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The Calm Before The Storm: Reviewing Commercial Contracts and Insurance Policies This Hurricane Season

By August 23, 2021

By Philippe Lieberman and Marko Cerenko Florida has already seen another active hurricane season so far. With the peak of the season from mid-August until late October, now is the time for commercial property owners and tenants to review their leases to determine their respective responsibilities and obligations relating to …

Todd A. Levine

Lender Liability: Are Lender-Borrower Relationships Really Arm’s Length Transactions, Without Any Heightened or Fiduciary Duties?

By January 30, 2013

By Philippe Lieberman Over the last two or three years, I have encountered scenarios where the traditional rule – that a relationship between a lender and borrower is an arm’s length transaction – is called into question and creates potential lender liability. 1) As real estate development in Florida has …