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  • UPDATE: U.S. to Lift Omicron-Related Travel Ban on Southern Africa

    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 People

    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.”  

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  • 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.

  • SEC Announces 2022 Examination Priorities
    05/19/2022 | New York Law Journal

    by Meryl E. Wiener

    On March 30, 2022, the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Examinations (“DOE”) announced its examination priorities for 2022 (2022 Examination Priorities). Examination priorities, which are released annually, provide investors and registrants with transparency into those areas that DOE believes bring heightened risks to investors, registrants, and the markets.

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