Law new refers to the different ways in which legal firms are able to offer help to clients and also create new revenue streams that have not always been part of a firm’s focus. It can be hard to define because it often includes work outside the standard partnership track and also a wide range of fee structures. This type of legal practice is one that lawyers should look at closely as a way to offer the help that many of their clients need while also allowing them to use some techniques that are not as cost intensive as the traditional model of practicing law.
New York City’s current laws (known as bills) organized by subject matter. This page also displays summaries of laws enacted, vetoed, and proposals that did not pass into law during a given legislative session. You can search by year and filter on the fly.
This bill would require third-party food delivery services to obtain a license from the Department of Consumer Affairs, and repeal subchapter 22 of Chapter 5 of Title 20 of the Administrative Code, which contains existing laws regulating such services. The Department of Consumer Affairs would be authorized to deny or refuse to renew a license, or suspend or revoke a license, if the Department determines that the operator has committed two or more violations of this chapter.
This bill would amend the data breach notification requirements in New York City’s Personal Information Protection Law to align them with requirements under New York State’s SHIELD Act. The bill also would add new definitions to the law and make certain other changes to promote consistency between the State and City’s data breach notification requirements.