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Posts from August 2023.
Immigration Newsletter - September 2023

E-Verify Employers May Use Alternative Procedure for Form I-9 Documents Examined Remotely During COVID-19 Temporary Flexibilities

In May 2023, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced that employers had until August 30, 2023, to physically inspect all Form I-9 ...

Non-Competes in New York: Pending Legislation Leaves Some Questions Unanswered

New York Governor Kathy Hochul has a bill on her desk awaiting signature that would generally make non-compete agreements for employees not enforceable in New York. The legislation enhances the importance of confidentiality agreements.

In June, the New York state legislature passed a ...

C-PACE Financing for Green Improvements is Coming to the Garden State

New Jersey real estate owners interested in improving their property’s energy or water efficiency, take note: Now is your chance to submit feedback on an aspect of New Jersey’s version of the Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) program, a tool designed to help finance ...

NYC Council Bill Proposes Extending Deadline for LL 97 Compliance

Town halls are being held throughout Queens, New York, for co-op owners concerned that their maintenance fees will spike as a result of their buildings’ efforts to meet the requirements of a law that sets greenhouse gas emission limits on buildings 25,000 feet or larger.

New York City’s ...

Deadline Approaching for Submission of Energy and Water Benchmarking Data Pursuant to New Jersey’s Clean Energy Act

This summer, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (“BPU” or the “Board”) has been issuing notices to owners/operators of commercial buildings over 25,000 square feet in floor space.  The notices announce a new obligation for the owners/operators to report their buildings’ ...


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