Orleans County, New York Landlord Tenant Lawyers
Ms. Gan obtained her B.A. in Psychology and concurrently her Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from the University of Western Australia in 2008. Ms. Gan is admitted to practice law in New South Wales, Australia; England & Wales, UK and New York State, USA.
Before joining HoganWillig,...
Ms. Smith obtained her B.A. in Government from Saint Lawrence University, and received her Juris Doctor in 2013 from Barry University School of Law in Orlando, FL. Ms. Smith is admitted to practice law in both New York & Florida.
Before joining HoganWillig, Ms. Smith provided legal advocacy to clients facing eviction, assisted clients to obtain and retain housing subsidies and representing clients in public and subsidized...
Yuriy’s practical approach to...
Mitchell is often described by his colleagues and peers as a "lawyer's lawyer" and their "go to" lawyer for enforcing judgments against debtors, especially in New York State. However, Mitchell's expertise has resulted in receiving referrals in more than 25 states to collect debts to satisfaction, settlement, or execution. Mitchell will apply his trademark straightforward and analytical approach to assess and resolve your legal issues.
Mitchell volunteers his time to the Mortgage Foreclosure Defense Clinic of the Nassau County Bar Association, which helps low income homeowners facing potential foreclosure or eviction. His other community activities include membership in the American Bar...
149-45 Northern Blvd, #1N
Flushing, NY 11354
Western Michigan University Cooley Law School and DeSales University
Besides having his Juris Doctor (JD) Law Degree with concentration on...
Attorney Zev Goldstein started out prosecuting in the Albany Traffic Court. He now defends motorists anywhere in the state of New York who are charged with traffic violations.
Juris Doctor ...
A respected and skilled attorney with over 28 years of experience as a litigator representing clients before the Courts in the Bronx, Brooklyn, New York City and Queens. Ms. Shay is also a talented negotiator who understands her clients and works tirelessly to achieve their goals.
Her practice is primarily concentrated on real estate and housing matters, including evictions, nonpayment cases, holdover proceedings, HP cases, ejectments, partition actions, DHCR filings, PARs, commercial litigation, leasing, summary proceedings, property transfers, mortgage transactions, corporate governance, shareholder disputes and appeals.
David has a strong record of success representing his clients in court before federal administrative agencies and on appeal. He understands that no two cases are exactly alike, and he works with his clients to try and achieve the best possible result based on the unique facts of their case. David litigates aggressively on behalf of his clients, while always taking the client’s own tolerance...
Hewlett, NY 11557
Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center and Washington University School of Law
David R. Juneau, CPA, joined McNamee Lochner P.C. in 2005 as principal and chair of the Real Estate Department. His practice encompasses all aspects of real estate transactions, including representation for lenders, purchasers and sellers in residential and commercial transactions. Dave also counsels clients with respect to lending...
White Plains, NY 10601
Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University and University of Wisconsin Law School
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