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Under Review: New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Draft Brownfield Cleanup Program Regulations
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Under Review: New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Draft Brownfield Cleanup Program Regulations
April 21, 2022

This has already been an eventful year for stakeholders interested in the New York Brownfield Cleanup Program (BCP). The recently enacted NYS budget included a ten-year extension of the tax credits under the BCP, as detailed in our recent alert. NYSDEC first announced in May 2017 (and then every year since) that it would issue

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Brownfield Cleanup Program Tax Credits Extended for Ten Years
Brownfield Cleanup Program Tax Credits Extended for Ten Years
April 13, 2022

Amendments also include a $50K BCP program fee, other changes April 13, 2022 On Saturday, April 9, 2022, New York State Governor Kathy Hochul signed into law a ten-year extension of the tax incentives for the Brownfield Cleanup Program (BCP) as part of the 2022-23 NYS Budget ("Budget"). The BCP's incentives were to sunset for

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Did You Know: New York Has Adopted New Requirements For Electronic Monitoring of Employees
Did You Know: New York Has Adopted New Requirements For Electronic Monitoring of Employees
March 24, 2022

On November 8, 2021, Governor Hochul signed Senate Bill S2628, which requires employers to notify employees when the employer is monitoring or otherwise intercepting the employee's electronic communications. These new notice requirements become effective on May 7, 2022. Requirements S2628 amends § 52-c of the New York Civil Rights Law (the "Amendment") to include the

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New Immigration Policies and Initiatives for Attracting and Retaining STEM Workers in the U.S.
New Immigration Policies and Initiatives for Attracting and Retaining STEM Workers in the U.S.
March 21, 2022

On January 21, 2022, the Biden Administration announced several agency actions to attract and retain international science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) talent.  Attracting STEM talent is one of the administration's key strategies for U.S. technological and economic global competitiveness. The administration set forth new policies to provide clearer and more predictable pathways for international

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