News & Insights

When Is A Stranger Not A Stranger?

INSIGHTS | By: | October 15, 2021

In a landmark decision from the Appellate Division Second Department, Partner, Christopher Kelley achieved a winning result for our client establishing in a case of first impression who really is a “stranger” when considering the “Stranger To The Deed rule.”  The...

Twomey Latham Welcomes Associate Martha F. Reichert

NEWS | October 30, 2020

Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP has announced that Martha Reichert has joined the Firm as an Associate. Ms. Reichert concentrates her practice in real estate and land use. She has extensive experience appearing before municipal and regulatory...

Southold Landlords Best Beware of The Town’s New Rental Permit Requirement

INSIGHTS | By: | January 28, 2019

Three years after its adoption of legislation banning short-term rentals in Southold, and after extensive review and revision to address public concerns, the town board adopted a new Rental Permit Code at its December 18, 2018 meeting.  The ban on renting homes for...