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New York and New Jersey Ban Salary Inquiries

Tuesday, September 10th, 2019

By Leigh H. McMonigle | Associate | Pepper Hamilton The growing trend to eliminate inquiries into a job applicant’s salary history continues. In July, New York and New Jersey became the latest states to enact legislation that will restrict employers from obtaining and utilizing an applicant’s salary history information during the hiring process. New York’s […]

“New York’s Women Leaders in the Law” Features Reavis Page Jump as a Firm That “Sets the Legal Bar”

Wednesday, September 4th, 2019

Today, Reavis Page Jump LLP takes center stage in the just-published 2019 “New York‘s Women Leaders in the Law” supplement to the New York Law Journal and New York Magazine.  Each year, the supplement features the city’s top women-led firms that are doing outstanding work and driving women’s leadership in the legal field. Featured on this year’s cover, RPJ gets premiere […]

APM Terminals Port of NY/NJ Backlog

Wednesday, February 13th, 2019

Faced with heavy container backlog at its shared rail terminal after higher-than-expected cargo volumes, APM Terminals in the Port of New York and New Jersey is ramping up efforts to migrate. The terminal operator is draying cargo to an intermodal yard outside the port and sending containers by barge to a rail terminal in Norfolk. […]

AOC and all the other Amazon haters are dead wrong; this deal is good for New York

Wednesday, January 9th, 2019

By Sam Natapoff| President |  Empire Global Ventures LLC State & local governments have pressing social, economic fiscal challenges so why pay rich corporations? Here’s why After a 14-month competition among 238 North American cities for the richest economic development prize in a generation, on November 13, 2018 Amazon announced it would locate two new “headquarters” in Long Island […]

Global Business, Local Benefit Foreign Contributions to the New York Economy

Friday, September 7th, 2018

New York City has reached historic levels of jobs and economic activity, thanks to its status as a global center of finance, commerce and innovation. In an era of rapid globalization, New York’s success would not be possible without the contributions of more than 5,000 foreign companies that have their U.S. headquarters and significant business […]

New NYC Sick Leave Law Expands Usage for Persons ‘Equivalent of Family’ and Safe Leave

Tuesday, July 24th, 2018

By Eric B. Sigda| Kristine J. Feher| Danielle E. Gonnella| The New York City Department of Consumer Affairs has issued a revised Notice of Employee Rights under the Earned Safe and Sick Time Act (ESSTA), formerly the Earned Sick Time Act (ESTA), codified at § 20-911 et seq. Effective May 5, 2018, ESSTA now permits employees to use […]

Governor Cuomo Announces New U.S. Climate Alliance Initiatives to Mark One-Year Anniversary of President Trump’s Decision to Withdraw from the Global Paris Climate Accord

Wednesday, June 6th, 2018

U.S. Climate Alliance Initiatives Draw on New York State’s Leadership in Combatting Climate Change, Renewable Energy, Reforming the Energy Vision Initiative, and Nation’s Largest Green Bank New Commitments Include Reducing ‘Super Pollutants,’ Expanding Clean Energy Financing, Storing Carbon in Landscapes, and Softening the Negative Impact of Federal Solar Tariffs U.S. Climate Alliance States Remain on […]

New York City Launches New Initiative to Help Women Succeed

Monday, May 21st, 2018

By Amanda Arnold   On Wednesday morning, New York City First Lady Chirlane McCrayand Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen launched women.nyc, a new online portal through which women can access the resources they need to achieve personal and professional success.   At a roundtable the day before, McCray and Glen spoke about New York City’s track record of helping working women: […]

5 Recommendations for the Mayor’s FDI Strategy to Capture Some of the Investment Inflow

Thursday, May 3rd, 2018

It seems international businesses are booming in the U.S. New York City opened its doors in beta version in Brooklyn. New York City is the newest addition to international-focused accelerator programs and co-working places and an example of significant foreign direct investment (FDI) into New York City. A few months ago, the Partnership for New […]

Governor Cuomo Announces Groundbreaking at University at Albany’s Emerging Technology and Entrepreneurship Complex

Friday, April 20th, 2018

The $180 Million Project Will be Completed in 2021  Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that the University at Albany broke ground on its Emerging Technology and Entrepreneurship Complex at the Harriman State Office Campus – paving the way for a new interdisciplinary hub for STEM research, public policy development and entrepreneurship. The $180 million […]