Andrew Schriever, Vice Chair of Cuddy & Feder’s Litigation Department was quoted in a February 9, 2016  New York Times article in connection with Cuddy & Feder’s representation of a client in connection with a recently enacted moratorium in the Village of Larchmont.  Schriever argued to the Village’s Board of Trustees that a proposed subdivision would actually be more in keeping with neighborhood character citing a study that found that of 287 homes sold in the past three years, only seven were new construction. “It is not a crisis,” Schriever said in noting the moratorium was believed to be pretextual.

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