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By Alexander Lugo | September 20, 2023
Attorneys have been swamped with calls from asset managers and institutional investors.
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By Alexander Lugo | August 31, 2023
"The owners of all of those commercial office buildings are facing decreased demand for office leases right now," said Heather Jonczak, a construction-focused shareholder in Carlton Fields' Miami office. "We're in a little bit of a different situation than a lot of other major U.S. markets."
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By Scott Mollen | August 29, 2023
Scott Mollen discusses "WDF Inc. v. Dormitory Auth. of NYS," and "Cuffaro v. Zoning Bd. of Appeals of the Village of Bellport.
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By Mason Lawlor | August 25, 2023
In a dispute between two Catholic universities, the Massachusetts Appeals Court has issued a ruling settling the question of who has a rightful claim to land deeds when they are recorded at the same time and place.
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By Harlan S. Stone and Anna S. Jewart | August 17, 2023
Penncrest attempted to develop an analysis for agencies and the OOR to utilize to determine when records related to social media pages are or are not "public records" under the RTKL. Boyer shows that these factors are mandatory and apparently here to stay.
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By Scott Mollen | August 1, 2023
Scott Mollen discusses the land use case 'Weinstock v. NYS Urban Dev. Corp.," dealing with a FOIL request. He writes: "This case is of interest because many opponents of large projects file FOIL requests in an effort to uncover evidence which may derail such projects. This decision found that some of the government agency's objections were over broad and inconsistent with the language and intent of the FOIL statute."
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By Edward W. Purcell | August 1, 2023
With respect to the "effective prohibition" standard, the court held that Verizon had proven that there was a "significant gap" in its coverage, and that the proposed monopole would fill that gap.
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By Christopher Rizzo | July 27, 2023
As this column has noted before, New York state has an acute housing shortage. At the current slow pace of construction (about 40,000 units in 2022), the state will never produce the 800,000 housing units needed to meet demand over the next 10 years. The housing shortage has markedly increased housing costs throughout the state, hitting low- and moderate-income New Yorkers hard.
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By Alex Anteau | July 25, 2023
Plaintiff-appellees intends to file for writ of certiorari with the Supreme Court of Georgia.
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By Alexander Lugo | July 21, 2023
In addition to the $1 million Suarez raised individually, PACs supporting him have garnered $13.6 million, according to the candidate.
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IN MEMORIAM OUR FRIEND, MENTOR, AND COLLEAGUE It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of our partner, friend, mentor, and colleague Bruce I. Goldstein, on September 2, 2023. The prominent New Jersey trial attorney was 80. In a legal career spanning more than five decades, Bruce was regarded as one of the most talented and sought after litigators in New Jersey. His love for the legal profession was contagious. Bruce will be greatly missed, as will his signature greeting, How you be? and the outsized smile that accompanied it.