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EPA Wins Another Round In PSD Litigation: More Evidence that the Program Is Flawed.

Last Monday, in a comprehensive, 189-page opinion, Judge Rodney Sippel ruled that Ameren Missouri had violated EPA’s PSD regulations by failing to get permits for upgrades in 2007 and 2010 at its Rush Island facility. As I...more

How to Avoid Unexpected Maintenance Expenses When Structuring a Commercial Lease

About to enter into a long term commercial lease? You may be subject to additional expenses beyond rent. Landlords often require that tenants accept certain repair and maintenance obligations during the term of the lease (a...more

NY Strengthens Law Concerning Zombie Properties as Well as Good Faith Negotiations

New York Senate Bill S8159 - On June 23, 2016, the New York State Legislature passed a bill imposing new requirements upon mortgage servicers seeking to foreclose on defaulted home loans. The bill — S8159, dubbed the...more

Family Vacation Home Planning

Transferring a family vacation home to the next generation without causing family strife takes serious planning. Even if the ultimate decision is to have the children own the property outright and figure out how to make it...more

Eighth Circuit Holds No Coverage for Property Manager’s Mold Remediation Efforts

In its recent decision in Busch Properties, Inc. v. National Union Fire Ins. Co. of Pittsburgh, PA, 2016 U.S. App. LEXIS 3174 (8th Cir. Feb. 24, 2016), the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, applying...more

After New Connecticut Law, Sharing the Road also Means Sharing the Costs

Connecticut has enacted a new law, Public Act 14-67 (the “Act”), that now by statute allocates the costs to maintain, repair, and restore private easements and rights-of-way among certain users of those rights. The Act took...more

What Every Business Owner Needs to Know About Implementing the New Tangible Property Regulations

Over the last several years, the IRS has published a series of regulations and rulings that dramatically change how taxpayers must account for the costs of acquiring, repairing, improving and even disposing of tangible...more

Recent Developments in Maritime Punitive Damages

In 2009, in Atlantic Sounding Co., Inc. v. Townsend, the Supreme Court “sea tossed” the law of maritime damages when it held that punitive damages are recoverable for an employer’s willful and wanton failure to provide a...more

PA Tax Law News -- December 2013: PA Issues On Appeal - Sales and Use Tax (Part 1)

In our last issue of PA Tax Law News, we provided a list of arguments raised in Pennsylvania Corporate Net Income Tax, Capital Stock Tax and Franchise Tax appeals recently filed with the Commonwealth Court. The purpose of...more

What is spousal maintenance and how is it determined in Arizona? [Video]

Phoenix business law firm Jaburg Wilk's Board Certified Family Law Specialist Mitchell Reichman discusses what Spousal Maintenance is and how it is determined in Arizona. He also describes the time frame associated with...more

California Court of Appeal Allows Tenant's Fraud Suit Against Shopping Center Landlord Based on Estimates for Real Property Taxes,...

Last week, the California Court of Appeal for the Second District reversed a trial court’s decision which dismissed a tenant’s lawsuit against a shopping center landlord based on the disparity between estimates of certain...more

$8 Million Penalty for Weak ITAR Compliance: How the Price of Maintenance Beats the Cost of Repair

On April, 30, 2013, Raytheon Company, a major military electronics and weapons manufacturer, agreed with the U.S. Department of State to pay $8 million in civil penalties and remedial expenditures to settle alleged violations...more

Addressing the Maintenance Backlog in Victorian Schools – is a PPP the Answer?

The results of the audit report into Victorian schools announced on 20 February 2013 revealed a AUD420 million maintenance backlog with over 5,000 school buildings identified as falling below the standards set by Department...more

Ober|Kaler Obtains Confirmation of Significant Arbitration Award for Condo Unit Owner’s Claim

Ober|Kaler Construction Group principal Raymond D. Burke and associates Matthew T. Vocci and Jackson B. Boyd secured judicial confirmation last year in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City of a significant arbitration award...more

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