New Laws for Lawyers
Law new is a concept that can help lawyers to unleash potential and offer clients the legal services they need in ways that weren’t possible in the past. In some cases, this can mean finding innovative ways to use legal technology to create a better way of working with clients and in others it can be about finding new strategies for providing services that are tailored to specific client needs.
The concept of law new is one that has been growing in popularity in recent years as law firms have sought to find new ways to provide services that meet the needs of their clients in a more creative and innovative way. As lawyers have looked to this idea, they’ve discovered that it can be an excellent way to grow and expand their practice while at the same time offering the kind of help that clients are looking for in a new and different way.
In some cases, it can even be a way to make more money for the firm in terms of revenue and profitability. This is an area that all lawyers should look closely at as it has the potential to grow rapidly and offer a number of interesting new ways to do business.
Licensing of third-party food delivery services
This bill would amend the Administrative Code to require third-party food delivery services – entities that provide online order and delivery services to food service establishments – to obtain a license in order to operate in the City. The Department of Consumer Affairs would issue a license to a company that complied with the requirements in this bill’s subchapter. The department could deny or refuse to renew a license or suspend or revoke it if the company committed two of more violations of this law’s subchapter.
Revising data breach notification laws
This bill is intended to make certain definitions in the City’s data breach notification laws more consistent with requirements in the State’s SHIELD Act. It would require that city agencies notify the City’s Chief Privacy Officer, Office of Cyber Command and Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications when they suffer a data breach involving private identifying information. It also would require that affected individuals be notified by the City of the nature and scope of the data breach.
Repealing the practice of “on-call scheduling” for retail employees
This law will ban the practice of on-call scheduling in New York City. This means that an employer is not allowed to require an employee to be available for work at any time or to contact them to determine whether the employee must report for work. It also prohibits an employer from cancelling, changing or adding a shift within 72 hours of the beginning of the shift (except in limited circumstances).
Tobacco retailer licenses to be capped at half the current number in each community district
This is a bill that will limit the availability of new tobacco retail dealer licenses by imposing a cap on the number of retail dealers who can be licensed in each community district. This will help to reduce the number of smokers who enter the city, as well as the amount of money that these tobacco retailers can make.