Katharine Coffey and Christopher John Stracco wrote an article, "Discovery Rule Resurrects Fraud Claim On NJ Property Sale," for Law360. The article is about the Superior Court, Appellate Division’s precedential decision in Catena v. Raytheon Company, et al., Docket No.: A-4636-13T4. The Appellate Division's decision here reinforces the equitable nature of the discovery rule in New Jersey jurisprudence. The court concluded that under the circumstances, the plaintiff's initial discovery of contamination to his property in Teterboro, New Jersey in 1998 did not constitute discovery and that the prior owner concealed knowledge of the contamination and the attempt at subsequent cleanup. The court emphasized that the discovery rule "is designed to avoid harsh results that otherwise would flow from mechanical application of a statute of limitations." In the context of fraud especially, "the victim's lack of awareness of the fraud is the wrongdoer's very object. The rule thus prevents the defendant from benefiting from his own deceit."
Day Pitney Real Estate Partner Daniel Diaz Leyva was featured in The St. Pete Catalyst article, "Tyrone Square Mall Retail Center Sells in $37M+ Deal." Diaz Leyva facilitated the closing of a $16.5 million acquisition loan in connection with the sale.
Indigo Properties and Linkvest Capital announced the acquisition of an eight-acre development site located at N.W. 138th Street and N.W. 107th Avenue in Hialeah Gardens, FL for approximately $5.83 million.
On August 23, Indigo Properties and Linkvest Capital announced the acquisition of an eight-acre development site located at N.W. 138th Street and N.W. 107th Avenue in Hialeah Gardens, FL for approximately $5.83 million.