week in Weed, your Friday look at what’s happening in the world of legalized marijuana. This week, we have an update on Ohio, where legislators are re-writing the cannabis initiative language. We check in on Alabama, to see how medical marijuana licensing is going.

After the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a case on the propriety of “tester” standing (Acheson Hotels, LLC v.

Bankruptcy and appellate courts disagree over the standard that should apply to a request for payment of a break-up fee or expense reimbursement to the losing bidder in a sale of assets outside the ordinary course of the debtor's business.

Sports law authority Stephen Townley, FCIArb offers his insights into why environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) is such a significant emerging litigation risk for sport – and what industry stakeholders can do about it.

Court: Supreme Court of New York, New York County - In this asbestos action, decedent Jose Munoz alleged that he was exposed to asbestos from caulk and plaster manufactured by defendant DAP....
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