5 Things to Know About “Reasonable Accommodations” for Pets in Co-ops & Condos

  By Ian J. Brandt, Partner CO-OP & CONDOMINIUM LAW PRACTICE   If you’re on a co-op board of a building that doesn’t allow pets, what questions can board members ask tenants regarding pet requests, and what “reasonable accommodations” are you required to make?   What Are Five Things You Need to Know? Even buildings […]

Ian Brandt Featured in U.S. News & World Report on Homeowners Association Rules

June 16, 2023 – Ian J. Brandt, a co-op and condominium attorney and Partner in DHC’s Real Estate Law group, was interviewed by U.S. News & World Report in their article “Which HOA Rules Can Be Enforced – and Which Can’t?” Brandt spoke about some of the ways in which local laws can supersede HOA rules […]

Brandt Interviewed in the Financial Times on Homeowner Association Cosmetic Rules

May 20, 2023 – Partner, Ian J. Brandt of the Real Estate Law practice was interviewed by the Financial Times for their article “Why can’t I paint my door yellow? The psychology of community décor diktats” to discuss how neighborhoods are determining what alterations are appropriate for people to make to their homes. Brandt shared […]

Brandt Featured in New York Post Article on Co-op Disability Accommodations Lawsuit

May 9, 2023 – Ian J. Brandt, Partner in Commercial Litigation, Co-op & Condominium Law and Real Estate Law practices was featured in the New York Post article “NYC Woman Faces Co-op Eviction After Disability Request Becomes Years-long Legal Battle”. What started as a request for a washing machine to accommodate a disability and sensitivity […]

Brandt Gives Legal Advice in Bankrate article on Shared Homeownership Agreements

March 10, 2023 – Veteran Condominium and Co-op attorney, Ian Brandt, Partner in the Real Estate Law practice was featured in the Bankrate article “Buying a House With a Friend,” where he offered expert legal advice on the proper procedure of shared homeownership. Acknowledging that shared homeownership among friends is not uncommon, Brandt encouraged readers […]

Six New Attorneys Join Five DHC Practice Areas

June 17, 2022 – DHC is proud to announce that six new attorneys have joined five of our practice areas. Join us in welcoming them to the firm, meet: Alexander P. McBride – Senior Counsel, seasoned in complex securities and structured finance litigations, SEC and DOJ investigations, congressional inquiries and Chapter 11 adversary proceedings, Alex […]

2022 Brings New Growth for Davidoff Hutcher & Citron

January 23, 2022 – Davidoff Hutcher & Citron LLP (DHC), a leading New York-based commercial litigation, government relations, corporate and matrimonial law firm, has announced that four new attorneys are coming on board to expand the firm’s Real Estate, Employment, Trusts & Estates and Divorce & Family Law practice groups. “Although the pandemic has caused […]