BB&D will represent the St. Louis County Port Authority in a lawsuit filed by Joshua Media Ministries International (JMMI) against St. Louis County, the St. Louis County Port Authority, and others. JMMI is challenging St. Louis County Port Authority’s acquisition of certain property that was part of the former Jamestown Mall. By: Robert D. Blitz, […]
On May 11, 2017, BB&D member Marc Ellinger spoke at the International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL) Spring Conference in Miami, Florida. Ellinger spoke as part of a panel titled “The Effects of the 2016 Elections and Emerging Trends facing Gaming in the United States.” The panel address focused on the implications for the U.S. gaming […]
In situations where commercial borrowers (developers, businesses, etc.) are in default on a promissory note, the lender may offer to enter into a “forbearance agreement” or some other form of deferment agreement with the borrower. These are often presented by the lender as a generous concession on their part in order to give the borrower additional time to try to work its way out of the problem.
A high-profile state audit of Transportation Development Districts (TDDs) could mean big changes for this frequently-used economic development tool. Developers, property owners and businesses should take steps to ensure compliance with current law and prepare for uncertainty in the wake of calls for a “total overhaul” of the TDD law.