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Almost a year after it expired, the Building and Construction Trades Council and the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) reached an agreement to restore the 421-a tax exemption program. The New York State legislature still has to approve the agreem (More)
Duane Morris partner Alice Kane and associate Philip Goldstein recently wrote an article on "New Cybersecurity Regulations for New York Insurers and Banks," which was published by Law360. Over the last few years, the financial services industry (More)
The short-term lodging landscape has changed radically in recent years. Rather than always book hotels when away from home, people now frequently book to stay in the homes or apartments of other people through sites like Airbnb and VRBO. The growth i (More)
Duane Morris special counsel Charles Fastenberg of the firm's New York office will present the Lorman Educational Services webinar, "Understanding New York Public Contracts and Procurement Regulations," on Thursday, October 6, 2016, from 1:00 p.m. t (More)
By Philip R. Matthews The New York Court of Appeal on Tuesday, May 3, held that the Consolidated Edison pro rata allocation rule does not apply where the policies have prior insurance and non-cumulation clauses. The Court held that the pro rata r (More)