One of the biggest advantages of renting an apartment is having annoying home maintenance tasks taken care of for you. Water heater kicks the bucket? Your landlord will deal with it. Prank calls aside, your refrigerator stops running? They’ll either fix it or get you a new one.
Gallet Dreyer & Berkey, LLP is pleased to announce that Martindale-HubbellTM and ALM Media have named our Partner David T. Azrin, Esq., to its esteemed roster of 2021 Top-Rated Labor & Employment Attorneys.
Everyone is talking about cryptocurrency these days, and it's easy to see why. After all, the value of Bitcoin (BTC) temporarily surpassed the $60,000 threshold earlier this year, and Ethereum (ETH) has quadrupled in value since the beginning of 2021.
When someone rents or purchases a place – regardless of whether that spot is a luxury hotel or a piece of farmland – the transaction is often governed by rules that are specific to the jurisdiction where the property is located.
The Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019 was intended to protect renters from unscrupulous landlords, but it has had unintended and harmful consequences for co-ops.
As the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccines continues, healthcare employers face complicated questions about what they can require of employees, how to handle employees who refuse the vaccine, and other potential legal consequences that may result in the coming months.