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Braverman Greenspun
110 East 42nd Street
New York, NY 10017
212-682-2900
rbraverman@braverlaw.net
http://www.braverlaw.net

We have been at the forefront of advancing the rights of cooperatives and condominiums for over fifty years. The firm’s vast experience makes Braverman Greenspun uniquely qualified to render sound advice on every issue facing a board. Our attorneys are skilled at handling matters relating to sponsor disputes, shareholder/unit-owner defaults, corporate governance, building finance and mortgage transactions, litigation, administrative and regulatory matters, building repairs and improvements, commercial leasing, and employee disputes.

 

Robert J. Braverman, Esq., Managing Partner

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Ranked among the top real estate firms in New York State and recognized as an expert in the area of cooperative and condominium law, Braverman Greenspun is the top choice when New York City buildings require legal representation.

For over five decades, Braverman Greenspun has specialized in real estate law, with a focus on cooperatives and condominiums, litigation, transactions, construction law and commercial leasing.  Our clients rely on our depth of experience to advise and represent them in a broad range of matters involving real property.

Attorneys at Braverman Greenspun are often called on to offer their expertise in many different areas. Here, a sampling of articles that we have written or contributed to shows our dedication to ensuring our clients are always informed.

The answers to almost any issue you’ll face as a board member can be found in your governing documents. In this article written for Habitat Magazine, Robert Braverman, partner, discusses the different governing documents found in a co-op and how to use them to guide your board.

As a member of our Ask the Experts panel, Robert Braverman, partner, tackles some of your most pressing co-op and condo questions. Click through to hear him discuss the fundamental differences between a co-op and a condo, board director conflicts of interest, whether emails are covered under attorney-client privilege, and more!

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Learn all the basics of NYC co-op and condo management, with straight talk from heavy hitters in the field of co-op or condo apartments

Professionals in some of the key fields of co-op and condo board governance and building management answer common questions in their areas of expertise

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