NY Residential Eviction & Foreclosure Moratorium Extended To May 1, 2021

NY Residential Eviction & Foreclosure Moratorium Extended To May 1, 2021

NY Residential Eviction & Foreclosure Moratorium Extended To May 1, 2021 New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed the COVID-19 Emergency Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention Act of 2020 (the”Act”) on December 28, 2020. The Act prevents residential evictions, foreclosure proceedings, credit discrimination and negative credit reporting related to the COVID-19 pandemic. It also extends the…

Children Are Dying From Dangerous Products Because Of This Law

Children Are Dying From Dangerous Products Because Of This Law

Children Are Dying From Dangerous Products Because Of This Law NY products liability lawyer answers the question of how does the federal Consumer Product Safety Act prevent child safety and dangerous product safety disclosures? Good Morning. I am Bob Friedman, Attorney with Friedman & Ranzenhofer, and PC. Welcome to the December 18th, 2020 edition of the Legal…

What Is The NY Scaffold Law

What Is The NY Scaffold Law?

What Is The NY Scaffold Law? New York  Labor Law Sections 240 and 241, the “Scaffolding Law”  protects the rights of construction workers or visitors who suffer a fall or are struck by a falling object. Property owners and contractors must provide scaffolding and other safety measures to protect workers and visitors, including  scaffolding, hoists,…

How Much Do NY Juries Award for Pain and Suffering

How Much Do NY Juries Award for Pain and Suffering?

How Much Do NY Juries Award For Pain And Suffering? Unlike some other states, New York law does not set a hard cap on awards for an injury victim’s pain and suffering, which cannot be objectively measured. Instead, a New York verdict is excessive or inadequate if it deviates materially from what would be reasonable…