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news & events / 12.30.20
Jack Malley won an appeal on December 29, 2020. The First Department affirmed Supreme Court, New York County’s decision granting a preliminary injunction enjoining a Manhattan co-op from evicting Jack’s client from an apartment he inherited after the co-op board denied his transfer application.
blog / 06.15.21
Up in Smoke? What does the New York Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act (“MRTA”) mean for Condo and Co-op Boards and their employees?
news & events / 04.03.20
Co-Op City, New York’s largest affordable housing complex, will stay affordable for another 30 years pursuant to a March 31st, 2020 loan agreement between Co-op City and the City of New York. The Agreement provides One Million Dollars ($1,000,000), at zero percent interest, with the principal forgiven, conditioned upon the Cooperative’s agreement to remain in …
Nancy Durand, Special Counsel
Nancy Durand draws on her prior experiences in-house and at a major multinational law firm to provide clients with strategic, practical and cost-effective solutions to complex problems. Her solution-driven practice focuses on helping small and medium-sized businesses, nonprofit entities, and municipal corporations to resolve legal disputes and minimize risk. Next month Nancy will be presenting in a webinar: “Best Practices to Avoid Breach of Fiduciary Duty Liability” hosted by New York Council of Nonprofits, Inc. on October 14th.