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An attorney for the owner of a Brooklyn building argued before the state’s highest court Tuesday that if the panel sides against his client and assigns them liability for an injury suffered on an icy sidewalk, it would effectively do away with the concept of an “out-of-possession landlord.”

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Dan M. Clark

Dan M. Clark is the Albany reporter for the New York Law Journal. He covers the state Court of Appeals, the state legislature, state regulators, and more. Email Dan anytime at dmclark@alm.com.

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