NEW YORK CITY—Seyfarth Shaw LLP, an international law firm that specializes in real estate as well as labor and employment, has issued an alert to its clients notifying them of the expansion of the 2012 Fair Wages for New Yorkers Act (“Living Wage Law”) brought about by a recent executive order issued by Mayor Bill de Blasio. Stephen Epstein, a partner in the firm’s real estate group, sat down with EXCLUSIVELY to discuss the Mayor’s executive order and its impact on real estate development and leasing in New York City. How does the Mayor’s Executive Order expand the NYC Living Wage Law?

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