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Caitlin L. Bronner Argued Before The Second Circuit Court Of Appeals

Caitlin L. Bronner, a member of Ingram’s Litigation Team, argued yesterday before the Second Circuit Court of Appeals on a case involving the intersection of New York State procedural, domestic relations, and trust and estates law.

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Melissa Billig to discuss "Creating Workplace Environments for Women to Succeed" at Women in Real Estate Forum

On November 13, 2019, Melissa T. Billig, Partner in Ingram's Construction & Design group, will join a panel of leaders who are driving change in firms by fostering inclusive workplace environments that create opportunities for women at all levels.

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Ingram Attorneys Share Best Business Practices for Engineers at ACECNY Metro Meeting

Warren Friss, Sheila Di Gasper, and Robert Banner presented "Structuring Your Business With Non-Licensed Partners," as part of ACEC New York's Building a Better Business Seminar Series.

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Ingram Presents: "How to Structure your Architecture Firm When One of Your Partners is Un-Licensed" for AIANY

Partners Warren Friss, Melissa Billig and Sheila Di Gasper presented the legal program “How to Structure your Architecture Firm When one of your Partners is Un-Licensed.” for AIANY members.

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Melissa T. Billig Highlighted in New York Real Estate Journal's 2019 Women in Real Estate Spotlight

"Seeing my work come alive in New York City’s brilliant landscape affords me the opportunity to be a part of something great with each project." - Melissa T. Billig, Partner, Construction & Design.

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Ed Goodman in the NYREJ: "A short primer for U.S. companies on commercial office leasing in India"

Commercial Real Estate Partner Edward Goodman, discusses the unique issues and considerations for U.S. tenants when negotiating a commercial lease in India

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Maurizio Anglani in the New York Real Estate Journal: Landlord Liability for Mechanic's Liens

Court of appeals decision holds that lease terms alone may impose liability upon landlords for mechanic’s liens filed as a result of a tenant build-out.

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