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Severing an employment relationship can be difficult for both an employer and an employee. A fired employee may not only experience financial difficulty, but may also have feelings of anger, betrayal, and a diminished self-worth. Many people who are fired look for retribution against their former employers, and wonder what their rights are given what…

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How do you live when you start out a month with only $10.00 to your name? How would you feed your family, pay your rent, get from place to place? And what if you had no job? I learned some interesting lessons and the answers to the these questions when I was able to participate…

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Our firm recently assisted a public library in the acquisition of a building and financing the reconstruction of the building into a state of the art library facility. In this instance, the library had the New York State legislature adopt a law authorizing the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York (hereinafter “DASNY”) to…

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New York’s legislature recently passed the first major revision of its Not-for-Profit Corporation Law since it went into effect in 1970. This is big news because nonprofits are a big part of our economy. According to the New York Attorney General’s office, nonprofit organizations operating in New York generate hundreds of billions of dollars in…

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As many of you know, when you have your attorney prepare your will, there are two main choices you must make. The first and primary choice is who will receive your possessions when you die. Second is who will be the executor of your estate? But what is an executor and why is he or…

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Cariou vs. Prince, a court case of interest to artists of all kinds, was handed down April 25, 2013, by the influential U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in New York. The court held that the use of photographs, taken by photographer Cariou, as the basis of artwork by artist Prince, came within…

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President Obama recently extended the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP), for an additional two years. HAMP was due to expire at the end of this year. The program, designed to help an estimated 3-4 million homeowners avoid foreclosure, has only benefited approximately 1.1 million people. HAMP assists homeowners in order to rework or “workout” the…

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President Obama recently extended the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP), for an additional two years. HAMP was due to expire at the end of this year. The program, designed to help an estimated 3-4 million homeowners avoid foreclosure, has only benefited approximately 1.1 million people. HAMP assists homeowners in order to rework or “workout” the…

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It is not uncommon that unit owners in residential developments structured as Homeowners Associations or Condominium Associations volunteer to run for office and serve on the Boards that govern those entities – Boards of Directors for HOAs and Boards of Managers for Condominiums. The people seeking such positions are often motivated in the same ways…

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Walden, N.Y. (June 7, 2012) – Jacobowitz & Gubits, LLP is pleased to announce that Gary M. Schuster, Senior Counsel on the firm’s Business Team, has been appointed Adjunct Instructor at SUNY Orange in Middletown. He will teach Music Business during the fall 2012 semester. Gary has extensive experience in music and art, which includes…

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