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Tenants Can Bring Roberts Type Cases as Class Actions

On April 25, 2013 the Appellate Division, First Department issued three decisions that answered lingering questions regarding whether a Roberts-style case would be allowed to move forward as a class action.  In all three cases, the First Department decided that they could, allowing tenants to waive treble damage claims that would have triggered the penalty restriction in New York’s class…read more →

New York Magazine: Clash of the Utopias

At one of the meetings, in December 2006, Adam Rose, the co-president of Rose Associates who was managing Stuy Town’s operations at the time, set off alarms among the group when he told them it would be realistic to recover just 8 percent of the rent-stabilized apartments in the first year, which was almost double the historical average. The business…read more →