Larry Schnapf is environmental attorney whose practice concentrates on environmental risk management in business, financing and commercial real estate transactions. His client include brownfield developers; real estate lenders; real estate investment trusts; lenders involved in asset-based loans, participations, and securitizations; mezzaine financer's, distressed debt purchasers, creditors and debtors in bankruptcy sales workouts, affordable housing developers and community-based organizations. He has particular expertise on structuring and evaluating environmental risk assessments based on particular risk tolerance of clients, advising on compliance with ASTM E1527 and vapor intrusion, and negotiating resolutions to environment liabilies under environmental laws. Larry is also a professor of environmental law at New York Law School
|Entry||Example of Express Reliance Letter||0||6677||LSchnapf||August 17, 2009|
|Entry||Class Action Lawsuit for Radon Mitigation Systems||0||2786||LSchnapf||June 28, 2011|
|Entry||Lender Liability and Post-Foreclosure||0||2013||LSchnapf||May 26, 2009|
|Entry||ALTA Revises Environmental Lien Endorsements For Title...||0||2010||LSchnapf||July 6, 2009|
|Entry||Lender Liability and Foreclosures||0||1798||LSchnapf||May 26, 2009|
|Entry||Court Dismisses Investor Claims for Inadequate LBP...||0||1790||LSchnapf||February 11, 2010|
|Entry||FTC Issues "Greenwashing" Warning Letter to 78...||0||1251||LSchnapf||February 4, 2010|
|Entry||Lenders Subject to Stormwater and Dust Enforcement Actions||0||1208||LSchnapf||July 15, 2009|
|Entry||Bank Liability For Non-Disclosure of Phase 1||0||1170||LSchnapf||August 21, 2009|
|Entry||Will Deepwater Horizon Result in CERCLA Liability?||0||973||LSchnapf||July 26, 2010|
|Entry||Flawed CREC Definition Complicating Due Diligence||3||379||PREL1407_Schnapf.pdf||LSchnapf||February 5, 2015|
|Entry||Dry Cleaners: The Environmental Scourge of Commercial Real...||5.0||1||382||LSchnapf||February 4, 2015|
|Entry||Coalition To Seek AAI Amendment||5||255||LSchnapf||September 17, 2014|
|Entry||9th Circuit Affirms Judgment For Homehowners in Maryland...||1||107||LSchnapf||March 26, 2014|
|Entry||EPA Approves ASTM E1527-13 But Worst Fears of Consultants...||2||354||LSchnapf||March 26, 2014|
|Entry||Should Consultants Use E1527-13 Before EPA Recognition?||1||201||LSchnapf||November 15, 2013|
|Entry||Environmental Risk Has More Prominent Role in Revised OCC...||1||225||LSchnapf||September 5, 2013|
|Entry||Consultant Sued for Failing to Discover Dry Wells and Review...||2||555||LSchnapf||July 22, 2013|
|Entry||CMBS Special Servicer May Enforce Env Indemnity Without...||1||266||LSchnapf||April 17, 2013|
|Entry||District Court Adopts Exceedingly Narrow View of CERCLA...||2||341||LSchnapf||October 6, 2012|
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