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Where Do You Want to Park Your Money?
Key Factors in Picking a JurisdictionFebruary 2020 | By: David I. Faust, Esq.| GDB 2020 Winter Newsletter
Beginning in the 1900s, “financial centers” were established in a wide variety of offshore jurisdictions around the world. They were essentially tax havens. Recently the challenges to these choices have been evolving. With today’s changes, key factors must be considered when picking a jurisdiction.
Just A Minute – Not Too Long, Not Too Short,
How Goldilocks Likes Her Board MinutesFebruary 2020 | By: Michelle P. Quinn, Esq. | GDB 2020 Winter Newsletter
When it comes to the content of the minutes of a Board of Directors or Board of Managers meeting, how much detail is “just right”? Meeting minutes are some of the most important documents for cooperative and condominium buildings and are required by the building’s governing documents and by statute. There is both a method and an art to taking accurate and appropriate meeting minutes.
New Tenant Protections Could Pinch Co-op Sales11/5/2019 | Habitat Magazine
Marc Luxemburg, partner at Gallet Dreyer & Berkey, LLP and president of the New York Council of Cooperatives and Condominiums, quoted in Habitat Magazine's article "New Tenant Protections Could Pinch Co-op Sales."
Coronavirus Legal Blog3/30/2020 | By: GDB Attorneys
Visit our Coronavirus legal blog -- updates and insights on the changing legal landscape due to the coronavirus. Learn about new legislation, proposals and get analysis from our experienced attorneys regarding a variety of legal changes that are occurring on a daily basis and that affect both businesses and individuals.
Emergency Relief For New Yorkers Who Can Demonstrate Financial Hardship As A Result Of Covid-193/26/2020 | By: Jay L. Hack, Esq.
The New York State Department of Financial Services (known as DFS) on Tuesday (March 24) issued emergency regulations for New York residents with residential mortgage loans on property in New York who can demonstrate financial hardship as a result of Covid-19. In general, the regulation contemplates two different types of relief – mortgage payment relief on residential mortgage loans and relief from certain bank fees.
Fall 2019 NewsletterFall 2019 | Fall 2019 Legal Update
Bad Behavior in Condos11/15/2019 | Habitat Magazine
Video Interview with Partner David L. Berkey
VIDEO: Legal Game Changers for Boards: Conflict of InterestFall 2018 | Habitat Magazine
David L. Berkey, Esq., head of GDB's Coop and Condo Law Practice, opining on conflicts of interests for boards
Insurance for Coops2/2018 | GDB YouTube Channel: 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.