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  • U.S. Supreme Court Expected to Issue Important Decision on Cell Phone Privacy Rights
    1/29/2018 | By: Adam M. Felsenstein, Esq. | GDB 2018 Winter Newsletter

    The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to issue a decision soon in a case which will have important ramifications for law enforcement.  Specifically, the Court is being asked to decide whether the government has the right to track someone’s location by obtaining location information from cell phone towers without a warrant.  The decision may affect the surveillance practices of government agencies that rely on collecting this type of information and is also expected to provide guidance on what type of information should be considered “private” in an era marked by rapid technological change.

  • Corporate Officers Beware: You May Be Held Personally Liable For Fraud
    1/29/2018 | By: Randy J. Heller, Esq. | GDB 2018 Winter Newsletter

    It is commonly believed that forming a corporation shields individuals from personal liability for acts they commit in their official capacity as officers or directors of the corporation.  That is often true.  But a recent case by a New York appellate court reminds us of an important exception to that rule.

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  • Insurance for Coops
    2/2018 | Habitat Magazine: David L. Berkey, Esq.

    Senior partner and head of GDB's Cooperative and Condominium Law practice, David L. Berkey, discusses issues related to coops and insurance.

  • Coops' Proprietary Leases and Apartment Alterations
    2/2018 | Habitat Magazine: Marc J. Luxemburg, Esq.

    Gallet Dreyer & Berkey, LLP partner and President of the Council of New York Cooperatives & Condominiums, Marc J. Luxemburg discusses coop proprietary leases and apartment alterations.