Real Estate

Lucas Museum legal strategy troubles

The March 12, 2015, order granted by the Judge in¬†Friends of the Park v. ¬†Chicago Park District was definitely not favorable to the proposed George Lucas Museum plan. U.S. District Court Judge John Darrah stated in his opinion that the lease language, “the exclusive right to occupy, use, maintain, manage and control the museum […]

By |March 13th, 2015|Art Law, Legal News and Events, Municipal Law, Real Estate|0 Comments

Investors Are Counting On You Renting A Single Family Home

Lately we have been seeing a huge trend towards and interest in investing in single family homes as rentals with large companies like Blackstone Group partnering with companies like Dallas-based Riverstone Residential Group and Tempe-based Treehouse Group to form a new company, called Invitation Homes, to manage its single-family rental business. We have noticed […]

By |October 1st, 2014|Family Law, Legal News and Events, Real Estate|0 Comments

What Does New York’s Non-Profit Revitalization Act Mean?

When people think of Non-profit they often forget that a Non-profit or NGO (Non-governmental Organization) is a corporation. We have gotten so used to saying the abbreviated “Non-profit” that we forget it is just a short-hand for “Non-profit Corporation.” In fact in the purest sense a Non-profit is a corporation with a charitable purpose. […]

By |September 27th, 2014|Art Law, Legal News and Events, Real Estate, Start-Up, Tax|0 Comments

Dallas is the Right Size for New Business

A growing list of companies including Toyota and L’oreal are moving their corporate and distribution centers to Dallas. Located equidistant from East and West coast with low cost of living and plenty of educated professionals, Dallas, is catching the eye of a lot of corporations looking to take advantage of its fast growing cutting […]

By |September 10th, 2014|Business, Entrepreneur, Legal News and Events, Real Estate, Start-Up|0 Comments