NEW Corporate Manager

Corporate ManagerA protocol with forms for management of a corporate record book

Objectify important corporate activities required by business corporation statutes, help with audits and avoid piercing of the corporate veil!

A flash drive with suggestions for the ongoing management of your corporation record book with a questionnaire/checklist for annual record book maintenance, 12 pertinent forms and 29 resolutions. A basic set of Microsoft Word and pdf forms that enable you to easily complete and quickly cut and paste the appropriate forms together to create an annual record of actions taken and meetings held by the corporation. Continue reading “NEW Corporate Manager”

New Marketing Pamphlet about Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Avoiding-Liablity-For-Sexual-Harassment
Avoiding Liablity For Sexual Harassment

Avoiding Liability for Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

The New York laws require employers to adopt policies and provide training to prevent sexual harassment.

New York State and New York City recently joined other states and local jurisdictions that have laws to stop sexual harassment in the workplace.

Evolving laws and media attention make stopping sexual harassment imperative for lawyers and their clients, especially in states like New York that require employers to adopt anti-harassment policies and training. Contact clients to make them aware of the anti-harassment laws and explain how you can help by reviewing and updating contracts, policies, training and claim procedures. Continue reading “New Marketing Pamphlet about Sexual Harassment in the Workplace”

Short Term Rentals Prohibited in Revised Forms

Short-term rentals are common (and perhaps inescapable) in a city like New York and other popular destinations, despite laws that prohibit the rental of an apartment in a Multiple Dwelling for less than 30 consecutive days. Recently, however, there’s been a dramatic upsurge in such rentals, thanks to vacation rental apps that have made the transactions simpler and more attractive for tenants and travelers. How much of a problem is it and how should it be addressed?

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NYC Enacts Protection for Freelance Workers, Effective 5/15/17

A single person or an entity with only one person, engaged as an independent contractor by companies in New York City for work worth more than $800 (including multiple small projects within a 120 day period), is entitled to a written Freelance Contract that provides timely and full wage payment rights, prohibits retaliation if they exercise their rights, and provides penalties against companies for non-compliance. Continue reading “NYC Enacts Protection for Freelance Workers, Effective 5/15/17”

January 2017 Updates

New York Enforcement of Judgements
Blumberg Legal Form 439

Revised Forms

The revision reflects the increase on December 31, 2016 of the current dollar amount of the exemption from enforcement of judgments based upon the revised NY State minimum wage. NYS has enacted various wage amounts so please check the accompanying wage chart on page 3 of the form and use the applicable amount to calculate in the appropriate field.

New York – Enforcement of Judgments

– Income execution, CPLR §5231, blank ct., 1-17