Paulick Report | July 14, 2019
Lori Smith, a certified equine sports massage therapist in New York, has been ordered to close her business or face potential criminal and civil penalties. The cease and desist order was filed against Five Feathers Equine Massage citing that Smith is not a licensed veterinarian.
Newsday | June 11, 2019 | Celeste Hadrick
Nassau has dropped its claim that the computer formula used to develop new home values for the county’s reassessment is exempt from disclosure because it is a “trade secret,” court records show.
New York Daily News| June 7, 2019 | Denis Slattery
ALBANY — A commission that granted pay raises to state lawmakers and Gov. Cuomo overstepped its authority by placing a cap on outside income for legislators, a state Supreme Court judge ruled on Friday.
New York Post | June 7, 2019 | Bernadette Hogan
In a victory for lawmakers, a state judge issued a ruling Friday that upholds legislative pay hikes that took effect in January while striking down restrictions on outside income — thus allowing them to keep their outside gigs.
Times Union | June 7, 2019 | David Lombardo
Restrictions that would have drastically curtailed private employment options for state lawmakers were struck down Friday.
Newsday | April 24, 2019 | Celeste Hadrick
Lynbrook homeowner Dennis Duffy filed suit Wednesday to force Nassau County Executive Laura Curran to reveal the computer formula used to calculate home values included in her countywide property tax reassessment.
The Journal News | February 1, 2019 | Joseph Spector
State Sen. Tom O’Mara said he is considering a legal fight using his campaign cash over a committee’s decision in December to restrict state lawmakers’ outside income.
Courthouse News Service | April 1, 2019 | Nick Rummell
Despite being among the highest paid state legislators in the country, 11 Republican New York lawmakers Friday to overturn a new rule restricting how much money they can earn in outside income.
New York Times | January 12, 2019
To keep a legislative pay increase but lose new restrictions on lawmakers’ outside income, Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie is piggybacking onto a lawsuit by a conservative legal group that is seeking to overturn the raise.
News10 | January 11, 2019
A judge in Albany heard the first arguments regarding the lawsuit against the state regarding the pay commission’s decision to raise lawmakers salaries but also block outside income.