Expert Analysis

Why NYC Building Owners Shouldn't Ignore Emissions Rule

New rules from the New York City Department of Buildings clarify the previously vague good faith efforts that buil... (more story)

A Year-End Look At Florida's Capital Investment Tax Credit

Notwithstanding the Walt Disney Co.’s feud with Gov. Ron DeSantis this year, Florida's capital investment tax cred... (more story)

Crypto Has Democratized Trading In Bankruptcy Claims

Following the pandemic, there has been a wave of cryptocurrency bankruptcies and a related increase in access to i... (more story)

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Texas Land Co. Investors See Share-Expansion Suit Tossed

A Texas Pacific Land Corp. stockholder group lost on Friday their challenge to a company demand that they vote their shares in favor of a six-fold increase in stock held by one of the state's largest landholders.

New York Music Venue's Creditors Seeking Liquidation

A New York bankruptcy judge Monday pushed back a request by the landlord of a New York City music venue to convert its small-business Chapter 11 to a liquidation after hearing the Internal Revenue Service has ... (more story)

Developer Soho Properties, which filed for Chapter 11 in July, agreed with lenders Arden and Corten Real Estate Partners in September to allow a sale to go forward. (AP Photo/Bobby Caina Calvan)
NYC Margaritaville Lenders Decry Lack Of 'End Game'

The lenders that acquired the Times Square Margaritaville resort in a recent auction told a New York court that they have full control over the property, though the developer claims otherwise.

McDermott Moves To New Atlanta Shop With Plans For Growth

McDermott Will & Emery LLP announced Monday that it had moved to a new office space in a high-rise building in midtown Atlanta, just three years after first opening up shop in the city.

LIVE COVERAGE: Day 39 Of Trump's NY Civil Fraud Trial

Law360 reporters are providing live coverage from the courthouse as former President Donald Trump goes on trial in the New York attorney general's civil fraud case. Follow along here.

The 3 Locations Fighting To Be The Commanders' New Home

As the Washington Commanders seek a deal for a new stadium starting in 2027, they face many challenges, including determining the new home location of the NFL team. Here, Law360 takes you through each location... (more story)

Property Owner Sees Bid To Appeal Bad Faith Finding Nixed

A Louisiana federal judge denied a property owner's bid to immediately appeal her ruling compelling arbitration of its bad faith claims against its insurers, in a case centering on millions of dollars' worth o... (more story)

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Ex-Real Estate Atty Avoids Prison In Russia Sanctions Case

A Manhattan federal judge on Monday allowed a longtime real estate attorney who facilitated tax and insurance payments for a sanctioned Russian oligarch to avoid prison, citing his advanced age and limited inv... (more story)

Manufactured Home Operators Face More Price-Fixing Claims

A Michigan manufactured home community resident has accused a data provider and a group of investment firms that own and manage such communities of conspiring to artificially inflate lot prices in violation of... (more story)

Fannie Mae is owed almost $13.8 million from a borrower that failed to present any evidence parrying the lender’s claim that it defaulted on a mortgage for an apartment building in a suburb of Philadelphia, a judge ruled Thursday. (Win McNamee/Getty Images)
Fannie Mae Scores Early Win In $14M Philly Foreclosure Suit

A Pennsylvania federal judge granted Fannie Mae a summary judgment this week in a foreclosure case involving a roughly $13.8 million default on the mortgage for an apartment building near Philadelphia because ... (more story)

Deutsche Bank Seeks Early Win In $12M Loan Default Suit

Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas urged a Pennsylvania federal court to grant it an early win in its mortgage foreclosure suit against a Virginia senior living company that allegedly failed to keep up its p... (more story)

La. Judge Won't Nix Arbitration Order In $11M Hurricane Row

A Louisiana federal judge has denied a bid by attorneys who missed a deadline to rescind his order tossing two defendants and forcing arbitration in a case over more than $11 million in hurricane damage to an ... (more story)

Ga. Counties End Wells Fargo Mortgage Suit Without Settling

Three Georgia counties that accused Wells Fargo of upholding discriminatory lending and foreclosure practices have asked the court to dismiss their suit with prejudice, noting that the dismissal is not the res... (more story)

DC Circ. Prods DOJ, Realtors Over Limits Of Antitrust Deal

A D.C. Circuit panel seemed skeptical during oral arguments Friday that a deal between the National Association of Realtors and the U.S. Department of Justice ending an antitrust investigation meant the agency... (more story)