Michael E. Camporeale

Associate

P 212.216.1162   F 212.216.8001

 

Michael E. Camporeale

Associate

P 212.216.1162   F 212.216.8001    mcamporeale@tarterkrinsky.com

As an associate in the Construction and Real Estate practices, Michael Camporeale works with a broad range of clients, including developers, real estate owners and investors on matters related to the acquisition, development and sale of real estate, including drafting and negotiating purchase and sale agreements as well as joint venture agreements.

He also represents clients in construction matters, including zoning, land use and building code related matters. He advises developers and real estate owners in regulatory matters and litigation involving real estate and commercial disputes, including contractual disputes, commercial and residential landlord tenant disputes, and construction litigation. In addition, he counsels commercial real estate owners in summary dispossess proceedings.

As a litigator, Michael has trial experience in the New York State Supreme Court, New York State Surrogate's Court, New York City Civil Court and the First Judicial District of Santa Fe, New Mexico. He also represents executors, administrators and beneficiaries in estate related disputes focusing on real property.

Prior to joining Tarter Krinsky & Drogin, Michael was an associate at Locke Lord LLP.

Representative Matters:

  • Represented the seller in the sale of a 50-unit apartment building located in Prospect Park, Brooklyn.
  • Represented foreign fund in negotiation of several joint venture agreements for real estate acquisitions in New York City, Chicago and Philadelphia as equity participant where capital investments and commitments totaled over $100 million.
  • Successfully represented an executor of an estate in defending against allegations of breach of fiduciary obligations and termination of appointment relating to management of prominent real estate assets in New York City.
  • Represented a commercial landlord in New York State Supreme Court action to "pierce the corporate veil" against defaulting party's principal.
  • In a matter tracked by the New York Daily News and the New York Post, Michael opposed a request for injunctive relief against a real estate developer by a party seeking to unwind a multi-million dollar sale of real estate.
Education
  • Hofstra University School of Law, J.D. 2009
  • St. John’s University, B.A. 2005
Admissions
  • New York
Memberships
  • New York State Bar Association
  • New York County Lawyers’ Association

What’s on my iPod:
Runs the gamut between hip-hop, country

Favorite sport team:
NY Giants

Favorite movie/TV character:
Shawshank Redemption

Favorite vacation spot:
Aruba

Education
  • Hofstra University School of Law, J.D. 2009
  • St. John’s University, B.A. 2005
Admissions
  • New York
Memberships
  • New York State Bar Association
  • New York County Lawyers’ Association