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  • Description

    Landlord/tenant litigation and dispute resolution has undergone a massive upheaval as a result of COVID-19. Enforcing what was previously straight-forward lease defaults, such as non-payment of rent, have been increasingly difficult as a result of evolving procedural requirements resulting from a tide of Executive and Administrative Orders.

    This CLE course will seek to summarize the current procedural stature of landlord/tenant litigation in Supreme and Civil Court, as well as offer a practical look at litigation issues from both landlord and tenant perspectives. The analysis will cover non-payment of rent, obtaining possession of leased properties and enforcement of guarantees in commercial leases. Various approaches to dispute resolution, both in and out of court, will be presented.

  • Instructor Bio

    Christina Browne

    Christina Browne is a partner in the litigation department of Belkin Burden Goldman LLP a boutique real estate law firm in Manhattan. Christina has been practicing in this area of law for 12 years. Christina also writes articles for her firm newsletter and presented on topics within the firm.

    Ms. Browne, practices in the Firm’s Litigation Department and handles cases in the Civil and Supreme Courts, including commercial disputes, landlord-tenant matters, and construction disputes. Ms. Browne also advises cooperative condominium board’s as to their rights in disputes with shareholders and commercial tenants


    Noelle Picone

    Noelle Picone is a Partner of the firm Belkin, Burden, Goldman, LLP, who joined the firm in 2005 and became a Partner in 2015. Ms. Picone practices in the Firm’s Litigation Department and handles cases in Civil and Supreme Court, including commercial disputes, landlord-tenant matters, and construction issues.

    Ms. Picone also advises cooperative and condominium boards as to their rights and remedies related to their shareholders, and both residential and commercial tenants. From 2014 through 2017, Ms. Picone taught classes at the “New Beginnings” program through Pace Law School on the subject of real estate law to attorneys who have been out of the work force and seeking to reenter the legal profession.

    Ms. Picone has been chosen as a Super Lawyers, Rising Star selectee from 2014 through 2018.