Eisenberg Retter Schreiber Pollak Families’ Property List Update includes Manhattan, Queens, and New Jersey

Ownership of all properties remains within the families of the four sisters, while Mary Schreiber is listed as Head Officer and Richard Eisenberg is listed as Officer of the Manhattan and Queens real estate. The updated list now includes their following properties, mostly managed by Ari Paul under RCR Management LLC at 155 Riverside Drive, New York, NY 10024:

Manhattan:
Regina Estates at 100 West 86th Street, 85 Columbus Corp at 101 West 85th Street, Embel Realty at 102 West 86th Street, Ennismore Apartments, Inc at 120 West 79th Street, Riverside Syndicate, Inc at 155 Riverside Drive, Bedford Apartments Co, LLC at 166 West 86th Street, Regina Metropolitan Co, LLC at 21 West 96th Street, West 88 Street, LLC at 205 West 88th Street, Georgia Properties, Inc at 275 Central Park West, Oxford Towers, LLC at 280 Riverside Drive, 290 Riverside Co at 290 Riverside Drive, 305 Riverside Co at 305 Riverside Drive, Tulip Apartments at 412 West 110th Street, Mayflower Development Corp at 425 Riverside Drive, Hitchcock Plaza, Inc at 610 Amsterdam Avenue, Kent Equities at 760 Amsterdam Avenue, Atlantic Realty Apts, LLC at 900 West End Avenue, and West 122nd Street LLC at 515 West 122nd Street and 521 West 122nd Street. Most Manhattan properties are registered with HPD with Ari Paul as managing agent.

Queens:
Neilson Gardens Inc at 1014 Neilson Street, Far Rockaway, ABK Apts Inc at 209-30 43 Avenue, Bayside, WPH Apts Inc at 211-01 42 Avenue, Bayside, SHR Apts Inc at 42-11 Corporal Kennedy Street,
42-41 Corporal Kennedy Street, 210-01 43 Avenue, and 210-02 42 Avenue, Bayside, Arizona Holding Corp at 84-50 Austin Street, and Braddock Garden Apts. Inc at 89-39 221st Place and 221-35 90 Avenue, Queens Village. Queens properties display HPD registration of Ohad Badani, RCR Management as managing agent.

New Jersey:
Dumont Terrace Apartments Inc at 110 Dulles Drive, Dumont, Marble Court Apts LLC at 121 Ayers Court, Teaneck, Elmwood Terrace Inc at 216 14th Ave, Elmwood, Sunnyside Village Inc at 216 N 4th Street, Vineland, Franklin Gardens Inc at 257 7th Street Clifton, Eldorado Village LLC at 302 High Street, Fairlawn, Glenwood Plaza Inc at 42 Elmwood Terrace, Elmwood Park, Maybrook Gardens Inc at 6 Maywood Drive, Maywood, Rosen Terrace Inc at 8900 Blvd East, North Bergen, and Jefferson Gardens Inc at 90 Day Street, Clifton.

The additions have been added to the Property Profiles page.   More detailed research is on the way, including Brooklyn.

Special thanks to Lovely Rita.

Google Legal Opinions Research of Court Case Decisions

As an option of the Google Scholar tool (a search portal for scholarly literature), there is now a separate search function option which taps into an indexed collection of millions of freely available legal decisions provided by Google and other Web sites.

It is interesting to view cases related to properties held by the Chiel Rosenblatt Family Trust (and managed in most cases by Ari Paul of RCR Management LLC) “DBAs (Doing Business As)” LLCs. For example, here are the results pages for searching on “Georgia Properties”, “Riverside Syndicate”, and  “Mayflower Development”. Of special interest are the cases involving a real estate broker “Rita Citrin” who has rented many of their apartments and whose creative legal malpractice lawsuit is described on the NY Attorney Malpractice blog as she instantly morphed from defendant in one case to plaintiff vs. her former counsel immediately after a stipulation in the first case. There are cases of a few attorneys they employ such as “Horing Welikson”, “Fleishell”, and “Kucker & Bruh” . Using quotes around the words narrows down the search results relevancy. Trying variations of the DBA names such as dropping the LLC is worth experimenting with as well. Don’t forget to click on the legal opinions radio button first, as seen in the picture at the end of this post.

The tool is intended to make critical legal opinions more accessible and understandable for ordinary people curious about the decisions that shape and clarify the law of the land. From the Google Scholar home page, users can enter the name of a case, its number or a key phrase, like “primary residence holdover” or “luxury deregulation”, dhcr, +dhcr +mci, +dhcr +mbr (both without quotes) and retrieve a list of results that include the full text of the decision from all available sources.

While Google offers links out to other sites like Justia or LII, it also provides its own copies of decisions. Within those decisions, Google’s tools find any mention of other cases and statutes and provides hyperlinks that take users directly to cited decisions. Advanced search options also allow users to return only results from federal courts or from any selected state courts. Users can also opt to return decisions written within a particular date range.

Each result lists how many times that particular case has been cited in other decisions. By clicking on the “How Cited” button next to the case title, users can view a list of excerpts from other decisions where that case is cited, as well as links to those and similar opinions, as determined by Google search algorithms that connect cases based on topic and related citations. The tool also taps into a collection of legal journals available through Google Scholar. Depending on access restrictions, users can either view a passage or full article.

For legal professionals, it also provides a new option for finding legal documents when case titles or citations aren’t readily available and drawing connections between cases and how they are employed in subsequent opinions. How often cases are updated varies from court to court, as Google Scholar is still in beta, but Google is collecting feedback from users to fine-tune the functionality and explore new features to improve the service, which might eventually displace some of the high-end paid providers like Lexis and Westlaw.

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