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May I Steal A Part Of Your Backyard?May 2019 | By: Randy J. Heller, Esq.| GDB 2019 Spring Newsletter
The doctrine of “adverse possession” remains one of the most interesting facets of real property law. The possibility that your neighbor can take ownership of some of your property through your own inattentiveness continues to fascinate and confound homeowners. What makes it so interesting is the counter-intuitive way it works. Giving permission for your neighbor to occupy your land denies him any claim. But refusing his encroachment may cause you to lose the disputed strip. Here’s how that dichotomy played out in a recent appellate case.
Misconceptions About BankruptcyMay 2019 | By: Mark B. Brenner, Esq. | GDB 2019 Spring Newsletter
Bankruptcy is a complex area of the law. What most people know about bankruptcy, including lawyers who don’t practice it, is often incorrect. The following are a few of the more common misconceptions about filing for bankruptcy.
Winter 2019 NewsletterWinter 2019 | Winter 2019 Legal Update
Fall 2018 Newsletter10/24/18 | GDB 2018 Fall Newsletter
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 | 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.