... Defendant's Attorney: Dani Schwartz and Jeffrey Turkel, Rosenberg & Estis. The following papers numbered 1 to 17 read herein...
In their Landlord/Tenant column, Warren A. Estis and Michael E. Feinstein of Rosenberg & Estis review the issue of when is it appropriate for an attorney or agent of the landlord to issue a notice to
... Attorneys for Defendants By: Howard W. Kingsley, Esq., Rosenberg & Estis, P.C., New York, NY MEMORANDUM...
In their Rent Regulation column, Warren A. Estis and Jeffrey Turkel of Rosenberg & Estis, discuss 'Murphy v. New York State Division of Housing & Community Renewal,' where the Court of Appeals, by a
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...go to federal court instead. The co-op's attorney, Rosenberg & Estis partner Bradley Silverbush, said the co-op plans to do that...
... Attorneys for Petitioner by: Bradley S. Silverbush, Esq., Rosenberg & Estis, PC, New York, New York. Attorney for...
On Sept. 27, a Manhattan Supreme Court justice held that a tenant in a New York City Housing Authority project can keep her pit bull, even though the dog bit another tenant, while three weeks later,
In their Landlord-Tenant column, Warren A. Estis and Michael E. Feinstein of Rosenberg & Estis, discuss various court decisions that have dealt with defining the term "family member" for purposes of
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