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The past year has seen a great deal of news pertaining to eviction moratoriums. Federal level, state level, residential, commercial, expired, extended – frankly it has been difficult to keep
Continue Reading New York Landlords Can Challenge Hardship Claims Under Latest Version of State’s Eviction Moratorium

A new bill introduced by New York Assembly members Robert Carroll and Patricia Fahy would effectively force insurers to provide retroactive coverage for claims filed by businesses that have closed
Continue Reading Proposed State Legislation May Offer Retroactive Coverage for Business Interruptions Due to COVID-19

Yesterday, Jaspan Schlesinger LLP appeared telephonically, on behalf of a creditor, in the Pier 1 bankruptcy proceedings before U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. Pier 1 Imports,
Continue Reading Bankruptcy Courts Embrace “Business Solutions” in Response to COVID-19 Closures, Allowing Debtors to Press Pause on Lease Obligations

As the novel coronavirus continues to wreak havoc around the world, our Coronavirus Response Team persists in analyzing the more than 800 pages comprising the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic
Continue Reading Title IV of the CARES Act Offers Financial Opportunities to Businesses in Aviation and National Security