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Before you sign a residential lease, you should do this

I’m still worried about Charanna Alexander and the anxious time she wrote so eloquently about in the Metropolitan Section of the Sunday New York Times. I’ve been thinking that the New York real estate market, especially for rentals, is so … Continue reading

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Communicating with your lawyer: stop calling!

I promised my lawyer I’d tell everybody this little story about the behavior of a particular client. This legal situation did not involve a lawsuit, which might cause a client to be a little frantic and crazy. This happened over … Continue reading

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Making a record. And showing up.

The importance of keeping full notes on any situation that might turn into a lawsuit, and the importance of showing up for events although you think you’re not needed. Continue reading

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