...Michael Bloomberg and Council Speaker Christine Quinn. According to Yetsuh Frank, LEED-Accredited Professional and Director of the New York City office of sustainability consulting...
Peter S. Britell, of counsel at Dewey & LeBoeuf, writes: Since the start of the "green revolution," it has been expected that litigation would result from green construction; and most early legal com
...its entirety.I. BackgroundPlaintiffs are professionals in the environmental engineering and design industry. Specifically, Gifford is "a consultant...
In their Corporate Insurance Law column, Howard B. Epstein, a partner at Schulte Roth & Zabel, and Theodore A. Keyes, special counsel at the firm, write that claims data for green building-related cl
Charles S. Warren, a partner, Karen L. Mintzer, a special counsel, and Inge Hindriks and Pamela Swidler, associates at Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel, write that the new laws under the Greener, Grea
...of Compliance. In order to demonstrate compliance, the NYCECC requires a professional statement, an energy analysis, and supporting documents to be submitted with all...
John R. Nolon, professor of law at Pace University School of Law, counsel to its Land Use Law Center, and visiting professor at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, and Jennie C. No
Peter S. Britell, a partner at Dewey & LeBoeuf, writes: The law of green buildings now clearly impacts commercial leasing, affecting pre-existing leases and new leases, and also impacting how tenants
Kenneth M. Block, a partner of Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt, and Hilary Semel, a senior associate of the firm, review the programs included in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
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