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- Christopher Rizzo, Partner in the Environmental and Land-Use Group, Quoted in The Cooperator on the Climate Mobilization Act
Christopher Rizzo, Partner in the Environmental and Land-Use Group, Quoted in The Cooperator on the Climate Mobilization Act
The Cooperator article details the Climate Mobilization Act, passed by City Council in spring of 2019, requiring New York City buildings of 25,000 square feet to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent by the year 2030 and 80 percent by 2050. Chris, who recently co-authored a New York Law Journal article on the impact the Act will have on residential buildings in New York City, told the co-op and condo journal: “Buildings can reduce their carbon emissions by 40 percent by 2030 … But there needs to be a variety of compliance options and financing assistance. Only the rules will clarify whether the City will address those two issues.”
On September 27th, Carter Ledyard client Global SC Finance VI SRL completed a $155,000,000 secured term loan financing with various lenders.
In collaboration with Safe Passage Project Inc., Carter Ledyard will work pro-bono to help ensure that no minors appear in U.S. Immigration Court to face removal proceedings without an attorney.
Designed to showcase those in the New York Metropolitan area exhibiting excellence in the practice of law, thirty five Carter Ledyard attorneys were named to this year's list.
Writing for the New York Law Journal, partner Steve Kass outlines a 15-point plan for the next U.S. Administration to help curb the calamity of the climate crisis through both climate mitigation and adaptation.
Carter Ledyard successfully obtained dismissal of all federal claims brought against merchant cash advance client Capital Stack, LLC, in a federal court action asserting several causes of action.
M. Dunn & M. Erwin stress executive and boardroom awareness and oversight of cybersecurity risk mitigation, outline several best practices for officers and directors, and summarize recent legal and regulatory developments.
Aaron Cahn explains the importance of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code as a resource for businesses in financial distress, but cites various cases of the denial of that resource being available to cannabis-related ones.
Surrogate Nora Anderson rejected an attempt to dismiss the Petition of our client Radio Drama Network, to invalidate testamentary instruments that deprived it of a $100 million bequest from its founder Himan Brown.
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Known as the “Tombs Angel,” Ms. Foster was a volunteer in the court’s criminal justice system who devoted much of her adult life to serving imprisoned New Yorkers.
Our 2018 Year in Review highlights the cutting-edge work of our clients and the ways we helped them succeed.
The NY Supreme Court dismissed all claims against Carter Ledyard clients Fox Capital Group Inc., and Commonwealth Merchant Advance Inc.
The women lawyers of Carter Ledyard hosted a lively evening at the Center for Book Arts featuring filmmaker and visual artist Zeva Oelbaum and author, photographer, and collector Dr. Alice Kandell.
As the the cannabis industry continues to grow, investment interest is unmistakable. Alex Malyshev identifies precautionary signs that may help investors' awareness of Risk Factors in various disclosure documents.
Karen's article identifies portability as a useful estate planning tool, but suggests it is no substitute for thoughtful estate planning.