What is Law New?

law new

Law new is a term used to describe legal services that are delivered in an innovative way. Typically, this involves working with underserved communities or developing strategies that have not been part of standard practice in the past. Using this approach can offer attorneys the chance to generate revenue and clients while providing valuable assistance to those in need. It can also help a law firm find a new area of focus without disrupting other areas that may be its primary concern.

Laws of New York

The laws of the state of New York are the constitution, statutes and rules passed by the New York legislature and codified in the New York Consolidated Laws. In addition, the law includes regulations and other administrative rules adopted by the executive branch and decisions made by the courts that interpret New York laws.

This website provides a searchable database of the current laws of New York including constitutional, statutory, and regulatory law. It is organized by topic and includes a glossary of terms.

During the 2023 legislative session, Governor Hochul signed legislation to protect New York consumers from medicine price gouging during a public health crisis, and curb predatory subscription services and medical debt collection practices that hurt low-income people most. The Governor also signed bills to keep hospitals, health care professionals and ambulances from reporting medical debt to credit agencies and to make it easier for families to rent apartments, get jobs and build long-term wealth.

Legislative proposals are introduced in the House of Representatives or Senate as bills. Bills are numbered according to their order of introduction in each chamber: they become Public Laws, or Acts, after being approved by both houses and signed by the President. The text of a bill appears in the Statutes at Large, which is the permanent collection of all laws enacted during each Congress. A committee report describes the purpose and scope of each bill. It also sets forth a detailed section-by-section analysis of the proposed law and makes recommendations for its approval.