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Real Estate Negotiates Several Deals in June
July 18, 2019 | Real Estate, Zoning & Land Use
John Panagopoulos represented the Purchaser of a commercial condominium located at 112-03 Queens Boulevard, Forest Hills, NY for the practice of sports medicine.  The purchase price was $1.18 Million and was financed with Citibank N.A. for a loan amount of $940,000.00. John Panagopoulos represented the Purchaser, Rhyme Holdings II LLC, in its acquisition of an …
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Rust Relates Succession Plan Recommendations
July 18, 2019 | Commercial Litigation | Corporate
Jeffrey Rust offered insights in the article, “8 Things to Include in a Succession Plan When Transitioning to Multiple Successors,” which appeared on City National Bank’s Insights web page. The article details a real-world case of a couple who planned to will their family business to their kids. No formal business documents were drafted to …
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Glambosky Presents at CBRE Roundtable
July 17, 2019
Erez Glambosky with be a speaker at a rent regulation roundtable presented by CBRE. The discussion will be held on Tuesday, July 30 from 5-7 pm at 200 Park Ave., New York City. The program will discuss recently adopted changes to the City’s rent regulation polices and its impact on the residential market.   …
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Ransomware Goes Public: Cities Pay Over $1 Million to Get Their Data Back
July 16, 2019 | Marc S. Ullman | Privacy, Data & Cyber Law
In the second and third week of June, the municipalities of Lake City, and Riviera Beach, Fla., agreed to pay a combined total of over $1 million to cyber criminals claiming responsibility for shutting down municipal computer systems necessary to the operation of crucial municipal functions. The Riviera Beach attack was traced to an email …
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Insurance Update
July 16, 2019 | Robert Tugander | Greg E. Mann | Insurance Coverage
Our July Insurance Update is now available.  Strap in, because we’re headed on a cross-country journey. We start out in New York where the Court of Appeals hands down an important ruling involving no-fault payments to non-physician controlled medical services corporations. We then cross the bridge into New Jersey where that state’s Supreme Court considers …
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US, European Regulators Levy Massive Fines for Privacy Violations
July 16, 2019 | Avigael C. Fyman | Privacy, Data & Cyber Law
This past week, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) voted to approve a record-breaking $5 billion settlement with Facebook, resolving its investigation into the charge that the company violated a prior settlement with the Commission when it improperly permitted political data firm Cambridge Analytica to access 87 million users’ personal information. Cambridge Analytica created personality quiz …
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