Ray Mellon Speaks on License Agreements Between Adjoining Property Owners at ASCE Program
Zetlin & De Chiara Senior Partner Ray Mellon will serve as a speaker at the “Matching Existing Buildings to Earlier Codes” program, hosted by the American Society of Civil Engineers - ASCE Metropolitan Section on May 7 at Con Edison Headquarters, along with Timothy D. Lynch, PE, Assistant Commissioner for Investigative Engineering Services, NYC Department of Buildings.
The program will cover the complexities of construction within New York City's dense urban environment. Ray Mellon will discuss the scope of license agreements between adjoining property owners, as well as the legal remedies available when agreements cannot be reached. Timothy Lynch will give a directional review of the 1899, 1938, 1968, 2008 building codes and discuss technical provisions that apply to buildings of past vintages.
For more about the program and to register, you can access additional information here.
Raymond T. Mellon, a Senior Partner of Zetlin & De Chiara LLP, is a leading construction litigator with extensive experience representing both developers and property owners in the myriad of issues that must be addressed prior to the start of any construction project, including negotiating and executing comprehensive license agreements. He also has significant background in representing prominent architectural, engineering and contracting firms on business negotiations and in litigation. In addition to actively consulting with clients on general business matters, construction contract drafting and negotiation, and risk management strategies, Ray has successfully represented many design professionals in disciplinary and licensing proceedings before the City and State of New York. Ray is consistently recognized by Best Lawyers and New York Metro Super Lawyers for construction law.