Law new is the latest term in the legal industry, meaning it’s a practice area that has grown rapidly and is likely to continue growing in the future. It’s also an area that’s ripe for innovation, so it’s important for firms to take advantage of this trend.
Getting the most out of new law requires strategy and a commitment to learning how it can help you grow your practice. It’s about understanding what kinds of clients will demand the most from you and offering them the kind of help they need in every way possible.
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Searching for New Laws
The New Laws search page lets you easily browse all of the newly enacted laws, vetoed bills and some proposals that did not pass during a given legislative session. You can also switch to the year of your choosing on the fly, and filter the list based on a variety of criteria.
The administrative code of the city of New York contains laws that regulate businesses in the city and regulate the activities of individuals. In addition, the city has a number of laws that impact local government agencies.
This bill would require third-party food delivery services to obtain a license before operating within the city limits. It would also repeal the subchapter in the administrative code that governs such services, and replace it with a new licensing scheme incorporating requirements of recently passed introductions 2311-A, 2333-A, 2335-A and 2356-A.
Creating a new dedicated vending law enforcement unit in the city to ensure that food vendors are complying with the city’s vending laws and regulations. This bill will also require all pushcarts to have at least one supervisory licensee present to operate the cart at all times.
Safe Leave for Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Stalking and Trafficking Survivors
This local law will create a process where victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and human trafficking will be entitled to take paid leave. It will also allow for arbitration of disputes between employers and employees and will provide that those who are laid off by a fast food restaurant will be discharged by seniority.