Partner Mike Mager recently spoke at Marist College at the 2018 Renewable Energy Conference. Mike presented on New York’s Renewable Energy Policies – the Perspective of Large Non-Residential Customers. Click here for more information or to register for this event.
New York State recently adopted a law requiring that employers adopt sexual harassment policies and provide training on those policies, requiring those bidding on state competitive procurements to affirm compliance with the policy and training requirement, extending liability of employers who “permit” sexual harassment of non-employees in the workplace, and limiting use of arbitration and … Read More
Jennifer Kavney Harvey, Esq. of Couch White was successful in obtaining a reversal of a denial of woman-owned business enterprise (“WBE”) application for recertification by New York’s Division of Minority and Women’s Business Development (“Division”) of the New York State Department of Economic Development. According to Division staff, the applicant did not demonstrate that the … Read More
Couch White partner Alita Giuda is slated to participate on a panel at the Albany Law School’s Accepted Students Day Career Panel on Thursday, May 24, 2018. Ms. Giuda will discuss her career, and career path and how Albany Law School played a part of her journey.
On April 19, 2018, the Appellate Division, Third Department, issued a decision denying a motion to dismiss on governmental immunity grounds in favor of the parties represented by Couch White Attorneys Joel Howard, Adam Schultz and Alita Giuda. In 2016, Plaintiffs Normanskill Creek, LLC and 165 Salisbury Road, LLC (“Normanside”) filed a Complaint seeking damages … Read More
In January Couch White attorneys Adam Schultz and Alita Giuda (assisted by Maddie Goralski and Katie Birchenough) filed a lawsuit challenging DEC’s new Part 360 regulations. The suit was brought on behalf of a number of aggregate producers, asphalt manufacturers and road builders who rely upon the (old 360) BUDs for these materials which allow … Read More
The United States Tax Court recently issued a ruling on “micro-captive” insurance companies regulated under Internal Revenue Code Section 831(b) setting forth several guideposts for businesses insured by such entities. Read the article.