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16-Hour New Jersey Bridge-the-Gap, Day 2

Have you recently been admitted to practice in New Jersey? Newly admitted New Jersey attorneys can satisfy the mandatory requirement of taking 15 MCLE credits in specified New Jersey subject areas, taught by attorneys licensed and practicing New Jersey law by attending this program here at the House of the Association. More


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Construction Contracts 201: Contracting for the Complex Construction Project- A Roadmap to the Key Clauses You Need to Know

Building off the successful Construction Contract 101 series, this advanced program will provide participants, through the use of a series of case studies, simulations and discussions, with an in-depth roadmap to the 10 key clauses that every design and construction practitioner should understand and know when drafting and documenting a complex construction project. More


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Current Governance Issues in Coops & Condos

This updated annual seminar is intended for attorneys who represent cooperatives and condominiums and, in particular, those who serve as directors on cooperative and condominium boards. If you attended the Hot Topics in Coops & Condos program in April, you won’t want to miss this program!Program Chair: Dale J. More


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Hot Topics Affecting Cooperatives & Condominiums 2015

This program will provide practitioners with an overview of important current issues affecting cooperatives and condominiums, their boards and owners. The program will also include an update of recent case law. Program Chair: Dale J. Degenshein, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLPCLE credit: New York: 3.0 professional practice; New Jersey: 3.0 general MCLE; and California & Pennsylvania: 2.5 general MCLE. More


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Hot Topics Affecting Cooperatives & Condominiums: Cases & Marketplace Developments in the Last Six Months

This program is essential for those who practice coop and condo law and for those attorneys who sit on boards. The panel will discuss timely topics including an update of the most recent case law and best practices for avoiding a lawsuit. An insurance expert on the panel will also discuss key provisions commonly found in insurance policies, ACORD certificates and their significance. CLE credit: New York: 2.0 professional practice. More


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Joint Venture Agreements: Key Issues

This presentation will address important issues relating to the formation, negotiation and documenting of real estate joint venture agreements, including structuring, capital contributions, management and control rights, exclusivity and non-complete restrictions and exit strategies. More


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Litigating Construction Project Disputes - 101

There are numerous participants in constructing a building or other type of project: owner/developer, general contractor/construction manager, sub-contractors, vendors and design professionals. Sometimes the owner/developer is a public entity with different considerations and constraints from that of a private entity. More


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Mortgage Notes & the Future of Home Finance

The financial crisis has put a tremendous amount of stress on the legal infrastucture for residential mortgages and securitization, and has raised a number of technical and political questions about the adequacy of the current establishment and the potential need for reform. More


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Residential Real Estate Closings: What You Need to Know From Pre-Contract to Closing, Day 1

This program will cover the basics of the purchase and sale of cooperatives, condominiums and houses. The panelists will review forms of ownership, pre-contract due diligence, transfer and mortgage taxes, title insurance and lien searches. The program will also cover the contract of sale, including a review of the loan contingency clause and other most frequently negotiated contract provisions, general estate planning considerations, commonly encountered problems (such as combined apartments), and “how to” close a transaction. More


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Residential Real Estate Closings: What You Need to Know From Pre-Contract to Closing, Day 2

This program will cover the basics of the purchase and sale of cooperatives, condominiums and houses. The panelists will review forms of ownership, pre-contract due diligence, transfer and mortgage taxes, title insurance and lien searches. The program will also cover the contract of sale, including a review of the loan contingency clause and other most frequently negotiated contract provisions, general estate planning considerations, commonly encountered problems (such as combined apartments), and “how to” close a transaction. More


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Surviving the Residential Real Estate Closing: Prepare or Beware

Do you want to become more adept at anticipating and preventing problems before closing, and troubleshooting at the closing table when unanticipated situations arise? Are you worried about representing yourself, a family member or friend at an upcoming co-op condo or residential real estate closing? Here is your chance to "eavesdrop" on mock coop and house closings. More


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The Do's & Don'ts of Zoning Lot Mergers & Development Transfers in New York City

In response to the recent significant upswing in development rights transactions, this program will provide an overview of current New York City law governing zoning lot mergers and the transfer of unused development rights, known as “air rights,” between contiguous and non-contiguous lots, as well as the mechanics and practical considerations involved in such matters. More


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The Future of Affordable Housing in New York City

This program is designed to educate attorneys about likely future trends in the development and preservation of affordable housing in New York City under Mayor de Blasio’s Housing New York Plan. The program will include descriptions and discussions regarding the constitutionality and functionality of the anticipated mandatory inclusionary zoning program and proposed methods of compliance, recent and proposed changes to existing affordable housing disposition, financing, and tax exemption statutes and programs, challenges in preserving properties with expiring affordability restrictions, and changes to the rent stabilization system. More


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