RPJ’s New York: The Christmas Tree Law

Mayor Fiorello La Guardia, who served as New York City mayor from 1934 to 1945, is celebrated as one of the city’s most vibrant and colorful characters, and a champion of reform and progress in Depression Era New York. In 1938, however, he made a rare political misstep, which impacts...

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RPJ’s New York: Elizabeth Jennings

This is the latest in a series of non-legal articles on the city we work in and love. On a hot New York City Sunday in July 1854, a 24-year-old African-American woman named Elizabeth Jennings was trying to get to church. She boarded a horse-drawn streetcar at the corner of...

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Alice Jump Quoted in Law360 Article “Legal Pitfalls Loom for Employers Reopening Post-Pandemic”

RPJ Partner Alice K. Jump was quoted Law360's April 22 article entitled, “Legal Pitfalls Loom for Employers Reopening Post-Pandemic.” The article was published on Law360's website, and as the lead story in its Employment and Corporate newsletter, and covers the legal dangers and logistical challenges faced by employers as states begin to...

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