In her Western District Roundup column, Sharon M. Porcellio of Bond, Schoeneck & King, discusses two recently decided cases with novel issues of law. In one, the Bankruptcy Court addressed an issue of first impression under New York law about whether the refinancing of the marital home resulted in a charging lien. In another, after two favorable challenges to casino gambling in Buffalo, essentially the same group of plaintiffs lost their third round through statutory construction.
Buffalo Casino Decision Highlights Intricacies of Gaming Law
New York Law Journal
October 25, 2013