Real Estate Development Law

What is Real Estate Development Law?

The folllowing article was submitted by Rick Daley, author of Real Estate Development Law and is featured in ALI-CLE’s The Practical Real Estate Lawyer. I have spent the last 40 years practicing and teaching what I have always referred to as “real estate development law.” I have even written two editions of a textbook entitled…

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Solving the Mysteries of Additional Insured Coverage

When two entities undertake a joint business project, it is increasingly common for one company to be added to the other entity’s liability insurance policy as an additional insured. The purpose of granting or receiving additional insured status is to reduce or transfer risks between the parties. However, the parties involved may misunderstand the benefits,…

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Who Pays? Liability Considerations in the New Sharing Economy

You may have heard Zak Stone describe how his father Louis died while the family was on vacation. The Stone family was staying at a cottage they rented through Airbnb. There was a tree on the property that had a rope swing attached. When Louis sat on the swing, the trunk to which it was…

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The Most Important Developments in Life Insurance Company Products Analyzed this November

Part of what distinguishes American Law Institute CLE’s Life Insurance Company Products 2015 program from other conferences is its excellent selection of faculty members who offer superior analyses and practical insights on the legal compliance landscape for annuities, life insurance company products, and related products. Practitioners from across the country flock in droves to this…

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