“My clients know I am an aggressive litigator capable of finding novel and creative solutions to the most intractable problems faced by owners and landlords in New York City.”


New York Law School
Juris Doctor
University of Chicago – History
Bachelor of Arts
Master of Arts


New York State
Southern District of New York
Eastern District of New York

Robert is a Partner who litigates a wide range of real estate matters, including: commercial and residential landlord-tenant proceedings; OATH (Loft Law); Supreme Court actions (ejectment, RPAPL 881, adverse possession, quiet title, deed fraud, fraudulent conveyance, real estate partnership disputes and dissolutions, rescission, breach of contract / guaranty); arbitrations and Article 75 confirmations; Federal Court actions (Fair Housing Act, Americans with Disabilities Act); and appeals at the Appellate Term, Appellate Division, New York Court of Appeals, and Second Circuit. Trained as an historian at the University of Chicago, his fact-specific, detail-oriented approach, coupled with his trial experience and incisive application of the law, enables him to find and exploit opportunities overlooked or dismissed by others.