Bloomberg Law
Jan. 8, 2021, 10:31 AM

Leading Questions: Kramer Levin Real Estate Chair Jay Neveloff

Mary Ellen Egan
Mary Ellen Egan
Special Correspondent

Lawyers are great at asking questions, but how are they at answering them? Bloomberg Law is talking with lawyers and other legal industry players at the top of their fields to find out what makes them tick, what challenges they face, and how they do what they do.

Jay Neveloff, the chair of Kramer Levin’s 59-lawyer real estate practice, says coronavirus-related remote work has not been the death knell for attorneys in his line of business that some feared it might be.

While the real estate market has been especially hard hit by the pandemic, Neveloff says that the ...

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