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New York Landlord & Tenant Litigation: Bringing the Case to a Satisfying Conclusion (Update)

1h 45m

Created on March 19, 2021





In this program, Michelle Maratto Itkowitz, a noted NYC Landlord-Tenant attorney, will explore what happens towards the end of a landlord and tenant matter. Because last does not make these important issues least, the course will explore the many routine and specialized clauses of a stipulation of settlement, the intricate details that surround an eviction, how to make a motion for attorney's fees, and the appellate process, including stays pending appeal.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Evaluate risk and reward, from your client's point of view, in a landlord and tenant case, so that a mutually beneficial settlement can be achieved
  2. Negotiate and prepare robust stipulations of settlement
  3. Negotiate and prepare a solid surrender agreement
  4. Prepare for and supervise a successful eviction day (or delay one)
  5. Recover attorney's fees (for either landlord or tenant) or defend against an application for attorneys' fees  in the aftermath of an L&T case
  6. Secure a stay pending appeal

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