New Laws in New York

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Law new is a way of thinking about how to offer legal services in different ways. The concept is one that all lawyers need to understand if they are going to make the most of their opportunities in the field. It’s about being able to work in areas of law that are not part of standard practice, offering a variety of services that can be provided without impacting the core business and using innovative approaches to help clients.

New York State Law

This website provides access to New York state laws, including the Constitution, laws passed by the legislature and periodically codified in the New York Consolidated Laws and decisions made by courts that interpret these laws. It also includes the charter of New York City, laws passed by city councils and boards of trustees for cities, towns, villages and school districts, and committees and subcommittees of these entities.

The inauguration of the new year brought with it major changes for New Yorkers, from workers’ rights to security measures in apartment buildings. New York Gov. Kathy Hochul signed 730 bills into effect this year, while 87 more are still awaiting her review.

A number of the new laws will address issues that are important to the community, such as reducing the chances of accidental drug overdoses. A new law known as “Matthew’s Law,” for example, will allow pharmacists and health care providers to provide drug adulterant testing supplies to the general public. The measure is named after Matthew Horan, who died of a fentanyl overdose in 2020.

Another bill that went into effect this year aims to improve security for students at colleges and universities. New York Assembly Bill A7273 will require building owners to provide notice and the opportunity for residents to install keyless security devices in their apartments. The bill will also prohibit the use of such systems in student housing without the express consent of the tenants.

While the term “law new” is not formally defined, many companies, startups and law firm subsidiaries augmenting traditional legal services have adopted the moniker to promote their innovations. The concept is meant to differentiate them from alternative legal service providers. It is not intended to suggest that these new businesses are attempting to take on established firms, though some have done so.

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