A 2020 Look at the Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019.
An easy to read overview of Executive Order 202.60
Tips for First Time Home Buyers in New York.
An update on the August Executive Order issued by the Government and the Administrative Order issued by the Court system on residential and commercial eviction proceedings.
When the judge declines to sign [the order to show cause] CPLR 5704 can bring your motion back to life.
Adding, updating, and managing a beneficiary is an important, but sometimes overlooked, estate planning tool.
Force Majeure, what is it? And how does it apply to commercial lease agreements during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This post looks at the steps necessary for executing a Last Will & Testament using video conference software during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A FAQ style guide for applying for Unemployment in New York under the CARES Act.
New York Shortens Statute of Limitations on Medical Debt From Six Years down to Three.
New and creative solutions for handling trusts, estates, and healthcare directives in the Time of Coronavirus.
A look at how the quadrennial leap year affects all types of legal matters.
New York Tenant's are no longer required to pay a landlord's broker fees with the passing of sweeping new rent regulations in 2019.
An overview of the changes to the General Obligations & General Business Law under the recently enacted Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019.
A review of the effect of forced arbitration on consumer credit debt collection lawsuits.
A post that focuses on gifts of residential real estate and New York State and City transfer taxes.
Medical Providers May Face Civil & Criminal Charges for Failing to Collect Co-Pays From Empire Plan Members.
A look at the changes to the Real Property Actions & Proceedings Law under the recently enacted Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019.
A year end estate planning check list to ensure that your personal affairs are in order.
An overview of what to expect when faced with a traffic ticket in the Great Neck Estates Village Court.
On June 14, 2019, New York passed the Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019 (HSTPA) which will bring about broad and sweeping changes to the laws governing many forms of housing across New York.
This article goes over the bill of particulars device as used in civil litigation in New York.
Meeting an attorney for your first estate planning meeting can be daunting. Some attorneys use an “Estate Planning Questionnaire” or something similar prior to the client coming in for a meeting. This way the attorney can collect some demographic information prior to the meeting and save some t...
For this case study I will discuss how we recently helped a client collect a years old landlord tenant judgment entered by a housing court.
We previously wrote a blog entry regarding patients who seek hospital treatment in an emergency situations and then get stuck with out-of-network bills for services rendered. Where the policy is governed by New York Law, the insurance company must hold the insured harmless and cover the entire ...