Morgan Stewart

  • Guest Blog: Where There’s Smoke, There’s Lawsuits: Navigating the Marijuana Maze

    By Morgan Stewart, Partner, Manly, Stewart & Finaldi In response to the recent article by Multi-Housing News Senior Editor Jessica Fiur, titled: “What Renters Want with Jessica Fiur: What Should Property Managers Do About Legal Marijuana,” we have developed this piece, which addresses some of the other complicated legal implications for the

    National 24 March 2014 16:34
  • Liability Rolls Downhill: How Flow Down Clauses Can Harm You

    Since the construction of multifamily projects typically involves several parties, it is crucial to craft your contracts with the utmost care. Failure to do so could greatly increase your risk of contractual liability to third parties, particularly when those provisions known as flow down clauses are involved.

    National 06 September 2013 13:00

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