Law Department Hands Over Thousands of Unredacted Records in Investigation of Rivington House

The Department of Investigation threatened to initiate a lawsuit unless the Law Department opened access to previously withheld documents and computers. On July 26, 2016, the Department of Investigation issued a press release announcing the Law Department’s compliance in producing documents and computers relevant to DOI’s investigation into the sale of the Rivington House, a non-profit nursing home, to luxury condominium developers. The press release was issued less-than two weeks after DOI issued a report … <Read More>

CityLaw Profile: Mark Peters: The Future of DOI Investigation

On January 18, 2014, Mark Peters was appointed by Mayor Bill de Blasio as Commissioner of the New York City Department of Investigations. Prior to this appointment, Commissioner Peters was a partner at the law firm of Edwards Wildman, and had earlier served as Chief of the Public Integrity Unit from 2001-2004 and as Deputy Chief of the Civil Rights Bureau from 1999-2001 at the New York State Attorney General’s office under Eliot Spitzer. … <Read More>

Complete Video from CityLaw Breakfast with Mark Peters

On Friday, May 9, 2014, the Center for New York City Law, at New York Law School hosted a City Law Breakfast, featuring Mark Peters, Commissioner of the New York City Department of Investigation, as the guest speaker. Commissioner Peter’s speech was entitled, “Corruption Fighting in New York City: The Next Step.”  The special sponsor for this CityLaw Breakfast was Guidepost Solutions.

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


Commissioner, Department of Investigations

speaking on

Corruption Fighting in New York City: The Next Step


Friday, May 9, 2014