Sean Scuderi is an associate in the Construction practice at Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP.
Sean regularly advises real estate industry clients, including institutional and individual owners, developers, architects, engineers, general contractors and construction managers, in various commercial, real estate and construction business ventures and disputes. Sean approaches each deal and legal dispute with a strong awareness of his client’s business, legal and personal goals to provide tailored legal advice and services. Sean acts as general counsel to his clients, identifying any and all legal services they may require and ensuring that their needs are best met and that their interests are protected.
Sean’s experience ranges from negotiating and preparing construction, design, and neighboring property license agreements to representing clients in complex legal disputes in litigation, arbitration and mediation. Sean has particular experience defending and prosecuting claims involving:
Prior to joining Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP, Sean was an associate at Ingram Yuzek Gainen Carroll & Bertolotti, LLP.
What I do when not practicing law:
When I am not working, I enjoy playing tennis and snowboarding
Favorite sport team:
NY Yankees and NY Knicks
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin continues to strategically grow its practices to meet the growing needs of its clients. Michael E. Camporeale joined the firm as an associate in the Construction and Real Estate practices, and Tara McDevitt and Sean Scuderi joined the firm as associates in the Construction practice.
Leaders in the Law recently featured two of Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s recent high-profile construction matters in a recent article, "Tarter Krinsky’s Construction Practice Leads Cultural Revivals in Brooklyn and Queens.” The highlighted matters reinforce the firm’s focus on advising the development community behind the latest hotel, residential, retail and arts projects in cutting-edge New York City neighborhoods.
TKD is proud to be a part of the transformation of the long abandoned RKO Keith Theater in Flushing, Queens. After shuttering its doors in 1984, the building, of which portions of its interior were designated as a landmark, has been through a series of owners, criminal activity, vandalism and general disrepair.
Our client, Xin Development, which purchased the property in 2016, is carefully dismantling the landmarked interiors, which will be restored off site and reinstalled in the new building. The dilapidated eyesore will be replaced with a gleaming residential building, bringing new life and vitality to this block and the Flushing, Queens neighborhood.
TKD continues to grow with the addition of two associates to the firm.
Construction associate Sean Scuderi is once again serving on the host committee for the Center for Architecture’s Guess-A-Sketch event on Friday, March 9. Guess-A-Sketch is an evening where architects, architecture enthusiasts and young professionals gather for an architecture-themed, pictionary-style tournament. Honoree sketchers draw iconic buildings as battling teams guess to win the Guess-A-Sketch trophy. All funds raised support the Center for Architecture’s K-12 design education programming for schools, youth and families.
On December 13, members of TKD’s Real Estate and Construction practices attended the Empire Ball to benefit diabetes research to honor this year’s honorees for their commitment to the Diabetes Research Institute.
On April 26, Construction associate Sean Scuderi will be a featured panelist at a New York City Bar program on neighboring property construction matters.
On October 20, Sean Scuderi was a presenter for the AIA New York program, “The Design Professional's Guide to Avoiding Problems, Claims and Disputes.”
Construction associate Sean Scuderi co-authored an article on the benefits and pitfalls of outsourcing email services to a hosting provider in the New York Law Journal’s special e-discovery issue on February 6.