How Can You Accommodate the Disabled During Capital Work? (NY)

A collection of issues – a disability discrimination claim with facts that were sharply in dispute, an elevator project that shut down one of the building’s two elevators for an extended period, a proprietary lease provision that was less than clear, and an insurance company’s reservation of rights with demands for the insured’s substantial participation in the settlement – all make clear the need to communicate effectively with building residents.    Read the article…………


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