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Majkowski Featured in Pulse Magazine
July 22, 2021
Paul Majkowski was featured in the Summer issue of the Lymphoma Research Foundation’s Pulse magazine in an article on Blood Cancer Awareness Month. Majkowski was interviewed on being a Lymphoma Research Foundation advocate and why he is passionate about raising awareness for lymphoma. Read his full interview here. Share this article: …
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Hardy Speaks at Panel on Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act
July 22, 2021 | Employment & Labor | Cannabis
On July 21, 2021, Tamika Hardy spoke at the Employment & NY Marijuana Legalization (MRTA) panel, presented by the Brooklyn branch of the NAACP. The Brooklyn NAACP’s Justice Reform and Legal Redress Committees discussed the New York legalization of cannabis as it relates to employment. Hardy discussed what recreational cannabis legalization means in the employment …
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Real Estate Transactions for June
July 15, 2021 | Real Estate, Zoning & Land Use
On June 15, 2021, Yaron Kornblum represented 420-424 East 148th Street Owners LLC in a refinancing transaction of three multifamily properties containing 27 units located at 420-424 East 148th Street, Bronx, NY, with Amalgamated Bank for a loan amount of $3.77 million. On June 17, 2021, Yaron Kornblum represented EC Holdings LLC and 25 Dongan …
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MilSpecs, Wartime Production, and Ear Plugs: More Government Contractor Defense Observations
July 22, 2021 | Complex Torts & Product Liability
Paul Majkowski’s article, “MilSpecs, Wartime Production, and Ear Plugs: More Government Contractor Defense Observations” was published in the American Bar Association Mass Torts newsletter. The article reviews how not every military connection or supply is sufficient to invoke the government contractor defense or serve as a basis for federal officer removal. Majkowski states, “These examples …
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New York DOL Issues Airborne Infectious Diseases Model and Standards for Worksites
July 20, 2021 | Brian S. Conneely | John K. Diviney | Employment & Labor
The New York Department of Labor finally issued Model Safety Plans and Standards for airborne infectious diseases. All employers, regardless of size and with a worksite in New York, must adopt a safety plan by August 5, 2021, and must post, distribute and include the plan in their handbooks to all employees and new hires …
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Insurance Update
July 19, 2021 | Insurance Coverage
Appellate courts have been busy the last few weeks deciding a wide swath of insurance issues. The Eighth Circuit became the first federal appellate court to weigh in on pandemic-related business interruption claims. The Wisconsin Supreme Court discusses obligations owed to “innocent insureds,” while a California appellate court addresses the liability of a life insurer …
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