Community Association Law

NYC developer and affiliates facing suits on two properties

A pair of lawsuits against L&M Development Partners and its affiliates are proceeding as residents in two of the builder’s Harlem projects seek compensation for costs associated with remediating defective work done during construction of their homes. The litigations recently were featured in Crain’s New York Business and Habitat Magazine. The boards at La Celia, […]

Bauchner Representing La Celia Owners in Construction Defect Suit

ANSELL, GRIMM & AARON, PC commenced two actions in the Supreme Court of the State of New York against L&M Development Partners, and its affiliates, for design and construction defects in two of its projects in Harlem, on behalf of plaintiffs La Celia Owners Corporation, located at 64 East 111th Street, and PS90 Board of […]

Byrne shares knowledge of HOA lien foreclosure process

The foreclosure of a condominium and/or homeowners’ association lien is unique and multi-faceted process. While there are some similarities, there are many, many differences between a lien foreclosure and a residential mortgage foreclosure. Attorneys unfamiliar with those differences, and with the overall lien foreclosure process, can do a great disservice to their condominium and association […]

Patterson joins HV-CAI Executive Board

Stacey R. Patterson, Esq. has been appointed to the Executive Board of Community Association Institute’s Hudson Valley Chapter. The CAI Hudson Valley Chapter serves the educational, business, and networking needs of community associations in the Hudson Valley New York area. Members include condominium, cooperative, and homeowner associations as well as those who provide services and […]

Wiechnik wins $2M verdict for Falcon Ridge

The Superior Court of New Jersey recently entered a $2M, verdict against Silver Fox, LLC, and in favor of Falcon Ridge Condominium Association, Inc. Falcon Ridge is a 27 building condominium situated in Hamburg New Jersey. Silver Fox, LLC, is the successor sponsor and developer of Falcon Ridge. Falcon Ridge originally filed suit in December […]

Patterson on panel for CAI roundtable

Stacey Patterson, Esq. will serve as a panel member in a roundtable luncheon discussion with property managers and homeowners, answering legal questions affecting New York community associations, as presented by the attendees. This event is hosted by the Community Associations Institute Hudson Valley. The luncheon will talk place at the Hyatt House in White Plains, […]

Linderman selected as Author of the Year by NJ CAI

Rich Linderman (center) was honored at NJ CAI’s Annual Awards Dinner as both author of the year and for his work on the revamping the organization’s magazine Community Trends, as part of the Editorial Committee.   We are pleased to recognize that Richard B. Linderman, a partner in the Community Association Practice group for being […]

Alternative Dispute Resolution seminar offered

Richard B. Linderman, Esq. will provide an overview of the Alternative Dispute Resolution process at Community Associations Institute’s Feb. 3 seminar at The Glen at Masons Creek, Hainesport, NJ. Alternative Dispute Resolution is required for community associations in New Jersey, and this program will provide an overview of what mediation is and how it is […]

CAI offering cyber security seminars

Stacey Patterson, Esq. will be speaking on the topic of cyber security and its effects on the management and operation of community associations at Community Associations Institute seminars this month in Newburgh, N.Y. on January 25 and in White Plains, N.Y. on January 26.  Please visit the CAI website  for more details and to find […]