The legal field is one that is constantly changing. New ideas come up all the time, and lawyers are often required to adapt quickly in order to stay competitive. This is why it’s important for lawyers to be aware of law new, a concept that refers to the process of finding and implementing innovative legal services that benefit clients in unexpected ways.
Law new can be difficult to define, but it usually refers to a variety of different things. For example, it could mean working with underserved communities or creating strategies that have not been a part of traditional legal practice in the past. It’s also about looking for ways to streamline processes and embrace technology. Law new can be a great way for a law firm to find success in the new economy.
Providing notice regarding student loan forgiveness programs.
This bill would require City agencies to provide their employees and job applicants with a notice that outlines the availability of federal and state student loan forgiveness programs. The Department of Consumer and Worker Protection would prepare the notice in consultation with the Office of Labor Standards and the Division of Paid Family and Medical Leave.
Requiring the licensing of third-party food delivery services.
The bill would require third-party food delivery service providers to be licensed by the City in order to operate in the City. The Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP) would be responsible for licensing these entities and would have the power to deny, suspend or revoke a license if the entity commits two or more violations.
Prohibiting certain charges to food service establishments for telephone orders placed by third-party delivery services.
This bill amends existing laws to prohibit third-party food delivery services from charging these establishments for calls that did not result in a transaction during the call. The bill takes effect immediately and expires and is repealed on February 17, 2022.
Requiring the issuance of permits to street vendors and establishing a dedicated vending enforcement unit.