UPDATE: U.S. to Lift Omicron-Related Travel Ban on Southern Africa12/27/2021
The White House has announced that it will remove the travel restrictions on eight southern African countries, originally imposed to curb the spread of the COVID-19 omicron variant.
Coronavirus and the Workplace Updated: Business Guidance for Vaccinated People05/20/2021
New York State has lifted most capacity restrictions on business establishments including retail, food services, gyms, fitness centers, amusement parks, entertainment, hair salons, barbershops, and offices. With some exceptions, New York State’s Reopening Guidance essentially leaves it up to each individual business to determine whether to continue to adhere to mask-wearing and social distancing requirements or to follow the CDC’s “Interim Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People.”
Legal Uncertainty after The Supreme Court’s Overturning of Roe v. Wade: What Remains Unknown and What Comforts We Can Take08/03/2022 | GoStork.com
Partners Eric Wrubel and Alexis L. Cirel have published an article on GoStork.com discussing the recent Supreme Court overturning of Roe v. Wade.
Up for the Takings: Could New Holdings Destabilize Rent Stabilization in New York?06/17/2022 | New York Law Journal
Sometimes, we have to wait. Many involved in New York multifamily real estate have been doing exactly that since this past February, when the Second Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals heard combined argument on appeals from dismissals of two challenges to New York’s rent stabilization laws in Community Housing Improvement Program v. City of N.Y., and 74 Pinehurst LLC v. State of N.Y.
Warshaw Burstein's Title IX/College Disciplinary Practice Issues Statement on Proposed Changes to Title IX07/26/2022
The current administration released their Title IX Notice of Proposed Rule Making (“NPRM”) on June 23, 2022. This NPRM was released to provide the public with an opportunity to comment before the official rules are issued to replace the current 2020 regulations. As of now the 2020 regulations are still in effect.
Partner Kimberly C. Lau featured in an article from the National Review07/25/2022 | National Review
Partner Kimberly C. Lau featured in an article from the National Review article discussing the proposed changes to the Title IX regulations, "Guilty until Proven Innocent: Biden Title IX Changes Mean Return to ‘Dark Ages’ for Falsely Accused Students."
Alexis Cirel hosts Spring Webinar Series discussing Death, Divorce, and Assisted Reproductive Technology04/07/2022
On April 7th, partner Alexis Cirel appeared as the featured guest on Jonathan Shenkman’s Spring Webinar Series entitled Death, Divorce, and Assisted Reproductive Technology: Estate Planning and Family Law Considerations.
Sarah Steckler Moderated Webinar on Understanding Your Social Security Retirement Benefits03/30/2022
This presentation discussed the financial considerations to be made when deciding to take your Social Security Benefits and emphasized the importance of proper timing.
Alexis Cirel Featured on Divorce Dialogues Podcast04/29/2021
Fertility Law Group practice leader Alexis Cirel joined Katherine Miller on a new episode of Divorce Dialogues to discuss the relationship between surrogates and intended parents under the CPSA.
Partner Kimberly Lau featured on The Title IX and Civil Rights Podcast03/24/2021
On this week's episode of The Title IX and Civil Rights Podcast, Title IX and College Discipline practice leader Kimberly Lau spoke about Women's History Month as well as the history, evolution, and future of Title IX.