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Q:  I was attending a meeting of my local Zoning Board, and the Board members left the room to have a private discussion about the case they were hearing.  Aren’t Zoning Board … more
Q:  Are my child's private Facebook postings truly confidential?  A:  Maybe not.  It has long been the law that schools can look at and use social media postings done outside … more
Q: While working at a construction site, a slab of granite fell from a forklift onto my foot. Currently, I am receiving workers’ compensation benefits for my injuries but do I also … more
Q: My school district in Nassau County, where my special needs child attends school, wants to move him to a different type of classroom situation that I think is inappropriate.  Can I keep him … more
Q:  I work for a mid-sized company in Nassau County and was sent home early twice in the past few weeks due to the terrible weather.  While my office officially closed and we were told to … more
Q:  I own a small business and recently read about a bill Governor Cuomo signed into law eliminating the requirement for me to notify my employees about their rate of pay, allowances, pay day, … more
Q: I am hearing more and more about the measles epidemic. Can my school district lawfully require that my child be vaccinated, and if I establish that my child is exempt … more
Q: I understand that Nassau County determines taxes in some part by lot size and structural square footage, but is there a standard calculation? I'm in the process of … more
Q: I am the President of mid-sized company on Long Island which has a zero-tolerance drug policy which includes prohibiting the use of marijuana. We also randomly test … more
Q: I own office space in Suffolk County and rent to a retail tenant that has been timely with their payments over the past five years. Their lease is due to expire in mid-2015, but the tenant … more
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