Job posting boards and aggregates have featured an increasing number of positions in Anti-Corruption Careers Since the beginning of 2013. This may include extensive collection and compilation of data from various sources and databases to which the Department of Finance and the Sheriffâs Office has access. Research and provide tax information in response to inquiries from attorneys, internal staff, and/or other law enforcement agencies, as well as the general public. Check out how well it worked for the New York City Department of Finance in the December cover story of Integrated Solutions magazine. As you might guess, the NYCDF manages hundreds of thousands of paper documents – everything from property and business taxes to nearly 1,000 bail cases each week.
The department spent $60,000 per month on a gigantic file storage warehouse in addition to spending more than $7,000 per month on paper and toner. The business school, which had been located in a commercial office building, will move its NYC administrative offices and academic course offerings to the NYLS facility. The total number of students at New York Law Sewer has dropped SIGNIFICANTLY, since the pigs opened a new 235,000 square foot facility in 2010. There are a few élite ones, a larger number of schools worth considering, and almost 200 toilets.
As long as we live under the corruption of our system of financial insider graft with its magic money creation for the privileged few, so many of the jobs that really PAY are in service to some of the more inhuman and self-centered people. Their JD enrollment has dropped dramatically and they terminated their Ll.M in finance and real estate programs, and their online mental health program, and they are offering some courses every other year in the Ll.M tax program. Brigham Young University, the only top 50 school on the list, comes in at number 10. But that may have something to do with the fact that members of the Mormon Church pay only a fraction of the school’s tuition.
If you need representation on a landlord/tenant matter, I handle appearances in all five boroughs of the City of New York (Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and Bronx). Send the landlord a letter with the violations and give him notice that if the violations are not remedied, you’ll seek counsel to bring him to LL/T Court. You should attach your letter to your next rent check, noting that your payment is enclosed, and save a copy of the letter.
The fire department immediately shut off the gas due to a gas leak in the hose, something the landlord failed to catch although there was an obvious gas smell when he came to check the stove. We’ve only lived in the city since January of 2010 (in this apartment) and so weren’t aware of the hazards of this gas leak, we thought a faint smell was due to using the stove and gas fumes leaving each time it ignited. I would have to research it further, but I believe the NYC rent stabilization code puts the responsibility on the landlord.