The impact “green” aspects of a property has on its value continues to be a subject of study and debate.
In 2008, a 34-year-old retail worker was trampled to death when Black Friday shoppers in Long Island busted through the doors to claim their holiday bargains.
Lawyers and litigants alike have long understood the importance of maintaining a good credit rating before, during, and after the divorce.
Continuing a trend I have been reporting on this month, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has filed yet another complaint against the owner and manager of a 28 unit apartment community alleging familial status discrimination under the federal Fair Housing Act (FHA).
Already many blogs and articles have been written on Chief Administrative Law Judge D. Michael Chappell’s November 13, 2015 92-page decision exonerating LabMD from the FTC’s charges that it failed to provide reasonable and appropriate security for personal information maintained on its computer networks in violation of Section 5(a) of the FTC Act.
Ernie Badway and I have prepared a series of podcasts addressing risk avoidance issues for broker-dealers and investment advisors.