New York City Sample Clauses

New York City. The arbitration shall be carried on by a single arbitrator selected in accordance with the Arbitration Rules of the International Chamber of Commerce, and all hearings shall be before and transcribed by a certified court reporter certified in the jurisdiction in which the arbitration is pending. The arbitration shall be conducted entirely in the English language. Until a determination hereunder, the parties shall not cease to perform under this Agreement, and shall share the payment of the expenses of the arbitrator and the court reporter. The arbitrator shall have no power or jurisdiction to grant any party any remedy or relief inconsistent with the terms of this Agreement. The arbitrator shall have the power and jurisdiction to determine what issues are arbitrable under this Agreement.
New York City. If an Unforced Capacity shortfall exists during any month, the ISO shall rebate any remaining unspent deficiency charges or supplemental supply fees collected for that month forthe New York City Locality allocated among all LSEs in that Locality in proportion to their share of the applicable Locational Minimum Installed Capacity Requirement. Rebates shall include interest accrued between the time payments were collected and the time that rebates are paid.
New York City. Review of Utility Tax Claims, research statute of limitations issues, meeting with New York City Department of Finance (“NYCDOF”) regarding claims; reviewingrecords of various Debtors to address City tax claims; continuing negotiations with NYCDOF.
New York City. TIME, Sept. 17, 1990, http://content.time.com/time/covers/ 0,16641,19900917,00.html [http://perma.cc/BHB7-QNDS] (last visited May 24, 2014). For the accompanying article, see Joelle Attinger, The Decline of New York, TIME, Sept. 17, 1990, at 36.
New York City. For purposes of this Agreement, any change in the Alternate Base Rate due to a change in the Prime Rate shall be effective on the date such change in the Prime Rate is announced as effective.
New York City. In New York City, stop and frisk practices have generated strong political debate and significant litigation. A decision in a highly contested civil rights lawsuit, Floyd v. City of New York,4 found that the City had a municipal policy and practice that violated both the Fourth Amendment protections against unreasonable searches and seizures and the Fourteenth Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause prohibition on racial discrimination. In a separate remedial order, the court appointed a monitor to assist in the implementation of the broad equitable relief necessary to remedy the long-standing and pervasive constitutional violations. 3 AYRES & BOROWSKY, supra note 2, at 27.4 Floyd v. City of New York, 959 F.Supp.2d 540 (S.D.N.Y. 2013).From January 2004 through June, 2012, the New York City Police Department (NYPD) made 4.4 million pedestrian stops in New York City, of which over 80% were of African-Americans or Latinos. More than half of those stopped were also subjected to a frisk. Floyd presented a challenge to these stop and frisk practices on two grounds. First, that many were conducted without the requisite reasonable suspicion and, therefore, violated the Fourth Amendment. Second, that the disparity in stops based on race were not explained by non-racial factors and therefore the statistical and other evidence, including stated practices in the NYPD, proved a violation of the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.The court found the following facts after a several-week trial:
New York City. Lactation Accommodations.” February 2020. https://www1.nyc.gov/site/cchr/law/lactation.page
New York City. If you reside in New York City, you can find the New York City Consumer Bill of Rights Regarding Tax Preparers here (available in other languages).
New York City. An Affiliate of LodgeWorks, Manhattan LW Hotel Associates, L.P. (“MLWHA”) has undertaken the construction and operation of a hotel in Manhattan, New York City as an Avia Hotel. Hyatt and MLWHA agree to enter into a license agreement on mutually acceptable terms pursuant to which Hyatt will provide MLWHA with a royalty-free license to use the Avia name effective at the Primary Closing; provided, however, that if Hyatt elects to further develop the Avia brand as a Hyatt brand or to continue operation of any of the purchased Properties under the Avia names and marks at any time after June 2012, MLWHA and Hyatt will negotiate in good faith a name change transition period, not to exceed 180 days from the date that Hyatt provides MLWHA of notice of its intent to further develop and brand the Avia name or continue use of the name at any of the purchased Properties.
New York City. Although New York City is the oldest city in the country's 13 original states, its present city government is just over a century old. The city was assembled from a number of other counties, cities, towns and villages by the State Legislature after a more than 30-year effort by advocates of consolidation. The result of this governmental reorganization was the creation of five boroughs coterminous with county boundaries and the assembling of all five into the City of New York.The present City of New York, the land area of which has remained basically unchanged since its consolidation in 1898, covers more than 303 square miles. Its population of over eight million is greater than that of 38 of the 50 states.New Yorkhas beenthemostpopulouscityinthe United States since 1810. Itcurrentlyhas almostas manyresidents as the combined population of the next two most populous cities in the country. The city's 2010 Census population was 8,175,133.The 42 percent of New York State's citizens who reside in New York City live in the only consolidated major local government in the state. There are five counties but no county governments. The area of the city contains no villages, no towns and no sub-city self-governing units.In addition to the mayor, a comptroller and a public advocate are elected citywide. The council is composed of the public advocate and 51 council members, each of whom represents a council district.In recent years, New York City has experimented with various forms of decentralization to meet a rising tide of objections from city residents that the government had become too remote and inaccessible. The most significant decentralization development has been the creation of 59 community boards.