In recent months, city and state officials in New York City have been paying extra attention to the issue of deed theft. There are owners of single-family homes in New York City, and in particular the gentrifying areas of Brooklyn, Harlem and Washington Heights, which have become the casualty of deed theft. This white paper reviews why boards and managing agents, title companies, real estate brokers and agents, and many others need to boost their awareness for any transactions that may impact title to shares or units in an effort to protect people against related plots to steal deeds.
Partner in the New York office of Greenspoon Marder LLP
Concentrates her practice on construction industry matters, including contract preparation, mediation, litigation, suretyship, bid protests, appeals, and arbitration
Extensive experience in litigation of construction disputes for public works and buildings in both the public and private sectors
Experienced mediator and is on the New York County Supreme Court Commercial Division Roster of Volunteer Mediators and the American Arbitration Association’s Roster of Construction Industry Arbitrators
Former President of the New York County Lawyers’ Association, former Vice President of the New York State Bar Association for the 1st Judicial Department, and member of the New York Building Congress, GCA New York, SCL North America, CLSA, ABA, New York State Bar Association and New York County Lawyers Association
Frequent speaker and author on topics relating to Construction Law
J.D., The Catholic University of America School of Law; B.A., Grinnell College