Category: Law & Legislation

Law & Legislation
2017 April Court in Session

Tenants and landlords don’t always see eye to eye. Disputes arise because one party isn’t living up to their agreement, and not everything can be solved with a phone call or cordial email. That’s where the Housing Part of the Civil Court of…

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2017 April Superstorm Sandy

Almost five years have passed since Superstorm Sandy slammed the East Coast and caused major havoc and destruction, reportedly resulting in 117 deaths and an estimated $65 billion in damages. For many affected people in New York and New Jer…

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Law & Legislation
Do I Need Window Guards?

For apartment buildings, window guards can protect little ones from dangerous and deadly falls. It's also the law. Under New York City's Local Law 57 of 2011 , apartments whose tenants include young children are required to install wi…

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Law & Legislation
2017 January Courtroom Roundup

The Obamas are leaving the White House, at least some of the Trumps will be moving in, and federal agencies have until mid-January to implement the outgoing administration’s policies and directives before the tide moves in what may be a ver…

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Law & Legislation
So You've Been Sued...Now What?

Every board dreads the idea of being sued as a result of the decisions they make on behalf of their communities - but these legal pros have some advice about how to navigate this unpleasant but all-too-common occurrence. 

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