“Successfully representing my client’s interests depends, not only on staying up to date with legal decisions, but with industry trends in my practice areas. Having this knowledge means that I can anticipate my client’s needs and litigate aggressively on their behalf. Understanding their world allows me to be successful on their behalf.”


Fordham University School of Law
Juris Doctor
New York University Stern School of Business
Bachelor of Science


New York State Courts
Supreme Court of the United States

Nativ is a Partner at Kucker Marino Winiarsky & Bittens, LLP. He is a senior attorney whose legal practice is concentrated on the practice areas of complex State Supreme Court and commercial landlord-tenant litigation. He has litigated countless trials, jury and non-jury, before various forums throughout the state. Nativ has been in the forefront of groundbreaking law that has greatly assisted landlords throughout the city, has argued motions and has participated in multiple and various appeals in both the state and federal level. Furthermore, he has written various articles in numerous legal journals and is a regular contributor to the New York Law Journal. With an established reputation as an extremely competent and aggressive litigator, Nativ has quickly risen to prominence in the high-stakes litigation arena.

A decision from the Court of Appeals, the highest court in the state, on whether to apply the 2019 rent law to pending cases could lead to many more cases coming back from the dead. Watch Nativ’s argument here.

Nativ’s latest New York Law Journal publication can be read here.

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