RAA and NCYI special webinar "What your legal rights are after receiving a civil summons froma City Enforcement Agency"

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Dear Participant,

Thank you for joining the Rabbinical Alliance of America, National Council of Young Israel, and the New York City Office of Administrative Trials & Hearings for this Webinar.

This Webinar will provide important information on what the New York City Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (OATH) is doing for New Yorkers who have received a civil summons from a City Enforcement Agency and the Resources available to them at OATH during the COVID-19 outbreak. OATH is New York City’s independent administrative law tribunal that provides hearings on civil summonses issued by City agencies that includes the Department of Sanitation, Department of Buildings, Department of Environmental Protection, Department of Consumer & Worker Protection, Department of Transportation, Fire Department, Police Department, Department of Health & Mental Hygiene, and the Taxi & Limousine Commission. As a judicial entity, OATH does not issue civil summonses, does not establish enforcement policies, does not employ inspectors or agents, and does not direct, control or otherwise influence where, when or to who civil summonses are issued.

Please note that due to time restraints the format for this webinar will not be a question and answer call in. Participants will be on mute and questions must be submitted to Rabbi Blank at rablenblank before the Webinar no later than July 21, 2020 by 5:00pm Eastern Standard Time. Your question will be presented on the Webinar.

Please see attached Webinar Flyer.

Thank you,

Rabbis Blank, Mirocznik, Klass, & Hammer