Braverman Greenspun is recognized as an industry leader in the field of condominium and cooperative law. Acting as general counsel to condominium and cooperative boards and representing the interests of individual unit owners and shareholders is the heart of our practice. As a result of this unique focus, each of our attorneys is a sophisticated practitioner in this area of law. In view of the firm’s expertise, our attorneys are frequently called upon to lecture and author articles on condominium and cooperative-related issues and are also regularly quoted in both the industry and mainstream press.
Our clients include buildings of all sizes across New York City, from historic Upper East Side cooperatives to luxury condominiums in Soho, to new construction buildings in Brooklyn and Queens, as well individual unit owners, shareholders, and board members. Though there is virtually no issue arising from condominium and cooperative ownership, management and financing that we have not seen, we regularly represent our clients in matters involving construction defects and other disputes with sponsors, corporate governance, financing, interpretation of offering plans and governing documents, election and meeting issues, disputes between owners and the board including non-payment and objectionable conduct, insurance issues, construction contracts and alteration agreements, access issues, discrimination and employment issues, collection and foreclosure, and nuisance/objectionable conduct by unit owners and building occupants.