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THE CITY'S YOUNGEST LANDMARK

City’s Newest Landmark also its Youngest United Nations Hotel Late 1970s and early 1980s hotel interiors are a rare preserved exemplar of late Modern and early Postmodern design. Landmarks voted ...
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LIPNIC'S ACTING CHAIR

President Appoints Victoria A. Lipnic EEOC Acting Chair The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recenty announced that President Trump has named Commissioner Victoria A. Lipnic Acting ...
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END OF ENDO'S PAY-TO-DELAY PRACTICES

Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc. Agrees to Abandon Anticompetitive Pay-for-Delay Agreements to Settle FTC Charges; FTC Refiles Suits Against Generic Defendants The Federal Trade Commission has refiled a ...
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LOOKING @ CROSS-DEVICE TRACKING

FTC Releases New Report on Cross-Device Tracking Staff recommends transparency and choice for consumers when companies track them across devices The Federal Trade Commission has released Cross-Device ...
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LOSS FOR CHASTITY?

Defendants in Student Loan Debt Relief Scheme Banned from Industry in Settlement with FTC and Florida Under a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission and the State of Florida, the operators of an ...
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REFINING JANE STREET DEVELOPMENT

Commissioners Find Application Much Improved After Revisions, but Still in Need of Further Refinement Image Credit: LPC. Changes made to controversial Jane Street development included the replacement ...
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UBER TOOK DRIVERS FOR A RIDE

Uber Agrees to Pay $20 Million to Settle FTC Charges That it Recruited Prospective Drivers with Exaggerated Earnings Claims Agency also alleges Uber misled drivers about its vehicle financing program ...
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SAVE THE WASHINGTON HEIGHTS LOEW'S

Loew’s 175th Street Theatre, 4140 Broadway, New York, NY We need your help to save a treasure of Washington Heights! Last month, the Loew’s 175th Street Theatre —the last of New ...
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ENGAGING THOSE WITH DISABILITIES

EEOC Issues Regulations on the Federal Government’s Obligation to Engage in Affirmative Action for People with Disabilities New Rule Implementing Section 501 of the Rehabilitation Act Sets ...
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LOOKING @ BSA OVERSIGHT

Council Hears Testimony from BSA on New Oversight Legislation Council Member Antonio Reynoso. Image credit: William Alatriste, New York City Council Executive Director of the Board of Standards and ...
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LOOKING @ VULNERABLE ROUTERS & CAMERAS

FTC Charges D-Link Put Consumers’ Privacy at Risk Due to the Inadequate Security of Its Computer Routers and Cameras Device-maker’s alleged failures to reasonably secure software created ...
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DESIGNATING THE SOUTH VILLAGE HISTORIC DISTRICT

New South Village Historic District Designation Image Credit: LPC. Commission voted to designate 157-building district without altering boundaries. On December 13, 2016, Landmark voted to add the ...
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CITYLAND'S TOP 10 OF 2016

CityLand’s Top Ten Stories of 2016 Welcome to CityLand ‘s fifth annual top ten stories of the year! We have selected a range of our most popular and prominent stories, and guest ...
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ENTRAPPED BY AIR FRESHENERS?

After being pulled over for an alleged traffic violation, Dillen D. was arrested when he showed signs of intoxication. And when he later challenged an Administrative Law Judge’s decision to ...
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DESIGNATING NORTHERN MANHATTAN A LANDMARK

Hearing Held on Potential Designation of Northern Manhattan Historic District Proposed Morningside Heights Historic District. Image Credit: LPC. Designation of 115-property district widely supported ...
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SOUNDING OFF ON SANAFI

FTC Requires Divestitures as Condition to Proposed $13.53 Billion Deal between German Pharmaceutical Boehringer Ingelheim and Paris-based Sanofi Divestitures preserve competition in the markets for ...
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SKYSCRAPER SKIRTER!

Elected Officials Challenge Skyscraper’s Skirt of the Zoning Law Image Credit: 180 East 88th Street. The development of a skyscraper on the Upper East Side has provoked the ire of City officials ...
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ABBOTT'S ACQUISITION OF RIVAL CONDITIONED

FTC Puts Conditions on Abbott Laboratories’ proposed $25 billion Acquisition of Rival Medical Device Maker St. Jude Medical, Inc. Divestitures preserve competition in U.S. markets for medical ...
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FLUKY FLUKE LIMITS

LI’S 2017 RECREATIONAL & COMMERCIAL FLUKE SEASON IS ALREADY IN JEOPARDY; JUST-RELEASED CATCH LIMITS SPELL TROUBLE FOR LI ANGLERS AND FISHING INDUSTRY; SENATOR DEMANDS FEDS USE BEST SCIENCE ...
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THINGS TOOK A TURN FOR TURN

Digital Advertising Company Settles FTC Charges It Deceptively Tracked Consumers Both Online and Through Their Mobile Devices Settlement ensures consumers can control targeted ads Turn Inc., a Redwood ...
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FREEING PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS

FTC Staff Supports Proposal for Flexible Physician Supervision of Physician Assistants in Iowa Federal Trade Commission staff has submitted a comment to the Iowa Board of Physician Assistants ...
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LANDMARKING ELEVEN MIDTOWN BUILDINGS

Eleven Buildings Individually Landmarked as part of the Greater East Midtown Initiative The Graybar Building at 420 Lexington Avenue. Image Credit: LPC Hearing were held on twelve buildings over two ...
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TECH SUPPORT SCAMMERS STOPPED

Telemarketing Defendants Charged by FTC in Tech Support Scheme Will Pay $10 Million for Consumer Redress The defendants who operated a Florida-based tech support scheme that the Federal Trade ...
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BANKING ON TWO LANDMARKS?

Two Adjoining Bank Buildings Considered as Individual Landmarks People’s Trust Company Building. Image Credit: LPC. Elected officials and local residents urge Landmarks to designate 20th century ...
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CITICORP'S A CITY LANDMARK?

Former Citicorp Center Designated an Individual City Landmark Image Credit: LPC. Modernist structure last item designated of the buildings identified in Landmarks’ East Midtown Initiative. On ...
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