February 3, 2022
By: Daniel P. Martin
In New York, unlike most other states, the Rule Against Perpetuities is based on the English common law rule, which, in turn, is rooted in the notion that property should not remain inalienable (i.e., non-transferable) for an unreasonably long period. In this article, SRZ partner Julian M. Wise, and Daspin & Aument partner Daniel Martin...
June 1, 2021
By: Lisa Ann Murphy, Nicole R. Brown
Commercial property (casualty) insurance buyers, who have endured price hikes during the 2020 calendar will see their insurance rates continue to increase through the 2021 calendar year, with some seeing double-digit rate hikes per industry experts.  Besides the general insurance market drivers of increased weather catastrophes, the market has been plagued with the challenges posed...