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WHEN ROOMMATES ARE OBJECTIONABLE

When Roommates are Objectionable

Law Firm of Braverman Greenspun

Sept. 18, 2013 - What do you do when a roommate is making others uncomfortable? That is what’s going on at 75 West 238th Street in the Bronx, and Kennita Anderson, the property manager from Robert E. Hill who oversees the co-op, is asking for advice. Listen as Robert Braverman, a partner in Braverman Greenspun, and Dale Degenshein, special counsel in the real estate department of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, help Ms. Anderson figure out who the real culprit is and how to deal with the problem.

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