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Appellate Division, Third Department affirms dismissal of challenge to SEQRA and site plan approval While New York courts have repeatedly held that economic injury, by itself, is not within the range of interests protected by the State Environmental Quality Review Act (“SEQRA”), Soc’y of Plastics Indus. v. County of Suffolk, 77 NY2d 761 (1991), economic…

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It is a well-settled proposition of law in New York State that schools are under a duty to adequately supervise the students in their charge, and that they may be held liable for foreseeable injuries related to the absence of adequate supervision. But what is the extent of a school district’s liability for activities and…

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Law firm honored for outstanding dedication and community involvement Walden, N.Y. (September 9, 2013) – Jacobowitz & Gubits, a law firm providing sophisticated legal representation to individuals and businesses across the Hudson Valley, has been named one of the Town of Montgomery Chamber of Commerce Businesses of the Year, along with Mickey Biggs Quality Service…

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New York’s highest court, the Court of Appeals, will consider whether lower courts correctly held that municipalities can ban the use of “hydrofracking” to develop natural gas wells. The Court will hear appeals in two cases decided earlier this year by the Third Department, Matter of Norse Energy USA v. Town of Dryden, 108 AD3d…

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Car crashes involving pedestrians are among the most devastating motor vehicle collisions here in New York. This is, of course, because pedestrians have few defenses to protect themselves from injuries; pedestrian accidents often leave pedestrians with catastrophic if not fatal injuries. It became international news in mid-August when apparent road rage led a cabbie to…

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In 2011 there were over 11,000 motor vehicle accidents involving severe injury or death in New York State.1 Should you or a loved one ever have the misfortune to become a member of this depressing statistic, it may suddenly become important for you to understand, at least generally, how motor vehicle insurance works. Specifically, it…

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As part of a new initiative to help prevent inappropriate or fraudulent STAR exemptions, all homeowners currently receiving a Basic STAR exemption are required to register with the New York State Tax Department in order to receive the STAR exemption in 2014 and subsequent years. Senior citizens currently receiving the Enhanced STAR exemption are not…

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Until this summer, New York did not have any law regulating the training and skills of surgical technologists in healthcare facilities. Surgical technologists play a key role in the operating room by assisting surgeons during procedures, maintaining a sterile surgical room, and ensuring that equipment is functioning properly. On July 31, 2013, Governor Cuomo signed…

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Walden, N.Y. – Jacobowitz & Gubits, a law firm providing sophisticated legal representation to individuals and businesses across the Hudson Valley, has added Jason C. Scott, Esq. to its growing team of attorneys. Jason brings a background in regulatory and compliance issues in health care as well as all aspects of civil and criminal litigation….

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The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, in Palma v. National Labor Relations Board, Docket No. 12-1199 (2013), recently held that the Congressional intent in the Immigration Reform Control Act of 1986 (“IRCA”) prevents an award of back-pay to undocumented workers in a labor dispute. The Second Circuit in making its ruling…

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