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A U.S. Federal Court in Illinois issued a decision rescinding the new Public Charge Rule of the Department of Homeland Security on November 2, 2020. The implementation by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) of the new Public Charge Rule is halted. Thus, this Rescinded Public Charge Rule shall not be enforced by the USCIS. We suspect an appeal of the decision of the court.


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Protecting Trade Secrets, in many cases, may be the difference between success and failure of your business in New York. The post shall detail the basics of New York Trade Secret Law. The New York Court System has not adopted the Uniform Trade Secrets Act (“UTSA”), but has common law principles incorporating much of the protections afforded via the UTSA.

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Life and work in the Big Apple isn’t all wine and roses for business owners in 2020, however, New York remains, still, one of the more attractive locations for entrepreneurs, business owners, and investors looking to build a footprint in the United States. From Lady Liberty to Central Park, there’s a reason that the cream of international business still looks to set up in New York City – one of the world’s most competitive global markets.


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