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Navigating Custody Battles:  Understanding Legal and Physical Custody  For most parents who find themselves in the unfortunate situation of fighting over custody of their children in court, it can be one of the most emotionally taxing experiences of their lives. On top of an already draining experience, it can be overwhelming for any non-attorney to…

Disclosures of Beneficial Owners of Domestic and Foreign Business Entities: Uncle Sam Wants To Know You! As of January 1, 2024, the United States Treasury Department, through its Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (“FinCEN”) requires all business entities such as corporations, LLC’s and LLPs to submit personal identifying information about their company owners. This collection of…

New York Enacts Law Prohibiting Credit Card Surcharges Without Proper Disclosure  Starting on February 11, 2024, a new law take effect for New York State businesses charging an additional fee to customers paying with a credit card. As stated in the newly amended §518 of the New York General Business Law, merchants will be expressly…

MAKING ACESSORY DWELLING UNIT’S WORK FOR YOU Granny pods. Elder cottages. ECHO housing. No matter what you call them, there is no question: accessory dwelling units (“ADUs” for short) are a booming trend for affordable senior living (as well as a reliable source of passive income) in the Hudson Valley. These spaces traditionally function as…

NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH RELEASES NEW HEMP REGULATIONS As with almost all areas of American society, the COVID-19 pandemic pushed ‘pause’ on anticipated regulatory changes to the New York State hemp industry.  December 2019 saw new hemp laws that split hemp permits into defined categories with more legislation regarding quality standards, labeling requirements,…

Freshly Baked: Insight into NY’s New Hemp Laws Hemp may be a budding topic of interest in New York State, but the legal and regulatory landscape drastically changed as of December 9, 2019. On that date, Governor Cuomo signed legislation establishing a more streamlined regulatory framework for the growing, processing, and sale of hemp and…

News Release:  Michele Babcock Recognized by Hofstra University and Women’s Bar Association of Orange and Sullivan Counties (WBAOSC)   Press Release For more information, contact: Valerie Gross, Director of Marketing J&G LLP, 845-778-2121 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Michele L. Babcock, Managing Partner of Jacobowitz & Gubits Recognized by Hofstra University and The Women’s Bar Association of…

Delving into the Weeds:  Industrial Hemp Licenses – Grain and Fiber In, CBD on Hold If you’re looking to obtain a license to grow industrial hemp, your budding plans may get put on hold. As of December 2018, New York State Department of Agriculture and Market’s Division of Plant Industry has temporarily paused acceptance of…

Turning Applications Into Approvals:  How to get your tourism project approved With the massive influx of large-scale tourism to the Hudson Valley Region, including the Resorts World Catskills Casino in Monticello and Legoland in Goshen, an increasing number of hotels, shopping plazas, breweries, wineries, cideries, and restaurants are popping up to support these venues. If…

Turning Applications Into Approvals:  How to get your tourism project approved With the massive influx of large-scale tourism to the Hudson Valley Region, including the Resorts World Catskills Casino in Monticello and Legoland in Goshen, an increasing number of hotels, shopping plazas, breweries, wineries, cideries, and restaurants are popping up to support these venues. If…

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