Benjamin Parker’s “ Bill de Blasio’s Progressive War on Uber” (op-ed, Aug. 4) mischaracterizes the mayor’s position on Uber and the taxi industry. Mr. de Blasio, far from being at war with Uber, has totally jettisoned his progressive values by caving in to the tech giant’s pressure.
Two anonymous donors support 59-year-old nonprofit by encouraging others to donate; will match all donations dollar for dollar.
CRAIN’S: Why is this little construction crane illegal in New York City? GalleryBrad Gerstman, Client News, Communications, Construction Law, Development, Front Page, Latest News, lobbying, Media Appearances, New York City Council, Print, Tim Hurley, Video
Gotham client Vertikal LIfting Solutions on the cover of this week's Crain's New York Business News: The Little Crane That Should
New York Assemblyman David Weprin, Bill Drake of the Esophageal Cancer Awareness Association and David Schwartz of Citizens for Safe Endoscopy gather at the medical office where comedian Joan Rivers died as a result of an unsafe procedure.
The green-carts law underscores the fact that under its broad statutory authority—and in particular to advance public health—the city can restrict vendor locations for the overall public good. There is, however, an even more compelling rationale.
The School for Language and Communication Development & Able Community Services is proud to announce the opening of a site-based program in early 2016 at a Nassau County location.
Radio: David Schwartz on Street Vendors Destroying Small Business GalleryClient News, Communications, Front Page, Latest News, Legal Analysis, lobbying, Media Appearances, Political Analysis, Radio, Retail Advocacy, Small Business, Web
Gotham's David Schwartz, New York City Public Advocate Letitia James and broadcaster Ernie Anastos join John Catsimatidis' radio show "Cats' Roundtable" at 8:30am on 970 AM
Through tremendous effort and outreach, the New York City Council comes thru with much-needed funds....
Diane Cahill and Brad Gerstman have advocated heavily for the passage of the NY ABLE Act over the course of more than two years...
As New Rochelle pushes forward with the redevelopment of a large swath of land around its train station, city officials are promising that taxpayers won’t have to foot the bill.
The New Rochelle City Council unanimously approved a Master Developer Agreement (“MDA”) with RDRXR at a special council meeting on December 15, signaling the start of the largest and most significant economic development initiative in the city’s history.
We're proud the congratulate our client, Nassau County Museum of Art on the opening of their latest exhibit, "China Then and Now". We urge you and all of our friends to visit the museum and take in this very special exhibit.