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Massimo F. D'Angelo, Esq.

Akerman LLP



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Massimo F. D’Angelo focuses his practice on real estate litigation and transactional work. Massimo represents condominium and cooperative boards on matters related to general corporate governance and he serves as lead trial counsel for boards and developers on construction defect cases. He regularly represents commercial and residential landlords in connection with complex real estate litigation matters, and advises clients in connection with real estate administrative and environmental proceedings. He has extensive experience in conducting trials and arguing appeals in both state and federal court.

 

He also has experience with litigation of sophisticated commercial lease issues and landlord-tenant matters, and has negotiated numerous high value settlements on behalf of his clients.

Massimo is fluent in Italian and conversant in French and Spanish.

 

 

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Upcoming Webcasts:

11/30/2020

Paying the Piper: PPP and Related COVID and CARES ACT Enforcement
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12/01/2020

Communication Techniques to Overcome Gender Bias in the Legal Profession
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12/01/2020

Force Majeure Lease Provisions and Covid-19 Related Relief: More Power to the Tenants?
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12/01/2020

Helping Diverse Attorneys Thrive: Tips from In-House Counsel and Outside Counsel
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12/02/2020

The World Turned Upside Down: How the Pandemic Has Permanently Transformed the Legal Industry
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12/03/2020

Problems and Challenges in Federal Criminal Trial Practice Resulting From COVID-19
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12/03/2020

Where Can We Be Sued? The Evolving Landscape of Personal Jurisdiction
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12/04/2020

Handling Death Cases in New York
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12/08/2020

Federal Employment Taxes: Civil & Criminal Enforcement Trends
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12/08/2020

Overcoming Fintiv: Obtaining Institution Decisions From the PTAB in This New Age of Discretion
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