COVID-19: The Impact On Real Estate, Commercial Litigation And Title Insurance

The coronavirus is having an impact on the different legal subject areas that Steeg Law handles. To help keep our clients and friends informed on how COVID-19 could affect you … More»

State and Local Incentives for Real Estate Projects

As we start to see indicators of slower growth, and in turn, a softer real estate market, it may become increasingly difficult for developers to demonstrate project viability to lenders … More»

Robert M. Steeg Quoted in a New Orleans Advocate Article on a Stalled Condo Project

Managing Partner, Robert M. Steeg, was quoted in The New Orleans Advocate in the article, “Lake Vista condo project in New Orleans, once seen as a boon for neighbors, stalls … More»

Historic Tax Credits: The Benefits, Process and Economic Impact

To a real estate developer, Federal Historic Tax Credits (HTC) are analogous to the exceptional bread Casamento’s or Domilise’s uses for their oyster po-boys and roast beef sandwiches. It is … More»

The Short-Term Rental Saga in New Orleans Continues to Unfold

As Steeg Law has previously covered, the New Orleans City Council approved a new and comprehensive set of short-term rental regulations back in October 2016. Those new regulations went into effect … More»

Steeg Law Handles Condominium Conversion for 731 St. Charles

Steeg Law is pleased to announce that the firm is handling the condominium conversion for the new 731 St. Charles Condominiums. The project, which is currently under construction, is located … More»

From Single-Family Homes to Condos, the Regulations for Short-Term Rentals in New Orleans

Lately, short-term rentals have been a hot-button issue not just in New Orleans, but worldwide. Recently, the government of Singapore ruled that short-term rentals of less than six months were … More»

New Laws That Affect Your Business: 2016 Louisiana Legislative Update

The 2016 Louisiana Legislative Session, which began on March 14, 2016 and closed on June 6, 2016, resulted in the House filing 1,167 bills and the Senate filing 477. We … More»

Real Estate Markets and the Recovery: 10 Years Later and Beyond

Associate Zachary Rosenberg recently attended the 5th Annual Economic & Real Estate Forecast Symposium sponsored by Commercial Investment Division (CID), New Orleans Metropolitan Association of Realtors (NOMAR), and the Louisiana … More»

New Orleans Condo Market Provides Opportunities for Sellers and Developers

As reported in NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune article, “Will more real estate developers pick condos in New Orleans?” (see below), New Orleans is experiencing a boom in the condominium market … More»

Steeg Law Recent Transactions: Helping Our Clients Make Business Happen

Recent transactions Steeg Law attorneys have handled. How can we help you make business happen? Obtained summary judgment in favor of owner of large tract of land in Plaquemines Parish … More»

Recent Transactions: Helping Our Clients Make Business Happen

Recent transactions Steeg Law attorneys have handled. How can we help you make business happen? Served as local counsel for the buyer of an apartment complex in New Orleans Acted … More»

Condo Association Guide to Managing Requests for Reasonable Accommodations for Assistance Animals

Condominium associations often implement rules which prohibit pets on the condominium property or limit the number, size or breed of pets permitted on the property. What many condo associations may … More»

How to Police Utility Use When Your HOA is Paying the Bill

Partner Randy Opotowsky, who has represented developers of a number of the major condominium projects in the New Orleans area, was recently interviewed for a series of articles by HOALeader.com, … More»

Recent Transactions: Helping Our Clients Make Business Happen

Recent transactions Steeg Law attorneys have handled. How can we help you make business happen? Successfully obtained dismissal of lawsuit against client in case seeking dissolution of entity holding title … More»

What Are the Limits on Employing Your HOA’s Reserve Funds?

Partner Randy Opotowsky, who has represented developers of a number of the major condominium projects in the New Orleans area, was recently interviewed for a series of articles by HOALeader.com, … More»

The Top Seven Reasons an HOA Gets Sued

Partner Randy Opotowsky, who has represented developers of a number of the major condominium projects in the New Orleans area, was recently interviewed for a series of articles by HOALeader.com, … More»

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Condo Associations, Unit Owners and their Insurers

By Randy Opotowsky, Partner Hurricane Isaac rained down on the Greater New Orleans area almost seven years to the day of Hurricane Katrina. Will there now be another tidal wave … More»

Unanimous Consent of All Unit Owners Required to Re-designate Common Elements

In Louisiana, a recent case highlights the unique challenges in operating condominium regimes, which often require participation and cooperation from the individual unit owners. Cusimano v. Port Esplanade Condominium Ass’n., … More»

Collection Tools for Condominium Homeowners Associations

By Randy Opotowsky Partner, Randy Opotowsky, a highly experienced commercial and residential real estate attorney, who has represented developers of a number of the major condominium projects in the New Orleans … More»

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