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A spokesperson for New York City’s Department of Buildings recently commented that in its first five days of enforcing COVID-19 safety protocols, the department issued 88 citations, which included 41 orders to stop work at construction sites. These citations come after the Department’s use of Geographic Information System technology, which…

COVID-19 numbers increase, but the economy also continues reopening. To anticipate challenges, many companies, including Amazon, plan on testing workers for COVID-19. To further complicate this issue, however, there is little federal guidance on how to navigate the illegality of such employment practices. Employers Begin Taking Preventative Measures Many employers…

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration’s decision to issue a news release requiring all ranitidine to be recalled from the market was the result of careful investigation. This research revealed that Ranitidine (or Zantac, as it is commonly known) contained an unacceptable level of N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), which can cause cancer….

A New York City hospital recently opened a new center specifically designed for patients who are suffering from lingering symptoms associated with COVID-19. Experts from the Mount Sinai Health System report that as many as 5-15% of patients are facing lingering symptoms from COVID-19. Located in Union Square, the facility…

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration’s decision to issue a news release requiring all ranitidine to be recalled from the market was the result of careful investigation. This research revealed that Ranitidine (or Zantac, as it is commonly known) contained an unacceptable level of N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), which can cause cancer….

Despite the challenges that many of us have faced this year, it is hard to believe that it is nearly July. While many of us look forward to the fireworks, the Fourth of July is also the day when the greatest number of pets go missing. Even amid the COVID-19…

In June, a divided Supreme Court ruled in favor of extending federal discrimination protections to LGBTQ workers from employment discrimination. This decision marks a substantial shift. LGBTQ activists throughout the country have fought for decades to see revisions of this kind made to Title VII. While the four liberal Justices…

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