December 30, 2020 – New York Business Journal reported that Related Companies filed an emergency affirmation to collect $5.3 million in back rent from Hugo Boss and approximately $700,000 in monthly rent for the retailer’s store at The Shops at Columbus Circle, which has been shut down for six months due to state-mandated COVID relief measures. DHC’s Commercial Litigation Partner William H. Mack who represents Hugo Boss, called the request an “improper, frivolous pre-holiday stunt.” A New York Supreme Court Judge denied Related’s request for in back rent from Hugo Boss.
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