New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community
Since our founding in 1901, Armstrong Teasdale has forged long-term relationships with clients large and small around the globe. Our reputation is based on the breadth of our lawyers’ skills and knowledge, team approach to representation, responsiveness to clients’ needs and understanding of their business.
As general counsel to over 450 cooperative and condominium clients in the New York Metropolitan area, Armstrong Teasdale’s Cooperative and Condominium Law practice area is one of the largest in New York. Our team of more than a dozen lawyers who concentrate their practice in the field of cooperative and condominium law have over 200 years of combined experience coupled with the resources of an international law firm at their disposal.
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The Cooperative and Condominium Law team offers a wide range of services including management and governance issues, transactions, dispute resolution and litigation.
From monthly speaker series to speaking engagements at some of the industry’s largest events, our attorneys regularly present on matters affecting the needs of our clients.
Our Cooperative and Condominium Law attorneys keep clients informed with important updates and timely alerts on topics critical to boards and their managing agents.
From published articles to urgent advisories, we actively monitor the industry and issue trusted guidance on key issues.
For more than a century, our attorneys have guided clients through virtually every challenge, from day-to-day operational decisions to some of the most complex legal matters. See how our experience can benefit you.
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