Committed To Protecting The Rights Of Landlords And Property Managers In Appeals
When a residential or commercial tenant threatens you with litigation or is failing to live up to the terms of your contract, it is important that you are prepared to take active measures to protect your investment and the future of your business.
At Borah, Goldstein, Altschuler, Nahins & Goidel, P.C., we have extensive appellate law experience with the issues facing landlords, property owners and managers in disputes with tenants. When conflicts arise, the steps you take will have an impact on the long-term success of your real estate interests. Learn more about what we can do to help you take full advantage of the options available to you.
Appellate Litigators Prepared To Develop Creative Strategies
We know that every case has its own unique set of facts and you have your own set of concerns that are important to you. We review your case to learn exactly what sort of avenues we can pursue on an appeal to help you get the relief you are seeking. We assist with a number of different appellate matters before state and appellate courts.
When you have a specific legal issue that has not gone your way at the trial court or administrative body level, know that there are still things you can do to pursue your intended legal goals. We have represented many clients and real estate industry organizations in the Supreme Court of the State of New York Appellate Division and Appellate Term, the New York Court of Appeals and the United States Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit. As experienced courtroom lawyers, we know what needs to be done in order to prepare a comprehensive case to protect your interests.
Our History Of Successful Results
We have earned numerous positive verdicts in complex appellate trials. Many of the cases we have handled have set legal precedents for similar cases in the industry. Just a few of our notable results include:
- Sullivan v. Brevard Assocs., 66 N.Y.2d 489: A historically precedent-setting case that defined the term “tenant” and led to the creation of the succession statute.
- Classic Realty LLC v. DHCR, 2NY3d 142: The court determined that tenants in luxury decontrol settings cannot submit their tax returns during the comment period to dodge deregulation.
- Graubard Mollen, et. al. v. 600 Third Avenue Associates, 93 N.Y.2d 508: We obtained an award of more than $500,000 for our client; the New York State Law Digest later analyzed the case.
- Rose Associates v. Lenox Hill Hospital, 262 A.D.2d 68: We recovered a judgment of more than $2 million for our client from their tenant.
Our peers, our clients, industry leaders and court officials recognize us for our demonstrable results in myriad difficult appellate cases.
Want To Know More About Your Legal Options?
We invite you to reach out to one of our experienced attorneys today by calling 212-784-6596 or sending us an email to schedule a time that works for you. We can present you with a detailed action plan of what we can do to help you minimize the potential threat to your business.