Doing business in New York City comes with significant and, at times, frustrating regulations. From permit and license applications to code enforcement and nuisance abatement proceedings – we identify steps to achieve compliance so that you can focus on growing your business.
We advise on matters involving the central body of laws governing these activities – the New York City Administrative Code. Through established relationships with administrative agencies, we understand the players involved and can quickly assess and resolve the issues.
Partnering with our Real Estate and Construction Practice Groups, we counsel property owners, developers, architects and engineers, on zoning and land use issues, including the review and interpretation of New York City Zoning Resolution provisions that are critical to development plans.
We represent clients before city agencies, boards and commissions, including:
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Patrick J. Kilduff, partner and Chair of Administrative Law and Outdoor Advertising practices, was noted in the Westchester County Business Journal in connection with a dispute between our client, Clear Channel Outdoor, Inc., and the owner of a Yonkers building regarding ownership of the large advertising sign structure located on the roof of the building near the New York State Thruway.
This year, 28 lawyers from Tarter Krinsky & Drogin have been named to the 2017 New York Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists as top lawyers in the state. The annual Super Lawyers list recognizes the top five percent of lawyers in New York for their professional achievements. Attorneys are selected through a process that includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.
Four Tarter Krinsky & Drogin attorneys were ranked on the Rising Stars list, which recognizes the top 2.5 percent of lawyers who either are under the age of 40 or have been in practice for 10 years or less.
In an effort to collect more than one billion dollars in outstanding fines, the City of New York is offering an amnesty program that allows participants to resolve violations