Author Archives: Bart Eagle

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About Bart Eagle

Bart Eagle is an attorney concentrating in commercial law, litigation & mediation, and principal at Law Offices of Bart J. Eagle, PLLC in New York.
EMAIL: bje@barteaglelaw.com
BIO: About Bart
PHONE: 212.586.0052

Co-op & Condo Mediation is a Smart, Speedy, and Cost-Effective Way to Resolve Disputes
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Co-op & Condo Mediation is a Smart, Speedy, and Cost-Effective Way to Resolve Disputes | Bart Eagle

{4:30 minutes to read} For those living vertically in the city, there are many benefits – snow removal, maintenance, having someone to accept packages, and the proximity to great restaurants, theater, museums and music. There can also be many little annoyances, such as:

  • A neighbor playing music too loud;
  • Kids running around in the apartment above;
  • Cigarette or cigar smoke that sifts into one’s apartment;
  • Neighbors practicing the piano until all hours of the night; or
  • Neighbors who leave skateboards and other personal items in common hallways.

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Start Your New Business on the Right Foot: A Handshake Isn’t Sufficient!
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Start Your New Business on the Right Foot: A Handshake Isn’t Sufficient! | Bart Eagle

{5:45 minutes to read} Have you ever heard about the friends who went into business together, with great ideas, the best of intentions, and warm feeling for one another, only to have everything dissolve, leaving them with nothing but bitter feelings? If they had given more thought to their future business relationship and had the proper agreement drafted, could things have worked out differently?

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Lawyers & Clients: Build a Blooming Relationship
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Lawyers & Clients: Build a Blooming Relationship | Bart Eagle

{2:40 minutes to read} When a client first seeks an attorney for advice in deciding whether to pursue a claim or settle one brought by another, the relationship that is established at the outset and decisions made early on can have a significant impact on the ultimate outcome of the matter. It is the client who has knowledge of the facts and best understands his needs and interests; it is the attorney who has knowledge of the law, which is essential to helping the client achieve the best results.

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Commercial Division in New York County Supreme Court Launches Mandatory Mediation Pilot Project
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Commercial Division in New York County Supreme Court Launches Mandatory Mediation Pilot Project | Bart Eagle

{Read in 4:30 minutes} Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) process in which adversarial parties engage in a negotiation with the goal of trying to arrive at a settlement acceptable to both sides. Mediation, at its most simplified, is a facilitated negotiation with a trained neutral mediator, who helps the parties identify and address the issues in dispute and helps them arrive at a mutually acceptable resolution. The mediator does not make decisions or issue rulings and the parties are free to choose to settle or not to settle. In fact, they can settle all of a case or only part of a case.

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Solving Financial Mysteries with Forensic Accounting
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Solving Financial Mysteries with Forensic Accounting | Bart Eagle

{3:40 to read} To most effectively represent the client, a smart attorney will often times call upon a forensic accountant to assist him in analyzing and preparing a case. By working in tandem with an expert, the attorney can provide the client with an assessment of the case’s strengths and weaknesses as well as its value at the outset. This allows the client to make intelligent and cost-effective decisions early on.

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