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Letters of Intent Practice Tips

Parties to a potential business transaction often memorialize the agreed-upon terms in either

Inequities in the Administration Process

A beneficiary looking to challenge the actions of an Estate Fiduciary is often at a significant disadvantage

Ari I. Bauer

Does the New York Public Authorities Law Apply to Municipal Housing Authorities?

For a housing authority board, the distinction between the Public Housing Law and Public Authorities Law is critical.    

Jonathan DeJoy

Tax returns are becoming the go-to source of evidence for New York courts hearing business ownership disputes.

It is important that business owners ensure that both business and personal tax returns accurately reflect the business structure and written governance records.

New York State Extends Prohibition on Residential Evictions & Foreclosures; Provides Relief for Certain Small Landlords

On December 28, 2020, as anticipated in our last post, New York State took further action regarding residential evictions. 

Governor Extends Prohibition against Commercial Evictions & Foreclosures on Commercial Mortgages

The Executive Order also extends to January 21st the prohibition on foreclosing any commercial mortgage for nonpayment.