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COVID-19 Cluster Action Initiative and Localized Restrictions – 2nd update

October 21, 2020 | Posted By

NYC Small Business Covid Update 10-19

Federal Law Alert – Voting Leave Compliance

October 20, 2020 | Posted By

Federal Law Alert October 19th, 2020   Voting Leave Compliance   Many employers are unaware of state voting leave laws, which we anticipate will be heavily relied upon this year given the challenges presented by the pandemic. Most states require that employers provide at least a few hours off to … Continued

New York State’s New Paid Sick Leave Law Goes Into Effect September 30, 2020

October 14, 2020 | Posted By

New York State’s New Paid Sick Leave Law Goes Into Effect September 30, 2020

Buildings News on Phase One Reopening

June 14, 2020 | Posted By

NYC DOB Buildings news June 2020 service notices Buildings News on Phase One Reopening: Safely Restarting Construction Activity in NYC The New York City Department of Buildings released new COVID-19 safety guidelines for property owners and contractors as 33,556 non-essential construction sites get back to work as part of New … Continued

Mechanic Lien – Article for the Construction Industry

June 14, 2020 | Posted By

STATEMENT FROM STUART S. ZISHOLTZ Phase 1 of reopening begins in New York City on Monday, June 8 after a lengthy pause. This Phase 1 reopening will include non-essential construction, which was shut down on March 27. In order to be prepared for the reopening, I am listing important items … Continued

6 of the Best Electrical Estimating Software Apps

April 24, 2019 | Posted By

Published March 29th, 2016 by Rachel Burger in Construction Management   Electrical estimating is unforgiving, compared to other construction estimating activities. Unless the project is very simple, quick and dirty approximations using square-foot unit measures may give wildly inaccurate results. Bids for conduits, wiring, and sub-assemblies will be too high and lose you … Continued

7 Signs Its Time To Retire

April 24, 2019 | Posted By

Written by: FPA member Joseph R. Hearn is a Vice President at Teckmeyer Financial Services, LLC and author of If Something Happens to Me.   Deciding when to retire is not always easy. Many people simply base the decision on their birthday, but there are a whole host of other … Continued

Maintaining Your Own Home improvement License

April 24, 2019 | Posted By

LEGAL CORNER: STATEMENT FROM STUART S. ZISHOLTZ Once again, a recent decision by the Appellate Division, Second Department, found that the lack of a home improvement license prevents a contractor from recovering under a home improvement contract. In the recent case, a subcontractor entered into a contract with a licensed … Continued

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