Final Reminder: CityLaw Breakfast with Mark Peters, Commissioner of the Department of Investigation

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The Center for New York City Law,
Dean Anthony W. Crowell &
Professor Ross Sandler

cordially invites you to a City Law Breakfast presenting

Mark Peters

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Commissioner, Department of Investigations

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Corruption Fighting in New York City: The Next Step

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DATE:
Friday, May 9, 2014

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Three Days Away! CityLaw Breakfast with Zachary Carter, Corporation Counsel for City of New York

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The Center for New York City Law,
Dean Anthony W. Crowell &
Professor Ross Sandler

cordially invites you to a City Law Breakfast presenting

Zachary Carter

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Corporation Counsel for the City of New York

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The Law Department – Future Plans

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DATE:
Friday, April 11, 2014

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Two perspectives on Mayor John V. Lindsay at Hunter College

 

On Thursday, March 20, 2014, a lively audience filled the Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College to discuss Mayor John V. Lindsay. The occasion was the publishing of Summer in the City, John Lindsay, New York and the American Dream, edited by Hunter College Professor Joseph P. Viteritti. The audience came to hear two star-studded panels, the first moderated by Sam Roberts of the New York Times with Richard Ravitch, Lilliam Barrios-Paoli and … <Read More>


No Dedicated Lane in Court for Bike Riders

 

More and more tort cases involve bike riders. Three recent cases demonstrate that injured bike riders may have difficulty in court.

CityLaw reported a case, 19 CityLaw 100 (2013), involving a bike rider in Fort Washington Park who encountered Sanitation workers cleaning graffiti. The workers had coned off the area, and the biker, to avoid the cones, rode onto the grass where he fell and broke several teeth. The Appellate Division dismissed his claim … <Read More>


Three New Rules Ease New York City Contract Process

The procurement policy board, which makes the contracting rules for the City of New York, recently adopted rules that will make it easier for the City to manage how it purchases goods and services. The most important rule in terms of large purchases will allow the City to award competitively-bid contracts for goods and services based on price plus previously announced best value considerations. Before, contracts for goods and services had to be awarded … <Read More>