CAPA and the Rulemaking Process in New York City

New York City Bar
CAPA and the Rulemaking Process in New York City (OnDemand)
Originally held on Monday, January 25, 2021 | 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Program Fee:
$119 for Members | $219 for Nonmembers
Members who are Recent Law Graduates, Newly Admitted Lawyers (admitted for the first time in any state or country 2019-2021), In-House/Corporate Counsel, Judges, or attorneys that practice within the Government, Academic or Not-for-Profit sectors attend this program for free.

CLE Credit:
New York: 2.0 Skills
New Jersey: 2.3 General
California: 1.5 General
Pennsylvania: 1.5 General
Connecticut: Available to Licensed Attorneys

Please Note: Newly admitted NY attorneys cannot fulfill ethics or skills credits through our on-demand programs under OCA rules. For more information on this, please see http://www.nycourts.gov/attorneys/cle/changes_for_2016.shtml.


Description:
One of the principal avenues city agencies have for the exercise of their authority under the Charter and the Administrative Code is the promulgation and enforcement of rules. For example, when the Charter and/or the Administrative Code authorize an agency to seize property, close certain establishments and impose monetary penalties, that authority is normally fleshed out by the agencies during the rulemaking process. During this process, agencies, for example, set specific dollar amounts and identify the conditions that must prevail before an establishment may be closed or property seized. The rules also set out the specific steps those affected by agency action must take in order to reopen their establishments, challenge the imposition of penalties, and recover their property. Given the scope of the power agencies exercise through this medium, it is important for agency attorneys and attorneys representing businesses and individuals subject to city rules to become familiar with their function as well as their limitations. This CLE program proposes to acquaint attendees with the nature and purpose of rules, the process by which they are promulgated, how best to draft them, as well as the statutory and court limitations imposed upon them. 

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Program Chair:
Olga Statz, General Counsel, Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings

Sponsoring Association Committees:
Administrative Law, Jeremy Zenilman, Chair
Election Law, Katharine G. Loving, Chair
Government Ethics & State Affairs, Edward L. Murray, Chair
New York City Affairs, John Owens, Chair


Where
New York City Bar 42 West 44th St New York, NY 10036


Monday, 25 January 2021

 

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