Friday, April 30, 2004
Thursday, April 29, 2004
Perhaps blogs are not focusing enough attention on attracting female readers. I will attempt to correct this by providing this public service announcement. According to this month's New York County Law Association E-News bulletin, Bloomingdale’s SoHo opened on April 24. The six-story store, which is located at 504 Broadway (between Spring and Broome Streets) and occupies a full city block, is one of the few department stores in the neighborhood.
Wednesday, April 28, 2004
Anyone who has been teased for a number of years in public school in New Yorik and the school did nothing to stop the teasing should contact my law office immediately.
Tuesday, April 27, 2004
Monday, April 26, 2004
Saturday, April 24, 2004
Friday, April 23, 2004
Thursday, April 22, 2004
Therefore, it appears that the Department of Home Security needs to do a better job in screening applicants for visas. For example, there is little national security risk in permitting Indians from working in the U.S. in the technology sector.
Wednesday, April 21, 2004
Isonet is a fee based service that provides background information regarding your client. For example, you can ascertain whether they have been involved in any prior lawsuits, the insurance carrier involved and more.
New York City Housing Preservation and Development provides a wealth of information on owners of buildings, violations and tenant complaints.
New York City Department Buildings website provides a veritable cornucopia of information regarding various types of complaints in New York City Buildings. This site is helpful for lead paint violations.
Public Data Corporation provides a database for New York City Real Estate Records. Here, if you or your client tripped on the a sidewalk, you can find out who is responsible for the sidewalk.
Wherever repair work is being conducted throughout the City of New York, chances are that the City hired an outside contractor. The Department of Design and Construction lists work being repaired by the City of the New York.
Tuesday, April 20, 2004
Monday, April 19, 2004
Friday, April 16, 2004
Thursday, April 15, 2004
Howard Stern has recently been fined by the FCC for "indecent" content on his popular radio show. Are the shock jock days on the radio numbered? Can the self-proclaimed "King of all Media" sue the government for violating his constitutional rights?
Wednesday, April 14, 2004
Do you or your children enjoy playing with batman's batmobile? Tell Robin to watch out when Batman is driving because the right tail may be hazardous to young children. Mattel is recalling batman's batmobile because four children have received medical treatment due to this defect.
Tuesday, April 13, 2004
The internet has been available to the masses since the mid 1990's. Academics, world leaders and business people, among others, have argued that spread of information through the internet has been a powerful force in democracy. But has the internet been successful in toppling tyranny?
Monday, April 12, 2004
In 2000, the United States Civil Rights Commission found that the New York Police Department used racial profiling. However, is Racial stereotyping ever acceptable? Matt Herrington explores the issue in his new book "Profiles, Probabilities and Stereotypes."
Sunday, April 11, 2004
In the business section of today's New York Times, there is an interesting report on the ongoing debate regarding whether there is a housing bubble. This article fails to address the issue regarding a potential bubble in the New York City region.
On the Commercial front, the "gray lady" reports that rents in Times Square have been skyrocketing. The New York Post reports about Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, some see as the "new" Park Slope. However, there is a lack of true deals in the area, and the commute can often take more than an hour into Manhattan.
Newsday reports that there has been a slight upturn in interest rates. The article states that "experts" do not believe that this is a sign of an accelation to come.
On the Commercial front, the "gray lady" reports that rents in Times Square have been skyrocketing.
The New York Post reports about Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, some see as the "new" Park Slope. However, there is a lack of true deals in the area, and the commute can often take more than an hour into Manhattan.