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Iris House Provides Valuable Reminder to Landlords About Non-Profit Renters

Iris House Provides Valuable Reminder to Landlords About Non-Profit Renters

Recently, the Supreme Court, Appellate Term, First Department, handed down a decision affirming the lower court in 2363 ACP Pineapple, LLC v. Iris House, Inc, 2017 NY Slip op 27047. As the attorney on this case, I can confirm its importance for real estate landlords and tenants alike. It corrects a common misconception about non-profit tenants’ rights that many owners often overlook.

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New York’s 128-year-old “Scaffold Law” Lives On

New York’s 128-year-old “Scaffold Law” Lives On

Representatives and supporters of the building and construction industry failed to level the playing field between contractors and workers in the 128-year-old Scaffold Law

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Hurricane Sandy Gives NYC Building Code a Fresh Look

Hurricane Sandy Gives NYC Building Code a Fresh Look

Hurricane Sandy caused a lot of strife—and a lot of litigation—in NYC. But there was also a lot to learn from the storm and New York hasn’t wasted time identifying lessons … and solutions

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