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OUR EXPERIENCE

For over 35 years, we have helped hundreds of property owners, real estate developers, and managing agents navigate legal issues in New York City.

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Depend on us to get deals done, resolve disputes, and comply with local regulations.

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We are a highly respected Manhattan law firm serving New York City’s five boroughs, as well as Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester Counties. The firm’s practice focuses on real estate matters, administrative law, commercial transactions, contract negotiation, litigation, employment law, corporate, partnership and limited liability company law, bankruptcy, intellectual property, construction law, and complex civil actions.

Administrative Law

Rent Regulation/DHCR • Overcharge Complaints • Services Complaints • Rent Registration • Loft Law • Certificates of No Harassment

Business & Transaction

Bankruptcy • Enforcement of Judgments Condo/Coop Representation • Leasing LLC/Corporate Formation

Litigation

Real Estate • Co-op/Condo Foreclosures
Loft Law/OATH Hearings • Art Law
Bankruptcy

Landlord/Tenant Disputes

Non-payment of Rent • Non-primary Residence • Illegal Alteration • Owner’s Use • Nuisance

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Firm News

Guidance Issued for Upcoming Eviction Cases

New York Civil Court Administrative Judge Anthony Cannataro issued three notices on Friday regarding Gov. Cuomo's latest executive order. The order prohibits nonpayment evictions against "someone that is eligible for unemployment insurance or benefits" or a...

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Pending Eviction Cases are Going Virtual

This week, the New York City Housing Court began taking up qualifying cases in virtual settlement conferences. According to Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence K. Marks, eligible cases must have commenced before the pandemic, and both parties must have counsel. While...

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