Cybersecurity law moves quickly and what may have been dead in one legislative session can come back in another to change the regulatory landscape in unexpected ways. Case in point, the NY SHIELD Act, S5575A, which passed in the New York Senate this week.
New Suit by Delta Reminds Everyone About the Importance of Data Security Protection in the Context of Third-Party Service Provider Relationships
Effective July 1, the New York State legislature has modified a key provision of the Not-for-Profit Corporation Law (NPCL) regarding the ability of New York non-profits to establish a sole member structure. This change may require immediate adjustment to legal structures by affected non-profits.
The IRS has released new guidance that simplifies compliance with decades-old rules relating to private school’s publication of policies related to racial non-discrimination.
New York has recently amended its voting leave law to make it easier for all employees to take time off to vote. Effective immediately, all employers in New York must provide employees who are registered to vote with “up to three hours” of paid time off at the beginning or end of a work shift to vote.
Most of my blog posts focus on current legal developments, however, for this one I thought I would mix things up and share what I learned while guest lecturing on exempt organizations for a recent law school “Law of Higher Education” class.