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January 28, 2015 Norman Siegel

The blizzard of 2015, despite dire predictions, never materialized in New York City. However, the actions taken by public figures in anticipation of a severe storm raise serious questions and concerns. Foremost, is there a protocol for responding to extreme weather conditions? What is the process and criteria for declaring a “state of emergency”? A […]

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January 22, 2013 Eugene Reznik

Because there’s nothing more emblematic of our First Amendment freedoms than detailing the character flaws of your employer to your 26 followers on Twitter, labor regulators have ruled such speech totally protected. Adapting a 1935 legislation — which basically gave you the right to shit-talk at the water cooler — for the 21st century, the […]

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