Buffalo DWI Attorney Defending Against Commercial Driver DWI Charges

Buffalo DWI Attorney Defending Against Commercial Driver DWI Charges

Buffalo DWI Attorney Defending Against Commercial Driver DWI Charges Download Our Free DWI eBook Because of their profession, a commercial driver’s license is subject to much more severe penalties than those of a regular driver’s license. The holder of a CDL could have the CDL suspended for one year, be imprisoned for up to one…

NY Tenants Experiencing COVID-19 Financial Hardship Can’t be Evicted

NY Tenants Experiencing COVID-19 Financial Hardship Can’t be Evicted   The Tenant Safe Harbor Act (“TSHA”) was signed into law by Governor Cuomo on June 30, 2020 to address the tidal wave of evictions looming over New Yorkers. Courts are prohibited  from ever evicting residential tenants who experienced financial hardship for nonpayment of rent that accrues or becomes due…

FREE 2020 EXECUTOR’S LEGAL SURVIVAL® GUIDE

FREE 2020 EXECUTOR’S LEGAL SURVIVAL® GUIDE The newly released 2020 edition of the Executor’s Legal Survival ®Guide is designed to assist you in naming a good executor in your will, explain to executors their duties and responsibilities and inform estate beneficiaries of the role of the executor in the probate process. The guide by  attorney Robert…

New Yorkers’ Right To Record Police Activity | Buffalo Attorneys

New Yorkers’ Right To Record Police Activity

New Yorkers’ Right To Record Police Activity Effective July 14, 2020, the New Yorker’s Right to Monitor Act (the “Act”), officially gives persons not under arrest, or in the custody of a law enforcement, the right to record police activity.   The Act further gives such persons the right to maintain custody and control of recordings…

NY Covid-19 Eviction Procedures

NY Covid-19 Eviction Procedures

NY Covid-19 Eviction Procedures As the New York court system expands operations in coordination with Governor Cuomo’s reopening of various geographic regions, there is concern about the adverse public health consequences that may arise from a sudden high-volume influx of eviction court appearances. Also, there are various restrictions on filing and prosecution of eviction matters…

Victoria’s Secret Reveals Why it Can Barely Pay its Rent

Victoria’s Secret Reveals Why it Can Barely Pay its Rent

Victoria’s Secret Reveals Why it Can Barely Pay its Rent Victoria’s Secret is suing the landlord of its Midtown Manhattan, New York store for attempting to collect over $1.08 million in rent after the COVID-19 shutdown, claiming that: the lease is  unenforceable due to the government-mandated closing of its store; the total standstill of business,…