Many people idolize celebrities and often consider them to be role models. However, the truth is that celebrities are just people. Like many of us, celebrities often ignore estate planning alto-gether or fail to update outdated estate plans. Others take the time to think through their estate plans carefully and benefit from the assistance of competent counsel. The problems and issues discussed in this article may involve celebrities, but they create useful lessons for everyone.Read More
Many people idolize celebrities and often consider them to be role models. But the truth is that celebrities are just people. Although famous people may have teams of attorneys working on their business matters, celebrities often ignore estate planning or fail to update outdated estate plans. The problems and issues in the estate plans of the celebrities discussed in this article can serve as useful lessons to estate planners and individuals alike.Read More
A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to personal liability provisions of leases for commercial tenants impacted by COVID-19.Read More
David Choi is a panelist on PPP seminar presented to NYC multifamily organization. Hear the full presentation by clicking on the link below.Read More
Federal Income Tax Relief–Filing / Payment Deadlines Extended to July 15, 2020Read More
In response to economic hardships imposed on many businesses due to COVID-19, the SBA will offer non-recourse loans capable of 100% forgiveness to encourage employee retention during the financial crisis. This strategy is the Paycheck Protection Program, (“PPP”), which is one of many economic stimulus plans set forth in The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security, or CARES Act.Read More
In these turbulent times, weat Kurzman Eisenberg Corbin & Lever, LLPunderstand that you may have questionsconcerning how the COVID-19 virus affects you and your business. The following is a summary of certain executive orders that have been announced over the last few days bythe State of New York.Read More
In many ways, celebrities are no different from other people. Even though they often have access to the best managers, agents, and attorneys, celebrities often have non-existent or outdated estate plans. Sometimes changes in family circumstances or in the tax laws can create unexpected results, and some-times no tax planning has been contemplated.Read More
What sets Kurzman apart from other suburban law firms is that virtually all of the lawyers in its finance group began and developed their practices at the New York offices of large international, national or regional law firms.Read More
Kurzman Eisenberg Corbin & Lever, LLP is pleased to announce that, effective February 1, 2019, Kenneth S. Rose and Joel J. Goldschmidt have joined the firm as partners and John C. Hui has joined the firm as senior counsel.Read More
Kurzman Eisenberg Corbin & Lever, LLP’s Co-Managing Partner Jessica Galligan Goldsmith has been elected as a Fellow to the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC).Read More
Kurzman Eisenberg Corbin & Lever, LLP is pleased to announce that 11 of its attorneys have been included in the 2018 list of New York Metro Super Lawyers.Read More
Kurzman Eisenberg Corbin & Lever, LLP is pleased to announce that Kara Schissler, Moira Spollen and Wendy Teller have become partners of the firm.Read More
Lois Tilton spoke at the New York City Bar. The CLE seminar was entitled Ownership of Cooperative Apartments and Condominiums by Trusts" An Overview of Popular Trusts and Obtaining Transfer Approval from Cooperative Boards.
Negotiated office lease for entire space in prominent NYC office building on behalf of well-known real estate company based in San Francisco with major holdings in California and NYC. Project also included negotiation of a construction completion guaranty, a cross-indemnity agreement between the entities comprising landlord, and a holdover indemnity.