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NYREJ Publishes Article on the Perceived Inevitability of Collapsing Multi-Owner Properties

New York Real Estate Journal published an article on August 3 authored by Olshan Real Estate partner Thomas Kearns entitled "Are Collapses of Multi-Owner Properties Inevitable?" Read More ›

NYREJ Publishes Article on Annual Interested Director/Manager Reports for Condominiums and Cooperatives

New York Real Estate Journal published an article on May 18 authored by Olshan Real Estate partner Thomas Kearns entitled "Annual Annual Interested Director/Manager Reports for Condominiums and Cooperatives" Read More ›

NYREJ Publishes Article by Thomas Kearns on Commercial Lease Clauses for Pandemics

New York Real Estate Journal published an article on March 23 authored by Olshan Real Estate partner Thomas Kearns entitled “Commercial Lease Clauses for Pandemics.” Read More ›

NYREJ Publishes a Review of 2020 by Thomas Kearns

New York Real Estate Journal published an article on December 22 authored by Olshan Real Estate partner Thomas Kearns entitled “2020 Year in Review” Read More ›

NYREJ Publishes Article by Thomas Kearns on the Top 2020 Legal Developments Affecting NY’s CRE Industry

New York Real Estate Journal published an article on January 19 authored by Olshan Real Estate partner Thomas Kearns entitled “Top 2020 Legal Developments Affecting NY’s CRE Industry.” Read More ›

Delaware Chancery Court Provides Important Guidance on COVID-19’s Impact on a Buyer’s Obligation to Close:

Seller’s COVID-related actions breached an “ordinary course” covenant, even though the COVID-19 pandemic did not give rise to a “material adverse effect.”

Authored by Michael R. Neidell and Zachary E. Freedman, Law Clerk Read More ›

Infrastructure Needed to Cure Digital Divide in the U.S.

Thomas Friedman’s column in today’s New York Times highlights the digital divide hurting rural areas in the U.S.  Are Opportunity Zones a partial solution?    Read More ›

NYREJ Publishes Article by Thomas Kearns on Foreclosures for Technical Mortgage Defaults

New York Real Estate Journal published an article on November 17 authored by Olshan Real Estate partner Thomas Kearns entitled “No Foreclosures for Technical Mortgage Defaults.” Read More ›

NYREJ Publishes Article by Thomas Kearns on Hotel Ground Lease Defaults

New York Real Estate Journal published an article on September 22 authored by Olshan Real Estate partner Thomas Kearns entitled “Ground Lease Hotels” Read More ›

NYREJ Publishes Article by Thomas Kearns on Gross Negligence

New York Real Estate Journal published an article on July 21 authored by Olshan Real Estate partner Thomas Kearns entitled “’Gross Negligence’ Revisited“ Read More ›

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