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How Creditors Can Use Bankruptcy to Get Paid

By Kyriaki Christodolou and Matthew McCarthy The United States Bankruptcy Code governs the rights of debtors and creditors. When an entity files a bankruptcy petition—either voluntarily or involuntarily—the Code outlines...

Two Types of Landlord-Tenant Proceedings

By Matthew Zwiren and John Flouskakos A landlord seeking to initiate a legal action against a tenant, has, in general, two summary proceedings from which to choose.  The New York...

The Basics of Estate Planning

By Evan Rogdakis and John Flouskakos What is Estate Planning? Estate planning is implementing what your intent is after working, saving, investing, and caring for your family over the course of...

Workplace Compliance is Good for Business

By Sam Matthews Labor and Employment compliance are not only essential for business protection but are also essential for business growth. Taking a proactive approach by hiring competent employment counsel...

FinCEN’s Proposed New Rules on Entity Reports 

By Joseph Pomerantz Many owners of small businesses will soon be facing new compliance requirements that, if unattended to, can subject them to civil and criminal charges up to $10,000...