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Much of New York Construction is Now Also “on PAUSE”

USA - March 28 2020 Although Governor Cuomo put “New York State on PAUSE” a week ago, at that time, “construction” was not specifically exempted from his Executive Order…

Lisa B. Andrzejewski

The Federal Reserve’s Powers to Pave the Way for Continued Development and Construction Through Covid-19

USA - March 24 2020 As the Coronavirus has encapsulated the world, government go-aheads to construction firms are welcome relief to the industry. Lenders’ collective…

Caution When Approaching Artistry

USA - March 6 2020 A $6.75 million judgment was upheld by the United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit, against a developer that whitewashed 45 spray-painted…

Will Claims Against Closely-Held Condominium Developers Be Thwarted by New York’s Newly-Adopted Uniform Voidable Transactions Act?

USA - March 5 2020 Property development companies regularly create single-purpose entities (SPE) to acquire new real estate for development, construction or renovations…

An Unfounded Lien: What’s an Owner to Do? And Can it Recover its Attorneys’ Fees?

USA - March 3 2020 A subcontractor has liened the property although the owner has paid in full for its work. The general contractor has disappeared. What should an…