Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C., established in 1960 by the late John F. English, offers general legal services on the state and federal levels to its corporate, labor and individual clients throughout New York State and in Washington, D.C. The firm's Albany and Washington, D.C. professionals provide government relations representation before the executive and legislative branches of state and federal government. The firm's sixty one attorneys are active members of numerous local, state and national legal organizations with many of them serving as officers of committees to institute change in the judicial system. The firm is committed to the highest standards of professional excellence and prides itself on the quality and talent of its attorneys.
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New York Adopts Significant Changes to Its Estate Tax and Trust Income Taxation Laws
Jayson J. R. Choi,Nathaniel L. Corwin,Patricia Galteri,Carmela T. Montesano, May 8, 2014
In response to concerns about the long term effects of high taxes on New York State’s economic health and competitiveness, Governor Cuomo last year established a commission charged with identifying ways of reducing the state and local tax burden imposed on Empire State residents and...
New York City Earned Sick Time Act
Andrew J. Turro, April 25, 2014
On April 1, 2014 the New York City Earned Sick Time Act, as amended, went in to effect. The recent amendments to the Act will require most private employers in New York City to provide their employees with up to 40 hours (five days) of paid sick leave per year. While many employers provide...
Lois Carter Schlissel,Max H. Sicherman, April 23, 2014
The use of unpaid interns has been the subject of recent judicial scrutiny, causing informed employers to reconsider their internship programs. Restrictions placed on unpaid internships by courts and the Department of Labor (“DOL”) warrant careful consideration.