The Impact of Divorce on Your Will

This article was posted with the Nassau County Bar Association’s permission. See page 12. It was published in the July/August 2020 Nassau Lawyer, Vol. 69, No. 11.

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Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP Partner Gregory S. Lisi Installed as President-Elect of the Nassau County Bar Association

Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP (“FDT”) is pleased to announce that Gregory S. Lisi, a Partner and Chair of the firm’s Employment & Labor practice group, was installed as President-Elect of the Nassau County Bar Association (“NCBA”) on Tuesday, June 2, 2020. He will serve a one-year term and then become President of the NCBA in June 2021. “This difficult time is a real opportunity for…

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Four Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP Attorneys Featured in the New York Real Estate Journal’s WIRE20 Spotlight

Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP Land Use & Zoning partners Judy L. Simoncic, Kathleen Deegan Dickson and Andrea Tsoukalas Curto, and Real Estate attorney Jane Chen, were featured in the New York Real Estate Journal's 2020 Women in Real Estate (WIRE) Professional Services Spotlight.

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Chesapeake Action Network v EPA: Court Tells EPA to Reconsider Rule Because Petitioners Did Not Have a Fair Opportunity to Comment

It is not unusual for a developing rule or other agency action to be something of a moving target, with an agency responding to comments in a way that leaves some in the regulated community complaining that they did not receive the required fair opportunity to comment before the rule or agency action became final. The DC Circuit’s opinion in Chesapeake Action Network v EPA…

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Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP to be Honored at Long Island Business News’ Real Estate, Architecture & Engineering Awards

Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP (“FDT”) will be honored as the Top Property Tax Assessment Firm at LIBN’s annual Real Estate, Architecture & Engineering Awards. This awards ceremony honors those who help create and build Long Island’s future, and recognizes some of the most dynamic and successful business people in the commercial real estate community. FDT will also be recognized in the Top Industrial Renovation category.…

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Center for Biological Diversity v U. S. Forest Service: A New Type of Claim or Just Another Step in the Chain of Causation?

This article, written by Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP attorneys Aaron Gershonowitz and Brian W. Kennedy, was published in the December 30, 2019 Environmental Claims Journal. Reprinted with permission from Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

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Tax-exempt commercial leasehold condominiums take hold on Long Island

"Tax-exempt commercial leasehold condominiums take hold on Long Island," authored by Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP partners Judy Lynn Simoncic and Nathan R. Jones, was published in the November 19, 2019 issue of the New York Real Estate Journal (pages 2A & 13A). Click here to read the article. Reprinted with permission from the New York Real Estate Journal.

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Environmental Impact Statements: Which Effects of an Action are Impacts that must be Considered?

The recent decision by the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Center for Biological Diversity v US Army Corps of Engineers, 2019 WL 5690619 (Nov. 4, 2019) concluded that impacts of an action that are “at most, tenuously caused” are not impacts that must be considered in preparing an environmental impact statement. The case arose out of an application by a fertilizer manufacturer for a…

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Atlantic Richfield v. Christian: Can a Property Owner Use State Law to Compel Further Remediation of a Site Remediated Pursuant to Federal EPA Standards?

This article, written by Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP attorneys Aaron Gershonowitz and Brian W. Kennedy, was published in the Fall 2019 Real Estate Finance Journal. Click here to read full-text. Reprinted with permission from The Real Estate Finance Journal.

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