Landlords Still Face Sandy Challenges 1 Year Later

Law360, New York (October 28, 2013, 2:55 PM EDT) -- One year after the surge of water and wind from Superstorm Sandy devastated much of lower Manhattan and coastal New Jersey, the initial flood of litigation has subsided, but real estate attorneys say another round of lawsuits may be on the way.

The aftermath of the storm — which caused about $50 billion in damage by some estimates, with approximately $32 billion worth of damage in New York alone — saw several highly publicized lawsuits against landlords and condominium boards for allegedly failing to properly prepare...
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