Articles From Samuel H. Levine

Lying in the weed—Receiverships and marijuana grow centers and dispensaries By Samuel H. Levine Commercial Banking, Collections, and Bankruptcy, October 2014 This article explores practical considerations for receivers when dealing with dispensaries.
The year in legislation By Samuel H. Levine Construction Law, October 2014 Recent legislation of interest to construction law practitioners.
Editor’s note By Samuel H. Levine Construction Law, September 2014 An introduction to the issue from Editor Samuel Levine.
The year in legislation By Samuel H. Levine Real Estate Law, July 2014 Legislation proposed and sponsored by the Construction Law Section.
Editor’s note By Samuel H. Levine Construction Law, June 2014 An introduction to the issue from Editor Samuel Levine.
The year in legislation By Samuel H. Levine Construction Law, June 2014 Legislation proposed and sponsored by the Construction Law Section.
Editor’s note By Samuel H. Levine Construction Law, March 2014 An introduction to the issue from Editor Samuel Levine.
Editor’s note By Samuel H. Levine Construction Law, January 2014 An introduction to the issue from Editor Samuel Levine.
Editor’s note By Samuel H. Levine Construction Law, October 2013 An introduction to the issue from Editor Samuel Levine.
Protecting contractor rights in bankruptcy By Samuel H. Levine Commercial Banking, Collections, and Bankruptcy, August 2013 A discussion of the bankruptcy issues most often encountered in the construction setting.
Editor’s note By Samuel H. Levine Construction Law, June 2013 An introduction to the issue from Editor Samuel Levine.
Editor’s note By Samuel H. Levine Construction Law, May 2013 An introduction to the issue from Editor Samuel Levine.
Protecting contractor rights in bankruptcy By Samuel H. Levine Construction Law, May 2013 A discussion of the bankruptcy issues most often encountered in the construction setting.
Editor’s note By Samuel H. Levine Construction Law, March 2013 An introduction to the issue from Editor Samuel Levine.
Editor’s note By Samuel H. Levine Construction Law, December 2012 An introduction to the issue from Editor Samuel Levine.
Editor’s notes By Samuel H. Levine Construction Law, May 2012 An introduction to the issue from Editor Samuel Levine.
Editor’s note By Samuel H. Levine Construction Law, December 2011 An introduction to the issue from editor Samuel Levine.
Editor’s note By Samuel H. Levine Construction Law, October 2011 An introduction to the issue from Editor Samuel Levine.
Editor’s note By Samuel H. Levine Construction Law, May 2011 An introduction to the inaugural issue from Editor Samuel Levine.
The use of receiverships for managing troubled assets By Samuel H. Levine Commercial Banking, Collections, and Bankruptcy, December 2010 Receiverships are something that all lenders should consider in managing distressed real estate. Lenders should also consider creative ways for receivers to manage distressed assets to meet the needs of a particular asset.
Special Committee on Construction Law: Year in review By Samuel H. Levine Real Estate Law, September 2010 An introduction to this issue from the Chair of the ISBA's Special Committee on Construction Law, Samuel Levine.
Defining the contours of subrogation By Samuel H. Levine Commercial Banking, Collections, and Bankruptcy, August 2009 Subrogation reduces title company premiums which benefit the parties to the transaction. It prevents an unearned windfall. However of most significance in these times, if facilitates refinancing of mortgages in order to prevent foreclosure.
Defining the contours of subrogation By Samuel H. Levine Real Estate Law, June 2009 Four recent cases have addressed the contours of equitable and conventional subrogation in the context of refinancing mortgagees.
Case law update By Samuel H. Levine Real Estate Law, July 2007 Recent cases of interest to real property practitioners.
Lien cuisine and other construction delights By Samuel H. Levine Commercial Banking, Collections, and Bankruptcy, July 2007 A lot has happened in the past three years in the area of construction law and mechanics liens. The Mechanics Lien Act has been amended.
Lien cuisine and other construction delights By Samuel H. Levine Real Estate Law, April 2007 A lot has happened in the past three years in the area of construction law and mechanics liens.
Enforceability and perfection of mechanics liens in bankruptcy By Samuel H. Levine Commercial Banking, Collections, and Bankruptcy, October 2006 The Mechanics Lien Act (the “Act”) is a very technical act. It is technical in nature both as to the enforcement and perfection of claims for mechanics liens.
Editor’s note By Samuel H. Levine Real Estate Law, August 2006 The area of real estate law is diverse. It encompasses both transactional and litigation issues.
Lien cuisine- A cornucopia of recent mechanics lien and construction law cases By Samuel H. Levine Real Estate Law, October 2003 The current Mechanics Lien Act was adopted in 1903. This year we are celebrating its 100th anniversary. Despite the mechanics lien law's age, it is still evolving.
Lien cuisine: mechanics lien and construction law update By Samuel H. Levine & David S. Horwitch Real Estate Law, November 1999 The following is a synopsis of recent case and statutory law relating to mechanics liens and Construction law.

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