Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Braverman Greenspun has an experienced, talented and dedicated group of litigators who handle a wide range of real estate and commercial disputes in state and federal trial and appellate courts, federal bankruptcy courts, arbitrations and mediations and before administrative agencies.  Braverman Greenspun’s litigators, many of whom practiced at large law firms or served a judicial clerkship, draw on their wealth of litigation, arbitration and administrative agency experience to provide the firm’s clients with creative, results-driven and client-centric representation.

Dispute resolution is a major part of Braverman Greenspun’s cooperative and condominium law practice.  The firm has represented cooperatives, condominiums, board members, unit owners and shareholders in a comprehensive range of matters including construction defect actions, director and officer liability claims, board election disputes, nuisance actions, disputes arising from the interpretation and application of offering plans, declarations, by-laws and proprietary leases, condominium lien foreclosures, proprietary lease terminations, contractor defaults, breach of contract claims, alteration disputes, access proceedings brought pursuant to RPAPL §881 and employment discrimination claims.

Braverman Greenspun’s commercial litigation practice also includes the representation of a wide range of businesses and their high-level employees, including major financial institutions in the U.S. and abroad.  Our litigators have experience in multiple substantive areas, including complex torts and insurance matters; banking, including litigation and subpoena matters relating to foreign sanctions administered by the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control; breach of contract disputes; labor and construction law disputes; executive employment disputes, including restrictive covenant matters; subrogation matters; and trade secrets and other business torts.