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Anderson Kill P.C.
1251 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10020

Anderson Kill was founded in 1969 on the principles of integrity, excellence in the practice of law, and straightforward solutions to complex legal issues. The firm's attorneys approach engagements aggressively, and have earned a reputation for combining corporate polish with pugnacity. Based in New York City, the firm also has offices in Ventura, CA, Philadelphia, PA, Stamford, CT, Washington, DC and Newark, NJ, but the attorneys travel around the country and around the world to handle all types of matters.  Best-known for its work in insurance recovery, the firm representations policyholders only in insurance coverage disputes.  Our attorneys also provide counsel to the boards of more than 200 co-op, condo and HOA associations. These associations range from multi building complexes to small brownstones located throughout the greater New York area. These clients include well established noteworthy buildings as well as new construction projects and buildings converted from rental premises. Services include preparing offering plans, oversight of construction and renovation projects, representation in refinancing and workouts, dealings with the Attorney General's office, and an array of other services essential to a co-op or condominium's functioning.

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Should a board adopt a policy of not reporting threats of a frivolous lawsuit to its insurance carrier in order to prevent future increases in insurance premium coverage?

The economic life in most co-op buildings ticks along in a pretty ho-hum manner. That is, until the board of directors wants to do something out of the ordinary. Such is the case in Tom Bettridge’s Brooklyn co-op, where the board wants to morph its current administrative fee into a real flip tax. But can it muster enough votes to do so? Listen as Bruce Cholst, a partner in  Anderson Kill, and Arthur Weinstein, a solo practitioner in New York, offer advice on ways to overcome shareholder apathy and how to come to terms with that fundamental democratic issue of whose ox is being gored.

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