Human Services Council of New York v. City of New York

  1. December 06, 2022

    NYC Seeks To Toss Nonprofit's Suit Over Labor Peace Law

    New York City urged a federal court Tuesday to dismiss a "hodgepodge of claims" from a social services nonprofit over the organization's challenge to a local law making contractors cooperate with unions.

  2. August 16, 2022

    More Nonprofits Join Suit Over NYC Labor Peace Law

    A New York City nonprofit on Tuesday added multiple social services organizations as plaintiffs in its suit challenging a local law requiring contractors to cooperate with unions, explaining how each group faces a burden of shifting resources to comply with the statute.

  3. June 01, 2022

    NYC Says Nonprofit Lacks Standing To Halt Labor Peace Law

    A nonprofit has failed to establish standing in a suit challenging the legality of a New York City law ensuring union actions will not interfere with social services, the city told a federal judge, arguing that the group's effort to block the law should be axed.

  4. May 27, 2022

    NYC Nonprofit Defends Standing In Suit Over Labor Peace Law

    A New York City nonprofit told a federal judge that it has standing to challenge and seek injunctive relief against a city law requiring contractors to cooperate with unions, arguing that the organization's members are harmed by the enforcement of the statute.

  5. April 11, 2022

    NYC Nonprofit Wants City's New Labor Peace Law Axed

    A group representing social service providers has asked a federal judge to stop New York City from implementing a law requiring city contractors performing certain functions to cooperate with unions, calling the policy a "ticking time bomb" that threatens nonprofits' ability to serve needy New Yorkers.