Jeffrey L. Nogee
Jeffrey L. Nogee is a partner of the Firm. He divides his time between the Firm’s transactional areas and Supreme Court Division, including an active estate litigation and probate practice. His in-depth experience includes representing condo and coop boards in foreclosures against delinquent unit owners, advising clients on dealing with the various issues raised when a tenant dies – from initial concerns through the appointment of a fiduciary in Surrogate’s Court, negotiating and preparing a wide variety of contracts, leases, construction agreements, subcontracts and joint venture agreements as well as representing sellers and purchasers of all classes of real estate. Additionally, Mr. Nogee advises clients on wills, trusts, estate planning and probate matters.
Prior to founding his own private practice in 1990, Mr. Nogee was a Senior Attorney at the world’s largest construction and engineering firm, Ebasco Services Incorporated, and a partner in the law firm of Brauner Baron Rosenzweig et al. Mr. Nogee also served as a senior attorney in Citigroup’s Office of General Counsel for Real Estate.
Among his more notable construction projects are the representation of the turnkey contractor in a 600 MW Natural Gas Fired Cogeneration Plant in New Jersey, a 300 MW Fluidized Bed Coal Fired Cogeneration Plant in upstate New York, a 900 ton per day mass burn waste-to-energy cogeneration project on Long Island as well as a 2 x 600 MW Coal Fired Project in the People’s Republic of China.
Mr. Nogee’s writings have appeared in a number of publications including “Forbes”, “Nassau Lawyer”, “New York Real Estate Journal”, “Engineering News Record” and “Contractor Profit News” on topics such as alternate energy, construction law, international trade, countertrade and contracting practices.
- Boston University School of Law, J.D. – 1977
- Bucknell University, B.A. cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa – 1974
- New York – 1978
- U.S. District Court, Southern District – 1978
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District- 1978
- American Bar Association
- Nassau County Bar Association
- New York City Bar Association
Matter of Su Ling Chin, (September 25, 2015). In a will contest, where one witness to the will and the attorney draftsperson did not have perfect memory of the execution ceremony and another witness testified that the will was not properly executed, the Court admitted the will to probate after trial, holding that perfect memory was not required and that the Court, as trier of fact, could determine the credibility of the persons testifying at trial. The proponent of the will was represented by Jeffrey L. Nogee, Esq., partner in our trusts and estates department, with the assistance at trial of partner Anna Guiliano, Esq.
Lucille Kowalski Decision, (August 11, 2014) – Partner Jeffrey Nogee was successful in getting a deed issued to a beneficiary under a will where the executor was refusing to do so. In a Surrogate’s proceeding, the beneficiary of real property pursuant to a will, successfully petitioned the court to force the transfer of a deed to him despite protests of the executor that the property was part of the Estate and proceeds of sale were needed to pay expenses of the Estate.
Publications & Media:
- New York Law Journal featured the Will of Chin, which was handled by partners Anna Guiliano and Jeffrey Noggee. (available to NYLJ subscribers only). October 13, 2015,
- “ Question of the Month: What are the benefits of utilizing the enforcement of court orders for condo board receivers?” October 29, 2013, New York Real Estate Journal, written by Jeffrey L. Nogee. (Click here for the PDF: NYREJ_Jeff Nogee October Question)
- “ Interim Relief for Condominium Boards“, New York Real Estate Journal, October 8, 2013, written by Jeffrey Nogee (Click here for the PDF: nyrej_66276 )
- “ State and federal governments seek to embrace alternatives to fossil fuels,” February 24, 2009, New York Real Estate Journal, written by Jeffrey L. Nogee. (Click here for the PDF: NYREJ_Jeffrey Nogee February)