Important Recent New York Case Law

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Important Recent New York Case Law
America Painting, 2014-00701, (08/20/2014): A New York appellate court ruled that an electrician who fell from a scaffold should have been granted summary judgment on his Labor Law claim against the subcontractor who had furnished the scaffold for use …
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What to consider before you remodel
Or, they can hire a general contractor to get it all done. With large jobs involving additions, plumbing or permits, a general contractor can be essential. The Richters searched for a long time for a home for their family of four. Neither Dawn nor Marc …

Editorial: Charges for stripping bark are heavy-handed
They likely knew that spray-painting a stop sign or breaking a window are unlawful acts, but the mother of one of the boys told the Mason City Globe Gazette that her son thought the bark would grow back. Some of it already had been peeled off when they …
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