David S. Drobner
If you are involved in lease negotiations on behalf of retail asset owners, you already know that at least some tension inevitably arises while moving the deals along. This article gives focus to the tension, and suggests that the tension is not only desirable, but important to help improve negotiation results for all concerned.
Bruce J. Bergman
Can a foreclosing plaintiff choose whom to name as a party defendant in a foreclosure action? In New York, in the absence of prejudice to the defaulting property owner, the answer is yes. Although a recent holding of New York’s Appellate Division, Second Department, tacitly suggests “no,” the case may not have addressed the actual controlling principles.
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