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R&E Q2 2022 Newsletter

Fraudulent Scheme: Taking Stock of the HSTPA Three Years Later   By Zachary J. Rothken “Bad laws are the worst sort of tyranny.” - Edmund Burke Much ink has been spilled describing the drastic effects and purportedly unintended consequences of the Housing...

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R&E Q1 2022 Newsletter

Read the full newsletter here Featured Story #1 Good Cause Eviction - A Summary and Analysis by Alexander Lycoyannis The New York State Legislature is currently considering the “Good Cause Eviction” bill (GCE), a sweeping proposal that would apply to virtually all...

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R&E July 2021 Newsletter

Estate Planning 2021: Estate Planning in 2021--The Time is Ripe Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“TCJA”), passed by Congress in 2017, federal gift,  estate and Generation Skipping Tax (“GST”) exemptions have increased to $11,700,000 (or $23,400,000 for a married...

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R&E February 2021 Newsletter

Read Online Here Landlords Must Actively Protect Their Interests In A Tenant’s Bankruptcy To Maximize Recovery R&E EXCLUSIVE FEATURE STORY by John D. Giampolo February 4, 2021 As a growing number of retailers and other commercial tenants become distressed,...

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R&E September 2020 Newsletter

Newsletter Exclusive Article: The Long Term Impact of the New York State Court of Appeals Ruling On Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019 On April 2nd, the New York State Court of Appeals issued a landmark opinion In the Matter of Regina Metropolitan...

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R&E March 2020 Newsletter

Newsletter Exclusive Article: The Distressed Tenant - What's A Landlord To Do Rumors are swirling that National Widget Co. is having financial troubles. Their stores average 30,000 square feet and are designed to highlight an assortment of widgets. Unfortunately, this...

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R&E July 2019 Newsletter

 Newsletter || Volume 7 (Full PDF) July 2019 Newsletter Exclusive Article: The Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019 ("HSTPA") was signed by the Governor on June 14, 2019. Hailed by tenant advocates and the bill’s sponsors...

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