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State's New SHIELD Law Tightens Security of Personal Data

Written by Sue Treiman and Bill Morris on March 06, 2020

New York State

Fines are stiffer and enforcement is stricter on data breaches.

State senate again considering bill that would alter the co-op landscape.

State's New SHIELD Law to Tighten Cybersecurity

Written by Sue Treiman and Bill Morris on February 25, 2020

New York State

Co-op and condo boards must protect personal data.

Gov. Cuomo hands a “huge victory” to co-ops and condos.

Is Your Co-op's or Condo’s Data Safe?

Written by Sue Treiman and Bill Morris on February 07, 2020

New York State

State’s new SHIELD law mandates electronic safeguards.

Public Service Commission to act on rate-hike request for gas and electric.

Blizzard of ADA lawsuits among the worst in U.S.

The Disaster Assistance Equity Act is now before the U.S. Congress.

Third-Party Guarantor Can Ease Co-op Sales

Written by David Berkey on November 26, 2019

New York State

Tenant Protection Law limits security deposits – for now.

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