New York City didn’t file any lawsuits, but last week the City Council formally adopted a cap of 15% on third party delivery fees and sent the legislation to Mayor Bill de Blasio for his signature. The law, if signed by de Blasio as expected, will make permanent the 15% cap imposed last year on third-party deliveries. The law will cap all other fees at 5 percent and empower the city council to formally review the cap every two years. Although other communities have imposed temporary delivery caps, once the New York order is signed by de Blasio, the Big Apple will join San Francisco as the only two cities in the country with permanent caps on third party delivery fees. It’s been reported that some third-party delivery companies have been charging restaurants as much as 30 percent during the coronavirus pandemic.