The New York Professional Process Servers Association (NYSPPSA) has decided to institute a $100 assessment fee to its members to assist in their fight against the DCA.
NYSPPSA has indicated the fee will go toward a publicist who will work to gain exposure of the current situation NYC process servers are facing. Both Crain’s and the New York Law Journal have published articles already as a result of the work of the NYSPPSA publicist, Danny Frank. A press conference in Albany was recently held to address both DCA issues and the assault bill NYSPPSA is hoping to pass.
To further assist in the battle against the DCA, a committee has been established to communicate with the politicians both in the city and statewide about the DCA’s actions. The committee is being chaired by Gail Kagan and includes Larry Yellon, Bill Mlotok and Joel Graber.