Monthly Archives: August 2015

Pro Bono Success!

The Buckminster Fuller Institute encourages and facilitates innovations in design science to advance humanity and its environment through the convergence of art, science, design and technology. Matthew W. Siegal an Pierre R. Yanney of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan have

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Pro Bono Success!

Transitional Services for New York is a multi-faceted mental health corporation that provides community based services to individuals recovering from mental illness. Jonathan Sokolowski and Lisa Lewis of Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP diligently represented the organization in a

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NYLPI & NYIC Blog About the Marketplace

NYLPI and NYIC comment on the release of the 2015 Open Enrollment report from the New York State of Health demonstrating that NYSOH made important progress in reaching New York’s culturally diverse immigrant communities this year. But additional work remains.

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Pro Bono Success!

The Lamp prepares youth, parents and educations to live, learn and create with media and technology. Brendan Killeen and Daniel Kadish of Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP counseled the organization on labor and employment issues by creating an employee handbook.

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Co-ops Must Provide Reasonable Accommodations to Disabled Residents

The New York Times’ “Ask Real Estate” column featured quotes from Maureen Belluscio, a Staff Attorney with the Disability Justice Program at NYLPI, concerning requests for reasonable accommodations to a co-op building’s policies for residents with disabilities.

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