Businesses have been hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting “shelter in place” orders issued by state officials. Bankruptcy courts have been flooded with large retailer bankruptcy filings.  Since
Continue Reading New York Commercial Landlords and Practitioners: Maybe There is Hope That New York Courts Will Not Void Leases in The COVID-19 Era

Many of our clients have asked whether they can commence a commercial foreclosure in New York State at this time.

On March 7, 2020, Governor Cuomo issued Executive Order (“EO”)
Continue Reading New York State’s Rules for Commencement of Commercial Foreclosures During the Covid-19 Pandemic

As discussed in my previous blog post, thousands of New York attorneys attended the Annual Meeting of the New York Bar Association’s Commercial and Federal Litigation (ComFed) Section, where we
Continue Reading How the Fourth Industrial Revolution is Shaping Conversations Amongst New York Commercial and Federal Litigators: Part II

Recently thousands of New York attorneys met in New York City to attend the Annual Meeting of the Commercial and Federal Section (ComFed) of the New York State Bar Association.
Continue Reading How the Fourth Industrial Revolution is Shaping Conversations Amongst New York Commercial and Federal Litigators: Part I