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Evolution Of An Eviction Moratorium: Landlord Tenant Strategies And Emergency Rental Assistance

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  • Description

    New York’s eviction moratorium has evolved dramatically since March 2020. This CLE course will explain that evolution within the context of the court’s strategy in handling a huge backlog in evictions. The course will explain the success in moving forward with their congested calendar and the de facto stay that is being put in place for tenants who apply to the Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP).

    The course will present the expectations that applicants must have in delaying evictions to 2023 and will also offer practitioners relevant case law and the most effective strategies for successfully navigating the system.

  • Instructor Bio

    Robert Link

    Robert M. Link is a partner at David A. Gallo & Associates LLP. He handles commercial and residential landlord-tenant, foreclosure and title litigation, bankruptcy adversary proceedings, and other commercial litigation. In his role as the lead attorney for the Litigation Department, Mr. Link has successfully conducted scores of trials and evidentiary hearings.

    He works closely with clients to monitor the state legislature and strategically comply with new laws and appellate cases.

    David Gallo

    David A. Gallo, our founding partner at David A. Gallo & Associates LLP, has been practicing New York landlord tenant and commercial litigation for over thirty-five years. He has served on the Housing Court Advisory Council, Committee of Character and Fitness, the Special Commission on the Future of the New York City Housing Court, and a Special Master at the Appellate Division, Second Department Mandatory Mediation Program.