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New Legislation Holds General Contractors Liable for Subcontractors’ Unpaid Wages and Benefits
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New Legislation Holds General Contractors Liable for Subcontractors’ Unpaid Wages and Benefits
January 24, 2022

By: L. Micha Ordway, Jr. Esq. On September 6, 2021, Governor Hochul signed Senate Bill S2766 (the "Act") which creates a new remedy for construction workers seeking to recover unpaid wages, benefits and wage supplements.  Under the Act, upstream contractors are now jointly and severally liable for their subcontractor's failure to pay wages (including overtime),

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Waiver of Interview Requirement for Certain Nonimmigrant Visas through the end of 2022
Waiver of Interview Requirement for Certain Nonimmigrant Visas through the end of 2022
January 10, 2022

By: Anna Putintseva The U.S. Secretary of State, in consultation with the Department of Homeland Security, has authorized consular officers to waive in-person interviews for certain employment nonimmigrant visa applicants through the end of 2022. Beneficiaries of approved H-1, H-3, H-4, L, O, P, and Q visa petitions may qualify for an interview waiver if

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Expansion of New York State’s Whistleblower Law Becomes Effective on January 26, 2022
Expansion of New York State’s Whistleblower Law Becomes Effective on January 26, 2022
January 10, 2022

By: L. Micha Ordway, Jr. Esq. Background In October 2021, Governor Kathy Hochul signed Senate Bill S4394A into law and enacted significant changes (Amendments) to one of New York's whistleblower protection statutes, Labor Law § 740.  Although Senate Bill S4394A was signed on October 28, 2021, it does not become effective until January 26, 2022.

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Legal Alert: Revised Text for the Build Back Better Legislation Includes LIHTC, NHTC,  and Tribal NMTC
Legal Alert: Revised Text for the Build Back Better Legislation Includes LIHTC, NHTC, and Tribal NMTC
November 05, 2021

By: Christy Vouri-Misso Low-Income Housing Tax Credit The BBBA extends the 9% LIHTC allocations to pegged amounts through 2025. The provision is effective for calendar years after December 31, 2021. The provision provides a 50% increase in basis for LIHTC projects that designate at least 20% of their units for extremely low-income tenants. These projects

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