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IN THE NEWS: JAIME MICHELLE CAIN FEATURED IN THE ALBANY BUSINESS REVIEW – “FIVE THINGS LANDLORDS IN NEW YORK SHOULD KNOW ABOUT NEW TENANT PROTECTION LAWS”
Jaime Michelle Cain, Partner of Boylan Code and Michael Carota, Esq. of the Law Office of Michael J. Carota in Burnt Bills, NY explain five things landlords should know about the new Statewide Housing Security and Tenant Protection Act of 2019 in a recent article published by The Albany Business Review.
Quotes from the article:
“There are a lot of discrepancies [in the law] and a lot of provisions not litigated yet, said Carota.”
“It’s unclear if the state Division of Housing and Community Renewal will publish a guide explaining all the rules.”
To read the five tips from Cain and Carota, click below to read the full article: Albany Business Review_JMC News Article #2
Jaime Michelle Cain, attorney and Partner of Boylan Code presented new state law regulations to a room of 100+ landlords, property managers and other professionals in the rental business during a New York Capital Region Apartment Association (NYCRAA) meeting in late June.
The details of the Statewide Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019 will significantly change the rental and real estate business for landlords, brokers, property managers, etc., making it harder to collect payment for overdue rent, and delaying evictions for up to a year if the tenant can prove hardships.
To learn more about the new rent control laws, and how it may impact you or people you know click below to read the full article:
If you subscribe to Albany Business Review, you can also read the full article on their website here: https://www.bizjournals.com/albany/news/2019/07/03/capital-region-landlords-new-york-tenant-laws.html?iana=hpmvp_alby_news_headline#i/11368986
Carol S. Maue, Partner of Boylan Code was just featured in The Daily Record’s May 28th edition with her article titled, “A professional woman’s ruminations on work-life balance.”
The article is part of The Daily Record’s new editorial feature called Work/Life Harmony.
You can read the full article here: Work_Life Harmony 052819
The number of ADA lawsuits in NYS have increased 100% in just one year. And while Title III of the ADA is a well-intentioned law, it has become a tool for abuse for serial plaintiffs who have filed hundreds of ADA lawsuits in NY, NJ, CT, and PA.
Watch Scott Mooney, Partner of Boylan Code in his interview with News10NBC Chief Investigative Reporter, Berkeley Brean in last night’s 8 and 11 p.m. newscasts, where they discuss Mooney’s defense of Southtown Plaza in one of the several ADA “drive-by” lawsuits filed in Rochester and Buffalo alone.
Newscast #3 – https://www.whec.com/news/news10nbc-investigates-ada-lawsuits-top-2338-in-new-york-target-malls-colleges-wineries-and-art-galleries/5337425/?cat=565&fbclid=IwAR1xYR5ta1ABLP7TTpX7cRu6tgVGENpPL9kmVVGUC1WPC4LkY09UkXmLfOs
A huge congratulations to Jennifer Aronson Jovcevski, Esq. for being named one of the Daily Record’s Up & Coming Attorneys of 2019!
“This year’s Excellence in Law honorees are exceptional. Not only are they professionally accomplished, but they are committed to making a difference in their community,” said Suzanne Fischer-Huettner, publisher of The Daily Record.
Jennifer is an associate in the firm’s Commercial Lending and Real Estate Practice Group; she also leads the Charter School Law Practice Group, which she established in April 2018.
We couldn’t be prouder!
To learn more about Jennifer visit her attorney profile page below:
IN THE NEWS: JASON KLIMEK DISCUSSES THE POTENTIAL PITFALLS OF INVESTING TOO SOON IN THE CANNABIS INDUSTRY
See what Jason and other industry professionals think about investing into the cannabis industry too soon. To read the full article from the Rochester Business Journal, click here.
Robert J. Marks is an Associate in the firm’s Litigation Practice Group and focuses his practice on labor and employment issues, municipalities, commercial and landlord-tenant litigation.
Robert is the youngest member to join the Volunteer Legal Services Project (VLSP) Emerging Leaders Board and we’re so proud! His first order of business will be helping with the launch of the new VLSP web portal.
To learn more about the impact of taxation on small businesses looking to get into the cannabis industry, click to read the article from the Rochester Business Journal where Boylan Code attorney, Jason Klimek and Syracuse’s Barclay Damon attorney, Sara Payne discuss the potential negative impacts of taxation rates on legalized marijuana sales in New York State.