Spring Can Be Hell – Reflections on the “Memorial to All Victims of the Holocaust 1938-1945”, the Insight and Foresight of Harriet Feigenbaum, and the Limits of Tolerance and Tragedy

This article is part of RPJ’s non-legal series about the neighborhood and city we inhabit and love, and is a timely contribution both celebrating Women’s History Month and denouncing the invasion of Ukraine. Growing up, working and residing in or around the Flatiron area of New York City, has meant...

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Supreme Court Reinstates Stay on Biden’s Vaccine Mandate for Private Employers

In a 6-3 decision issued January 13, 2022, the Supreme Court cast significant doubt on the viability of a pillar of President Biden’s plan to fight to the spread of Covid-19. The Court’s majority held that challengers were likely to succeed on their claim that the Occupational Safety and Health...

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Ring of Keys: NYC’s Proof of Vaccination Program

On August 17, 2021, the Key to NYC program, which requires proof of vaccination for indoor activities in New York City, including attending theatrical and other performing arts events, went into effect.  Under the program, individuals age 12 and older are required to show proof that they have received at...

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