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Tuition Refund Lawsuits Hands-on learning. Face-to-face interactions. Study sessions in the student union. Workouts in the student gym. That’s what students said they signed up for — and were required to pay for — when they attended universities across the country last spring. But, they argue, it’s not what they got once the coronavirus drove…

DWAI, DWI, DUI, Help DWAI Offenses in New York For purposes of New York’s DWAI law, “ability impaired” means impairment, to “any extent,” of the person’s physical and mental abilities, which he or she is expected to possess to operate a vehicle as a “reasonable and prudent” driver. There are three types of DWAI offenses….

Stopped by the police? Click Here if you want to receive a PDF of this article that you can keep in the glove compartment of your vehicle. If you are confronted by the police, what you say is always important. Anything said can be used against you. You have the right not to speak. You…

Covid relief for evictions. New York has passed a COVID-19 Emergency Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention Act. No eviction action may be initiated until at least May 1, 2021 if a tenant submits a hardship declaration to the landlord initiating the eviction. In December 2020, New York passed the COVID-19 Emergency Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention Act….

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