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Plaintiff's counsel requested that the court give a jury instruction on "the traditional elements of fraud," including fraudulent intent, on the theory that Mallela allows insurers to withhold payments, under 11 NYCRR 65-3.16 (a) (12), only in situations where the professional corporation>s ostensible or real managers engaged in conduct <<tanta-mount to fraud>>.
They discover and tag sensitive or compliance-related data (such as personally identifiable information, or PII) in terabytess of unstructured content--important for complying with regulations such as GDPR or 23 NYCRR 500.
would do well to follow the roll-out of 23 NYCRR 500 and the ways in which covered entities are working to meet the new requirements.
[A]rea in which plaintiff suffered his injury was a 'floor, passageway [or] walkway' within the meaning of 12 NYCRR 23-1.7(d) was not preserved in the Court of Claims, and the appellate division's ruling must be deemed an exercise of its interests of justice jurisdiction[, and thus, w]e have no power to review either the appellate division's exercise of its discretion to reach that issue, or the issue itself.
Both are regulated species, which means that under New York State regulations (NYCRR Part 575) they cannot be knowingly introduced into a free-living state, or introduced by a means that one should have known would lead to such an introduction, although such species shall be legal to possess, sell, buy, propagate and transport.
13, 2016, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced New York State Department of Financial Services Proposed 23 NYCRR 500 "Cybersecurity Requirements for Financial Services Companies." The proposed regulation was published on Sept.
Additionally, NYS Health Code 14 NYCRR Section 527.4 directs the commissioner to promulgate regulations to address the communication needs of non-English-speaking individuals seeking or receiving services in facilities licensed or operated by OMH in order to facilitate their access to services.
Further, the regulations promulgated by the Committee on Open Government, which have the force and effect of law (21 NYCRR Part 1401), specify that no fee may be charged for the inspection of records.
UtiliVisor is helping building owners comply with a new regulation (16 NYCRR 92) implemented by the New York City Public Service Commission (PSC) requiring electric submeters in service at residential buildings be subject to annual testing to ensure accuracy.
(6) NEW YORK RULES OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT 4.2 [hereinafter RPC], 22 NYCRR 1200.0, available at ForAttorneys/ProfessionalStandardsforAttorneys/ NYRulesofProfessionalConduct4109.pdf.
(9.) Section 2500-a(b) of the Public Health Law, NYCRR 10, Section 69-1.9).