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Patricia L. Feldman

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Practice Areas

  • Commercial Non Payment & Holdover Proceedings
  • Supreme Court Litigation
  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Guarantor Actions
  • Yellowstone Injunctions


Patricia L. Feldman is a partner of the Firm in the commercial landlord/tenant division. She is a skilled and tenacious litigator and experienced in strategizing major commercial landlord/tenant matters. She regularly appears in Civil Court to litigate non-payment and holdover proceedings. She negotiates agreements, prepares and argues motions and conducts hearings and trials.

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Feldman served as in-house counsel to a NYC real estate management and development company. Prior thereto she was in private practice where she gained extensive experience in real estate litigation, with a focus on commercial and residential landlord/tenant litigation, leasing and real estate transactions.

Recent Notable Decisions:

  • Dannick Realty LLC v. Flor Latina, Inc., (June 26, 2019) In this commercial holdover proceeding wherein this firm, represented the property owner, the Court granted summary judgment in favor of the property owner. The Court ruled that the tenant's failure to continuously maintain insurance in accordance with the lease requirements constituted an incurable lease default.
  • Fifth Partners, LLC v. Privco Media, LLC, (November 7, 2018) Landlord granted summary judgment against commercial tenant awarding both a possessory and money judgement as well as finding the Landlord as the prevailing party entitled to legal fees. The court dismissed all of tenant's affirmative defenses and counterclaim including a challenge to the rent demand actual/partial eviction defense.
  • 82nd Jackson Heights LLC, v. Pretty Girl of 82nd Jackson Heights Corp. d/b/a/ Young Girl, (February 13, 2018) In this commercial non-payment wherein this firm represented the property owner, the court granted summary judgment in favor of the property owner. The owner was granted a money judgement of over $55,000 plus legal fees. The Court ruled that the tenant's defense lacked merit, particularly the defense that the court could not proceed against the corporation where the corporate president had died.


  • St. John's University School of Law
    • J.D. - 1983
  • Wellesley College
    • B.A. - 1980

Bar Admissions

  • New York, 1984
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of New York, 1984
  • U.S. District Court Eastern District of New York, 1984

Current Employment Position

  • Partner

Past Positions

  • In house counsel to New York City Real Estate Management Company
  • Partner in a boutique firm with focus on real estate litigation