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Firm NewsNew York State Appellate Court Strikes Down Mayor de Blasio’s Water Bill Credit

Working together with Rent Stabilization Association, which represents the interests of 25,000 New York City property owners, Herrick litigators successfully fought the New York City Water Board’s egregious sidestep of New York State's Public Authorities Law.

PublicationNew York City to Ban Employers from Inquiring about a Job Applicant’s Salary History

The New York City Council recently passed legislation prohibiting employers from inquiring about the salary history of job applicants and relying on wage history during the hiring process. Our April Employment Alert outlines the key provisions, and offers four steps employers can take to proactively prepare for the new law.

PublicationRestructuring & Bankruptcy Alert: Right of First Refusal Survives Where Seller Failed to Give Notice of Sale

In In re David A. Olsen et al, a seller failed to give notice of a proposed real estate bankruptcy sale to a party who had a right of first refusal – leading a Wisconsin bankruptcy court to rule that the right had survived the seller’s bankruptcy, and was enforceable against the new owner of the property.

Transferring a Landmark’s Development Rights Across the Street

Michael Smith writes about a rare, but potentially useful tactic to transfer unused development rights from an individual landmark to a site across the street in New York City.

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