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Renters Insurance: Why It's Important for Tenants in NY

New York, the city that never sleeps, is synonymous with dreams and aspirations. But, like any metropolis, it comes with its unique set of challenges. For the millions of tenants Read More

Building Stronger Communities: The Impact of NYC Housing Preservation & Development

In the bustling metropolis of New York City, the constant demand for affordable housing has been a pressing issue for decades. The New York City Housing Preservation & Development (HPD) Read More

Legal Strategies in the City That Never Sleeps: A Guide for NYC Lawyers

New York City, often referred to as "The City That Never Sleeps," is not only a global financial and cultural hub but also a legal powerhouse with its own set Read More

Empowering Renters and Property Owners: Legal Wisdom for Dispute Resolution

Landlord-tenant disputes are a common source of stress and tension for both renters and property owners. In New York City, where the rental market can be particularly challenging, having access Read More

Demystifying Tenant Rights in Manhattan: The Attorney's Perspective

Living in Manhattan, one of the most iconic and bustling boroughs of New York City, can be an exhilarating experience. However, it can also come with its share of challenges, Read More

Balancing Urban Development: Insights from the New York Housing Compact

In the fast-paced world of urban development, finding the delicate balance between progress and preservation is a challenging task. As New York City continues to evolve and grow, it faces Read More

From Native Land to Global Metropolis: The Evolution of Manhattan's Name

The name of a place often tells the story of its origin, evolution, and the people who have influenced it over time. Manhattan, the bustling heart of New York City, Read More

A Future without Homelessness: Exploring Possible Solutions in NYC

The issue of homelessness in New York City is one that has been prevalent for decades. As of 2023, the number of homeless individuals, including those in shelters and on Read More

Manhattan Tenant Rights Lawyers vs. Landlord Attorneys: Who Holds the Upper Hand?

In Manhattan, the battle between tenant rights lawyers and landlord attorneys is not a clear-cut contest where one side holds a decisive upper hand. Instead, it is a delicate balance that depends on various factors, including the specifics of each case, the effectiveness of legal representation, and the interpretation of housing laws by the courts. Read More

3 Personal Protections Every NYC Tenant Should Know

As a tenant in New York City, it's crucial to be aware of your rights and the legal protections available to you. In this blog post, we will discuss three key personal protections every NYC tenant should know. Understanding these protections can help you navigate any potential issues that may arise with your landlord and ensure a safe and secure living environment. Read More

How to Negotiate a Rent Increase

A rent increase can throw your budget out of balance, but it’s not a done deal. Read more to learn how to negotiate a rent increase and take back control! Read More

How to Be a Good Landlord

As a landlord in NYC, your reputation matters. To reduce tenant churn and receive glowing reviews, follow these five tips on how to be a good landlord. Read More

NY Emergency Rental Assistance Program Applications Now Easy

Millions of people struggle to afford rent in New York, especially minimum wage workers for whom the cost of renting can be completely unaffordable. COVID-19 has made that situation even Read More

Eviction Moratorium: Altagracia Pierre-Outerbridge Interview

Check out the full interview below! Read More

New Centers For Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) Eviction Ban is Now Limited

New Centers For Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) Eviction Ban is Now Limited The whole country has been counting down the days to the end of the eviction moratorium on August 31st, Read More

My landlord gave court papers claim I owe rent. What to do?

#nyc #outerbridgelaw #landlordtenantattorneys #tenantsrightsMany New Yorkers have had trouble keeping up with rent payments this year. You are not alone. If you get court papers from your landlord claiming you Read More

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