Mr. Goldberg has practiced construction law for over 40 years on all sides of the construction triangle (contractor owner designer), including materialmen, engineers retained by architects, inspectors approving the release of monies under building loans, and sureties. He emphasizes insurance coverage in his handling of matters.
For more than 20 years, Ms. Lesser has been counsel to numerous co-ops and condos, individuals and businesses, landlords and tenants, and homeowners associations. Ms. Lesser has been advising them regarding all aspects of litigation in real estate law, contracts, leases, discrimination, restrictive covenants, Loft Law, and other related issues.
Mr. Luxemburg specializes in real estate law, cooperative and condominium law. A recognized authority on the legal needs of cooperatives and condominiums, Mr. Luxemburg is the President of the Council of New York Cooperatives & Condominiums, and has drafted the revised form of proprietary lease that was promulgated by the Council.
Jason Mohabir practices in the firm’s Litigation Department where his practice encompasses a wide array of complex commercial and real estate litigation, including contract disputes, breach of warranty of habitability, torts, special proceedings, and landlord-tenant matters.
Dominic has experience in a broad range of transactional and litigation matters. At Gallet Dreyer & Berkey, he has assisted in advising cooperative clients on amending proprietary leases, drafting AIA riders for construction transactions, representing buyers and sellers in residential real estate transactions, general litigation matters, and various other transactional matters.
Michelle P. Quinn represents cooperative and condominium boards, businesses, and individuals regarding issues with shareholders and owners in commercial and residential landlord-tenant litigation, including summary proceedings, administrative agency hearings, and Supreme Court actions and appeals. She has substantial experience with Mitchell-Lama cooperatives, redevelopment companies, and tenancies protected by New York State Rent Regulation.