November 7, 2017

"Essex Crossing Wielding Public-Private Partnerships for Neighborhood’s Greater Good"

CoStar News | Stroock Real Estate Group partners Ross Moskowitz and Karen Scanna were featured in a CoStar News article that discusses Lower East Side mega-development Essex Crossing reaching several milestones. When fully built-out in 2024, the project will have been a nearly decade-long exercise in modeling the public-private partnership (PPP) structure to revitalize neighborhoods.


Join Andrew DeNatale, Lewis Kruger and Kenneth Pasquale at PLI’s Nuts and Bolts of Corporate Bankruptcy 2017 on December 18 & 19 in New York.

Stroock's of counsel Andrew DeNatale co-chairs PLI's seminar, "Nuts and Bolts of Corporate Bankruptcy." He will be with Kenneth Pasquale and Lewis Kruger of the firm to provide you with the essential foundation and updates about the bankruptcy system as well as practice points on commencing a corporate bankruptcy case.

  • December 18-19, 2017 - PLI's Nuts and Bolts of Corporate Bankruptcy 2017
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  • January 17, 2018 - AIRROC New York City Regional Education Day
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  • January 17-19, 2018 - IMN's 15th Annual Winter Forum on Real Estate Opportunity and Private Fund Investing
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  • November 15, 2017 | STROOCK SPECIAL BULLETIN

    "Cordray Announces November Departure from CFPB"

    Richard Cordray announced his departure from the position of Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) by the end of November 2017, well in advance of the natural expiration of his term in July 2018.

    This Stroock Special Bulletin discusses the implications of his announcement.

  • November 10, 2017 | STROOCK SPECIAL BULLETIN

    "Tax Reform: Now it's the Senate's Turn"

    On November 9, 2017, the Senate Republicans released their version of the sweeping tax reform plan (the “Senate Plan” or the “Plan”). Although the Senate Plan has many proposals that are similar to those in the House Bill, there are also many significant differences. Even those provisions of the Senate Plan that generally mirror the provisions of the House Bill contain many nuanced differences. The scope of the Senate Plan and the House Bill is very extensive, and, if enacted, these bills would significantly transform the current tax system affecting all U.S taxpayers, including individuals, businesses, and tax-exempt organizations.

    This Stroock Special Bulletin follows up on the previous bulletins dedicated to the tax reform and highlights some of the more significant differences of the Senate Plan from the House Bill.

  • November 8, 2017 | STROOCK SPECIAL BULLETIN

    "Four Things You Need to Know About the CFIUS Reform Legislation"

    On November 8, 2017, Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) and a bi-partisan group of co-sponsors, including Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), Richard Burr (R-NC), Marco Rubio (R-FL), Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and others, introduced the long-awaited Foreign Investment Risk Review and Modernization Act (“FIRRMA”). A companion bill was introduced in the House of Representatives by Cong. Robert Pittenger (R-NC9) and a bi-partisan group of co-sponsors, including Dave Loebsack (D-IA2).

    This Stroock Special Bulletin provides an overview of the proposed legislation, which would greatly expand the power and reach of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (“CFIUS”), the multi-agency panel that vets foreign acquisitions to address national security concerns. Unless withdrawn or satisfactorily modified, transactions deemed a threat by CFIUS may be blocked or unwound by the President.