Moulinos & Associates

Decision After Trial Awards Clients Over $1.1 Million Against Sellers Refusing to Close on Purchase of a Home Based on Discrimination

Decision After Trial Awards Clients Over $1.1 Million Against Sellers Refusing to Close on Purchase of a Home Based on Discrimination

On January 10, 2024, the Hon. Robin K. Sheares of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, County of Kings, awarded our clients, Plaintiffs Rajiv Sheth and Dipa Amin (“the Plaintiffs”) who are…

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Court Rejects Claims of Conspiracy to Steal Office Building by Noelle Iati

Clark Tower, LLC (“Clark”) brought this suit against Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., as Trustee for the Registered Holders of J.P. Morgan Chase Commercial Mortgage Securities Trust 2007 (“the Mortgagee”) wherein Mortgagee held a mortgage to…

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Suprises Always Abound in a Deal by Daniel Levinas, Esq.

I represent buyers of cooperative units a lot. It’s part of my everyday practice and a foundation of the work that I do. Recently, however, I closed a deal that was riddled with so many uncertainties…

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Knicks Attorneys Seek Sanctions Against Charles Oakley Attorneys

Back in February of 2017, there was an incident and alleged verbal confrontation between Charles Oakley (“Oakley”), a former player for the New York Knicks (“Knicks”), and the current owner of the Knicks, James Dolan (“Dolan”). This altercation ended with Dolan having the…

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Manhattan is a Comeback Story — Again!

Manhattan is a Comeback Story — Again!  The real estate market in Manhattan is slowly, but surely, making a comeback, however, many are pondering whether it is worth investing in real estate right now. Prior…

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COVID-19 & Eviction Proceedings

Jamaica Seven LLC v Marion M Douglas, Tracey Reid, John Doe, Jane Doe was heard on September 30th, 2021. The petitioner commenced action back in December 2019, as a nonpayment proceeding, following the rejected warrant…

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Not So “Posh” After-all

In 2015, the 1,396-foot-tall skyscraper residential property on 432 Park Avenue was completed. The property is 1,396 feet tall and is known to be one of the most luxurious residential properties in New York City.…

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The Covid-19 Emergency Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention Act

The Covid-19 Emergency Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention Act (CEEFPA) was enacted in December 2020 as a means to protect New York renters and homeowners impacted by Covid-19. CEEFPA prohibits New York property owners from filing…

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Goodbye “Affordable Housing”

When the Pandemic hit back in early 2020 and the initial shutdowns took place, many New Yorkers who could afford to do so, fled the city. With the number of New Yorkers fleeing the city,…

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HERO Act

On May 5th, 2021, the New York Health and Essential Rights Act (HERO Act) was signed into law by then Governor Andrew Cuomo. The HERO Act was initiated due to the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic and…

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The Never Ending Covid Era: Restaurants suing NYC, de Blasio for Vaccine Mandate

Just as we thought things were getting back to normal, the Delta variant took over causing the amount COVID-19 cases throughout New York to rise again. With the surge in Delta variant infections, this prompted…

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Job Vacancies & Affordable Housing

Based on a May 2021 CNBC job report, the U.S economy added 559,000 people to payrolls in May. Considering the lack of job opportunities during the height of the pandemic, this is many newly employed…

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