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Top 2015 Legal Developments Affecting New York’s Real Estate Industry

The following article was published in the January 19, 2016 issue of the New York Real Estate Journal

Full article content reprinted with permission below. To view on the New York Real Estate Journal site, please click here. Read More ›

New Crowdfunding Rules Adopted on October 30

The following article was published in the November 24, 2015 issue of the New York Real Estate Journal Read More ›

So You Want to Crowdfund? Top 7 Issues

The following article was published in the July 28-31, 2015 issue of New York Real Estate Journal. Read More ›

Top 5 Legal Issues in LLC Agreements for Crowdfunders

As real estate crowdfunding efforts start, attention will no doubt be paid to the terms of the LLC agreement governing each investment. This article, first published in the November 26th issue of New York Real Estate Journal, highlights a few key issues and notes that the crowdfunding websites should consider imposing standards.  Read More ›

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