Nov. 30, 2020 – Since the arrival of the novel coronavirus, New York has taken extraordinary precautions to help keep renters in their homes. But what has been done to help the state’s landlords, how much trouble are they in as the pandemic stretches on and should New Yorkers care? We’re getting answers from Jaime Michelle Cain, a partner in Boylan Code’s real estate department and board member for the New York Capital Region Apartment Association.