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New York City to implement Brownfield program *

- October 22 2010
An August 2010 Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) entered into by the New York City Mayor's Office and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) further advances the city's program to return "Brownfield" sites in the city to productive reuse.

Co-authors: Lowell D. Plotkin , Norman W. Spindel , Susan Yeu , Inshirah A. Muhammad.


Recent amendments to New York power of attorney law excludes most corporate transactions from rigid disclosure and execution requirements *

- October 22 2010
Power of attorney forms are frequently used in connection with real estate transactions.

Co-authors: Lowell D. Plotkin , Norman W. Spindel , Susan Yeu , Inshirah A. Muhammad.


Yellowstone relief denied for commercial tenant relying on technical circumvention of default *

- October 22 2010
On September 23, 2010, in KB Gallery LLC v 875 W 181 Owners Corp, 2010 WL 3701381 (NYAD 1 Dept.), 2010 NY Slip Op 06697, the New York Appellate Division, First Department, upheld a June 8, 2010 Supreme Court, New York County, decision (see KB Gallery LLC v. 875 W 181 Owners Corp., No. 603766- 2009, slip op. at 3 (N.Y. Sup. Ct., Jun. 8, 2010)), which held that a commercial tenant could not maintain a Yellowstone application for injunctive relief that was filed after the default cure period under the lease had expired.

Co-authors: Lowell D. Plotkin , Norman W. Spindel , Susan Yeu , Inshirah A. Muhammad.


New York Court of Appeals decision may put New York Brownfield Cleanup Program back on the right track *

- July 6 2010
On February 18, 2010, the New York Court of Appeals decided In the Matter of Lighthouse Pointe Property Associates LLC v New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, in which the Court reversed a New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) decision not to admit the Lighthouse Pointe property into the Brownfield Cleanup Program (BCP).

Co-authors: Inshirah A. Muhammad, John S. Stolz, James Stewart.


Springing recourse liability for limited recourse obligors—no good deed goes unpunished *

- July 6 2010
Common in real estate lending is a variety of loan in which personal liability of the borrower or guarantor is triggered only if the borrower commits certain identified malfeasance, such as fraud upon the lender or misapplication of operating funds.


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