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The Real Deal this month reported on eight lawsuits commenced by KMWB Partner Joseph Goldsmith against HPD by landlords who argue that a city program improperly forces them to prove their tenants were not harassed, or to set aside apartments for low-income residents,...
Nativ Winiarsky’s article on recent Appellate Division win concerning transient occupants prominently featured in New York Real Estate Law Reporter
The September, 2022 newsletter published by the New York Real Estate Law Reporter features as its lead article an article penned by KMWB Senior Litigation Partner Nativ Winiarsky discussing a recent win at the Appellate Division Second Department. The Decision in a...
On August 31, 2022, the DHCR proposed changes to various sections of the Rent Stabilization Code. While we will have a summary of those changes for you in the coming days, we thought it worthwhile to tell you immediately about the proposed additions to the Code that...