NYC Building Manager Sued Over Lack Of Sandy Preparation

Law360, New York (November 20, 2012, 8:41 PM EST) -- Residents of a two-tower residential complex in lower Manhattan that was damaged badly by Superstorm Sandy filed a putative class action in New York state court Monday alleging the company that manages the properties failed to secure the premises.

The named plaintiffs, Michael Cashwell and David Barker, live in the 2 Gold Street complex in downtown New York City, near the East River. As Sandy hit the area, a record storm surge sent water pouring into the basements and lobbies of buildings downtown, including 2 Gold...
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