Before granting an easement or right-of-way that would allow an oil and gas company to place a pipeline on your property, there are many issues you should consider and have addressed to your satisfaction. For example, you will want to … Read more
Normally when selling a commercial or investment property, capital gains taxes must be paid on the sale. However, Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code provides an exception which allows a seller to defer paying tax on the sale proceeds … Read more
Since 1954, the attorneys at Rosenn Jenkins & Greenwald, LLP have been dedicated to helping businesses in our community grow and prosper.
In our real estate department, we guide commercial property clients through the complexities of buying, selling and leasing … Read more
If a property’s real estate taxes are not paid, it may be sold by the county at a tax sale. The first time a property with delinquent tax payments is scheduled for tax sale is at the Upset Tax Sale, … Read more
Congratulations to our own Garry Taroli on joining the Maternal and Family Health Services board of directors. MFHS is a nonprofit organization that addresses health and nutrition needs among the region’s women, children and families.
Garry is a Partner in … Read more
On March 29, 2021, the U.S. Center for Disease Control once again extended its eviction moratorium through June 30, 2021. The moratorium was set to expire on March 31.
Residential evictions for the nonpayment of rent or holdover of a … Read more
Our own Jack Zelinka recently participated in Wills for Heroes, a program sponsored by the Wilkes-Barre Law and Library Association. As part of the program, Jack met with military veterans, first responders and their spouses and drafted wills and other … Read more
Congratulations to our own Garry Taroli, who, in his capacity as a Specially Appointed Assistant District Attorney, successfully prosecuted an animal cruelty case involving the starvation of a horse named Duchess that was seized and rescued by Humane Police Officers … Read more
If your business is considering renting a space, or if you are considering leasing property that you own to a business, it is important to have a good commercial lease in place in order to protect your interests. Relying on … Read more
There is no doubt that the coronavirus has caused severe economic pain and anxiety to both individuals and businesses throughout Pennsylvania. Unfortunately, many financial experts believe that these current economic conditions will cause many businesses to default on their financial … Read more