What We Do
Residential Landlord and Tenant
The “F” Word – the NYS Legislature Takes a Stab at Defining “Fraud” in the Rent Stabilization Context, But in So Doing, Raises More Questions Than It Provides Answers
Recovery of Use and Occupancy in Summary Proceedings
When tenant-lawyers pull the trigger on litigation too quickly they can derail their client’s housing goals.
If you wait by the river long enough…$450K Buyout for Tenant with No Litigation
Welcome to the Tenant Law Podcast!
Winning a Tenant a Rent Stabilized Apartment, a Forever Home
Tenant Question: “I had to vacate my apartment early, can the landlord sue me for the last six months of rent?”
Some Loft Law Coverage Basics
The Laws Regarding Rent Strikes in New York
Essentials of Rent Stabilization – Key Strategies for Real Estate Investors, A Practical Guide to Investment Real Estate, by Michael L. Landsman, Esq.
Landlord and Tenant Litigation – In the Courtroom, a Michelle Itkowitz Lawline CLE; Answering Summary Proceedings: Possible Tenant Defenses
Introduction to Landlord and Tenant Litigation: Getting a Case Started, a Michelle Itkowitz Lawline CLE; Occupancy Relationships