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NYC Conflicts of Interest Board

Legal Analysis of Section 12-110

  Below you will find links to materials that examine various aspects of the Financial Disclosure Law.

Legal Analysis
  

●  "Annual Disclosure" Section from the Board's Current Monograph (in PDF)
●  Ethics in Gov't Act - Financial Disclosure (Article) (in PDF)
●  The January 1, 2004 NYC Financial Disclosure Law (Article) (in PDF)
●  Annual Disclosure FAQs (plain language leaflet) (in PDF)


Annual Disclosure Appeal Decisions

On April 10, 2013, the Board ruled that DCAS Project Architects were not required to file financial disclosure reports but those with other titles (e.g., Project Manager, Assistant Director, Mechanical Engineer, and Associate Project Manager) were required to file financial disclosure reports.  Link to Board order 2013-1 (in PDF).     

On September 20, 2012, the Board ruled that tax conciliators in the Department of Finance are required to file financial disclosure reports.  Link to Board order #3 (in PDF).  

On August 28, 2012, the Board held that the 14-day period in which an agency must render its decision commences 14 days after the date of the filing of the Notice of Appeal, i.e, the date the written statements are due, and that the agency must wait until expiration of this period before rendering its decision on a financial disclosure appeal.  Link to Board order #2 (in PDF).

 On April 19, 2012, the Board found that an agency’s failure to set forth any reasons for its denial of an employee’s appeal is a failure to respond within the required time frame and granted the employees’ appeals on default.  Link to Board order #1 (in PDF). 

The Board’s order finding that claims specialists in the Office of the Comptroller were required to file financial disclosure reports was upheld in State Supreme Court.  Link to Board order and the Court Decision (in PDF). 

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