Laurie A. Stanziale is a Partner in the Construction Practice. She represents domestic and international developers and owners, major construction companies, trade contractors, architects, engineers and consultants. As a business partner, she guides clients in all phases of construction law including the preparation and negotiation of:
Laurie prosecutes and defends construction claims in state and federal courts.
Her diverse construction and licensing experience includes:
Prior to joining Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP, Laurie was a partner at Greenberg, Trager & Herbst LLP.
What I do when not practicing law:
Run and cook
Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of Lusitania
Favorite vacation spot:
Any place on the Mediterranean Sea in August
On April 13, 2017, the Appellate Division, First Department affirmed the August 2016 decision of the New York County Supreme Court in which TKD secured a victory on behalf of our client, 152 W. 58th Owners Corp., where our client was awarded license fees for access by the petitioner, as well as reimbursement of our client’s engineering and legal fees and a per diem penalty of $500 if the work was not completed during the court-ordered license term.
In honor of Women’s History Month, we recognize the outstanding women of Tarter Krinsky & Drogin. They bring tremendous value to our firm, our clients, our profession and our community. In this installment, learn more about construction partner Laurie Stanziale.
Construction partner Laurie Stanziale was honored as a Pioneering Woman in Real Estate by Sokol Media last night. Laurie is one of just 10 women who was honored, and she was the only private practice lawyer among the honorees. Laurie was recognized for her achievements in construction law, where she represents domestic and international developers and owners, major construction companies, trade contractors, architects, engineers and consultants.
Bisnow recently featured an article on key concepts on the New York real estate market that emerged from the Anchin Construction & Development Forum. Tarter Krinsky & Drogin had a strong showing at this year’s Anchin Forum, with Construction chair David Pfeffer and partner Laurie Stanziale moderating panels.
Construction Group partner Laurie Stanziale and Cooperative and Condominium chair Steve Troup published an article for Law360 on “What to Know About Licensing Agreements With Neighbors.”
Intellectual Property partner Amy Goldsmith and Construction partner Laurie Stanziale wrote, “Whose Line, Drawing Or Plan Is It Anyway?" which was part 2 of a two-part article for Law360. The article addresses owner-architect agreements and instruments of service for the parties to set forth rights and obligations.
Intellectual Property partner Amy Goldsmith and Construction partner Laurie Stanziale wrote “Whose Line, Drawing Or Plan Is It Anyway?”, which is part 1 of a two-part article, for Law360.
Laurie Stanziale and Amy Goldsmith authored “Classic or chaotic, copyrighting architectural works is an art form” for Real Estate Weekly.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP is pleased to welcome Laurie A. Stanziale as a Partner in the Construction Practice.
Construction partner Laurie Stanziale moderated the Downtown Brooklyn panel at Bisnow’s Brooklyn’s Hottest Projects and Neighborhoods event.
On February 21, Construction partner Laurie Stanziale will present a National Law Institute CLE program titled, “Welcome to the Neighborhood: The Importance of Getting to Know Your Neighbors When Doing Construction.”
Construction Group partner Laurie Stanziale will moderate a panel of leaders in the construction field that will explore the outlook for redevelopment of existing buildings as well as best practices in the redevelopment and reconstruction of these structures.
Laurie Stanziale led the National Law Institute’s program, "Welcome to the Neighborhood: The Importance of Getting to Know Your Neighbors When Doing Construction."
While each year there are reports and statistics regarding the annual number of construction accidents and fatalities in New York City, 2016 will likely be remembered as the year when a construction accident could, and did, lead to criminal charges and convictions of construction companies and individual supervisors.
In September 2016, the Appellate Division, First Department decided a case that has significant ramifications on insurance coverage on construction projects between construction managers and contractors.
The New York City Department of Buildings ("DOB") made significant changes to the New York City Building Code (the "Code") in its 2014 version.
The days of unions having a firm, if not solitary, hold on construction in New York City have begun to wane.
The Courts of New York County and the First Department have historically been silent regarding, or overly against, awards of license fees and attorney's fees for Respondents in connection with RPAPL §881 actions.