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- Can an Applicant With a Criminal History Buy a Franchise?
The Legal Intelligencer | January 22, 2016
New York City partner Craig Tractenberg authored this column discussing whether a potential franchisee can purchase a franchise with a criminal history.
- First RAD Component 2 Deals Using PBRA Contracts Close
Affordable Housing Finance | January 19, 2016
Affordable Housing practice group leader Stephen Wallace and Affordable Housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen are featured throughout this article highlighting Nixon Peabody’s successful closing of the first four Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Component 2 preservation projects using 20-year Sec. 8 Project-Based Rental Assistance (PBRA) contracts in the nation.
- Colo. Court Further Affirms Design Defect Preemption
Law360 | January 7, 2016
New York Commercial Litigation associate Paul Stinson explains the precedent set in Colorado that will be of value for aviation defendants who find themselves litigating in forums that recognize federal preemption of the field of aviation safety.