Tarter Krinsky & Drogin represents clients in commercial landlord-tenant lease disputes and possessory disputes, including litigation. We litigate summary dispossess proceedings in the Commercial Landlord-Tenant Part of the New York City Civil Court and the District Court of Nassau County. We also represent clients in plenary proceedings and declaratory judgment actions in the New York State Supreme Court, and landlords (as creditors) in Bankruptcy Court.
Landlord-tenant matters handled by Tarter Krinsky & Drogin include:
We handle these matters from the beginning stage of a dispute, including assisting with the preparation of all predicate notices (notices to cure, notices of termination, and rent demands), through trials and appeals.
When needed, our group draws upon the resources of our real estate, litigation, bankruptcy, administrative law and construction attorneys. Given the firm’s extensive experience in the drafting and negotiation of commercial leases, we are able to quickly interpret and assess issues from the inception of a dispute. We also often manage to resolve matters without the need for litigation.
|Bernstein, Debra Bodian Partner||Partner||212.216.8027|
|Krinsky, Andrew N. Partner and Chair of Litigation Practice||Partner and Chair of Litigation Practice||212.216.8080|
|Torsiello, Matthew R. Associate||Associate||212.216.1156|
|Wolf, Robert A. Partner||Partner||212.216.1159|
|Zagorsky, Arthur Partner||Partner||212.216.8030|
On the latest Law Brief® episode, Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring Partner Robert Wolf and Associate Alexander Tiktin join host, Richard Schoenstein to discuss the current status of the COVID-19 foreclosure and eviction moratorium as we approach the New Year.
We are pleased to announce that Litigation Partner Debra Bodian Bernstein has been appointed to the New York City Bar Association’s Real Property Law Committee. As a committee member, Debra will have the opportunity to draft reports, comment on legislation, sponsor continuing legal education programs and help serve in an advisory capacity for the real property legal community. Debra has significant experience handling real property-related litigation matters and is part of our Commercial Landlord-Tenant Lease Disputes practice.