Articles & Events
New York Civil Engineering and Surveying Land Law
A practical, one-day program where you will learn about New York State Real Estate Law, including boundary disputes; land use laws and land development projects; evaluate easements; understand the rules and regulations that apply to contaminated sites; and explore eminent domain and the condemnation process.
Find it Free and Fast on the Net: Strategies for Legal Research on the Web
Harness the Many Uses of the Internet, Peter Klose will be one of several presenters of this topic in Poughkeepsie, New York. Learn how to harness the power of the internet. To keep the pace, you need streamlined research skills that will make the internet an asset rather than a liability for your firm. How do your skills stack up? Do you know the best, most efficient ways to get what you need? At this informative seminar, we can show you how to harness the internet as an excellent resource.
Peter Klose: Row, row, row the boat
Peter Klose was recently featured in the Profits and Passions column of the Westchester County Business Journal known as HVBIZ.biz for his work on his not for profit passion at the River Rowing Association, Inc.
Attached is a form issued by the Dutchess County Supreme Court Referee for use by people trying to prepare a package for the bank to negotiate a mortgage reinstatement or modification. You should use this form when working with your attorney during the mandated mediation for foreclosure matters in New York.
Peter Klose's Appearance on “Spotlight on Success-- Rockland World Radio”
Mr. Klose converses with a local radio host about the challenges of practicing hometown law, including the inspirations, the highlights, and the pleasure of working with local non-profits, real estate, business, and general practice clients in Rockland, Dutchess, Westchester, and the surrounding New York metropolitan area.
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