New Law News
The legal profession is a fast-moving field and strategies that work one quarter may not be effective the next. That’s why it’s important for lawyers to stay ahead of the curve and look at ways they can add value to their clients, including working with emerging areas of practice like “new law.” New law is an expansive concept that can be difficult to pin down but it can offer lawyers a way to deliver services that haven’t been available in the past or help them to find new sources of revenue.
To learn more about this area of practice, check out this article: New law: the emerging frontier for legal services providers.
Contains summaries of laws (including vetoed bills and proposals that did not pass into law) passed during a legislative session. You can select a year on the search page to view all the laws from that session or switch the year on the fly.
This bill would require City agencies to provide employees and job applicants with notice of student loan forgiveness programs.
This law would amend the City’s data breach notification laws to align them with requirements under State law. It would also expand the definition of private information to include the types of information that must be disclosed if an agency discovers that personal information has been accessed, disclosed or used by an unauthorized person. The bill would make other technical changes to the laws, as well.