Coops, Condos, and COVID-19

Coops, Condos, and COVID-19

For condos, coops and homeowner’s associations, the novel coronavirus has presented a myriad of legal issues.  There is now an opportunity to develop a blueprint should a similar crisis occur in the future.  It is now more important than ever for practitioners to set forth for their clients plans for the future.  The link below will provide you an article about COVID-19 issues that need attention.

Here is a direct link to “Coops, Condos, and COVID-19” by Richard J. Sobelsohn published in the New York State Bar Association Journal, November 2020, Vol. 92, No. 8.

Richard J. Sobelsohn has practiced real estate law for 22 years with a sub-specialty in sustainable building law. He has worked as a solo practitioner, General Counsel to a real estate developer, in the law firms Stroock, Stroock & Lavan and Kaye Scholer, Moses & Singer and is currently Vice President, Legal, at Cohen Brothers Realty Corporation. Sobelsohn is an adjunct professor of law at Brooklyn, Columbia, Cardozo, Fordham and New York law schools, is a Green Globes Professional, LEED A.P., a member of the Fellows of the American Bar Foundation, and a Fellow of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers.

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