Debt restructuring strategy enables a real estate entity to avoid foreclosure on the land where it built the luxury hotel that is its only income source, emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy and continue hotel operations.
A municipality’s zoning ordinances must be balanced against regional public interest in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
Successful negotiations reduced subcontractors’ liens against an assisted living residence developer, saving it hundreds of thousands of dollars while preserving subcontractors’ rights to legally pursue payment from the defaulting contractor.
Timing was of the essence for this venture capital fund client whose Farrell Fritz team enabled the fund to close two VC deals in less time than is usually required to close one.
Mitigating the potential environmental risk of several former industrial sites was critical to a commercial real estate firm’s redevelopment of the land into high-tech business centers.
The litigation surrounding Arthur Sackler’s $140 million estate involved seven executors, 20,000 pieces of art and took more than eight years, but the Farrell Fritz team ultimately succeeded in protecting the clients’ interests.
Satisfying a federal investigation into alleged Medicare overcharges during its preliminary stages heads off what could have been a time-consuming and expensive process for a cardiology group.
Our successful defense of an off-the-clock wage-and-hour class action lawsuit – without traditional time records – resulted in a jury verdict that saved the employer millions.
Practical changes to a residential development planned for Huntington Station, NY, enables AvalonBay to overcome community opposition, gain town approval and proceed with a viable business venture.