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NYREJ Industry Leaders Spotlight: Robert A. Banner, Construction & Design

Robert Banner recognized in the New York Real Estate Journal's Industry Leaders Spotlight.

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A Landlord Win: COVID-era Guarantor Protection Struck Down

A recent decision by a Federal District Court has declared the Guaranty Law unconstitutional, enabling such landlords to seek to recover under those guaranties for the period of time affected by the law.

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Navigating Commercial Lease Letters of Credit When Banks Fail

Lost to most headline readers in the immediate shuffle is the somewhat contained issue of letters of credit as security for commercial leases. Commercial landlords and tenants and their advisors, however, sure didn’t miss it.

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The Arbitration Agreement: Tips for Drafting an Effective Arbitration Clause

The purpose of an arbitration clause is to resolve disputes and not create them. Drafting an ambiguous or inadequate arbitration clause can lead to greater delay and expense.

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Commercial Buildings to Go Green...Who's Paying?

Material new regulation with looming penalties surrounding Local Law 97 less than a year before implementation is a major concern for commercial owners and has resulted in new language and protections in many commercial leases.

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Maurizio Anglani Is Helping to Host Guess-A-Sketch In Support of AIANY and the Center for Architecture

Construction and Design partner, Maurizio Anglani, is helping to host Guess-A-Sketch, an architecture-themed Pictionary-style tournament supporting AIA New York | Center for Architecture's K-12 programming!

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Proposed Changes to RPAPL §881 Could Have a Significant Impact on New York’s Construction Industry

In early 2022, the New York State Legislature proposed a new law amending Section 881 of the RPAPL. The new law (Senate Bill S8430A ), which proposes some significant changes to the current landscape, has been approved in the Senate with a 62-1 vote.

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