Cross-posted at BergerHarris.com
Update: on November 28, 2018, a lawsuit was filed in the U.S.
The Institute for Justice (“IJ”) recently filed a case challenging as unconstitutional a rental inspection law in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. From the IJ website:
At the New York Business Divorce blog, Peter Mahler analyzes a recent New York Supreme Court Commercial Division decision involving a deadlock between co-managers of New York single-asset real estate holding company:
In the April 17 – 30 issue of the New Hampshire Business Review, attorney Bobbie Hantz suggests attention to (and offers tips regarding) various documents and laws—including d
The housing cooperative, or co-op, is a form of entity with which residents of New York City (and many other municipalities) are well acquainted.
Ronald Coase, one of the pioneers of the field of law and economics and author of the most frequently cited law review article of all time, has died. He was 102.
You’ve closed the deal on your property. Inspections were done, hands shaken, and keys turned over. You’ve cancelled your insurance policy.
The China Law Blog has posted a review of Professor Gregory M.