Monthly Archives: September 2010

Cozen O’Connor Hosts Sampson, Klein

This morning, Cozen O’Connor hosted New York State Senate Majority Leader John L. Sampson and Deputy Senate Majority Leader Jeffrey D. Klein for a discussion regarding New York state’s financial difficulties and the Senate Democratic agenda for reform.   About

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Tough Times for MTA But Chair Promises Progress

“Jay Walder” MTA “Richard Ravitch” Metrocard TWU

Posted in New York

Carrion Carries On

The New York State Association for Affordable Housing hosted Adolfo Carrion at a breakfast this morning. Carrion is the former Bronx Borough President who served as the President’s first Urban Policy adviser and has now become the Regional Director of

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Court Strikes Local Immigration Rules

In essence, the Third Circuit summarized its conclusions as follows:
It is, of course, not our job to sit in judgment of whether state and local frustration about federal immigration policy is warranted. We are, however, required to intervene when states and localities directly undermine the federal objectives embodied in statutes enacted by Congress.

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Happy Primary Day

“primary elections” “paper ballots”

Posted in New York

New York Governor Signs Three Employment Bills

Our Labor and Employment Group Just Issued this Alert! entitled: New York Governor Signs Three Employment Bills." We hope you find this information beneficial and informative. The first enactment establishes a test to determine if a construction industry worker is

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Ward Wows ABNY

Port Authority Executive Director Chris Ward gave a bravo performance before a packed Association of Better New York breakfast this morning at Cipriani’s 55 Wall Street hall. With the anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center approaching this

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Posted in ABNY, Christopher Ward, Conde-Nast, Durst Organization, Ground Zero, New York, PANYNJ, World Trade Center

AG debate tonight

With the primary elections quickly approaching -but competing for attention with the new school year and the Jewish holidays- voters may finally start paying attention. For those following the state Attorney General race, tune in tonight to a Democratic candidate

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Posted in Eric Dinallo, Eric Schneiderman, Kathleen Rice, New York, New York State Attorney General, Richard Brodsky, Sean Coffey
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