April 18, 2017
In this piece, we cover the most significant developments, issues and opportunities, as we see it, facing the road ahead. Download
March 27, 2017
Taking a look at the recent trends in senior housing and long-term care for the future of older adults. Download
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January 10, 2018
Strategic lawsuits against public participation, or SLAPPs, are a tool commonly used by developers and others to deter community opposition to projects. Read More >
Business Lessons From Recent New York Arbitrability Cases
November 03, 2017
Many businesses fail to give forum selection clauses much thought, focusing instead on negotiating the material business terms when drafting or negotiating their agreements. Read More >
Early Lessons from the Equifax Hack
September 18, 2017
The Equifax data breach, in which highly sensitive personal information of approximately 50% of all Americans was compromised, is fascinating from a legal standpoint for a variety of reasons. Read More >
May 16, 2017
Smith owns Greenacre, a large parcel of land that she subdivides and then sells piecemeal. Jones, looking for somewhere nice to build his home, purchases one of the lots, which just happens to be landlocked and inaccessible from the local roads. Read More >
DEC’s Proposed 2017 Amendments to SEQRA
March 31, 2017
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (“DEC”) has proposed a series of amendments to the State Environmental Quality Review Act (“SEQRA”). Read More >
The Year of Cybersecurity
February 02, 2017
A look at recent FINRA and SEC enforcement actions related to cybersecurity regulations and possible trends moving forward.  Read More >
It’s Time To Change The Law Firm Business Model
January 30, 2017
Every year, statistics on women and minorities in the legal profession are reported. And, every year, these statistics reveal very little change in the number of women and minorities in the ranks of partnership. In response, some firms have adopted policies seemingly designed to encourage diversity and equality. Read More >
Jordan Brooks Breach of Commercial Lease
November 10, 2016
A tenant’s failure to strictly comply with the lease’s insurance requirements could result in an incurable breach, lease termination and eviction. Read More >
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