Todd V. Lamb launched his solo practice in 2012 after nearly 18 years of experience with several of Manhattan’s most venerable law firms. Mr. Lamb’s practice concentrates on litigation and real estate. Mr. Lamb’s litigation practice focuses on landlord-tenant disputes, real estate litigation, co-op and condominium disputes, broker disputes, contract litigation, partnership and business disputes, construction litigation and appeals. On the transactional side, Mr. Lamb regularly negotiates commercial leases and complex residential leases. In addition, Mr. Lamb advises clients in every aspect of residential sales, purchases and refinancing of cooperatives, condominiums and private residences including contract negotiation, board submissions and approvals, due diligence and closing.
- Landlord-Tenant disputes in New York City and the surrounding area involve the most valuable real estate in the United States and the most complicated set of laws and regulations affecting any housing market. Mr. Lamb has extensive experience litigating landlord-tenant involving rent stabilization, rent control and commercial properties.
- If someone has breached a contract made with you or someone has accused you of breaching a contract, Mr. Lamb possesses the skill and expertise to analyze and determine the remedies available and to efficiently and expeditiously implement a strategy to reach the client’s goals.
- Mr. Lamb provides solid and trustworthy counsel walking his clients through every aspect of a real estate transaction from the accepted offer, through contract negotiations, due diligence and closing. The purchase of a cooperative or condominium involves far more than buying the floors, walls, ceilings and fixtures in a particular apartment, it is also buying into a community with its own set of rules, procedures and obligations.
- Mr. Lamb has successfully represented unit owners, proprietary lessees, condominium boards, cooperative boards and real estate brokers in disputes over elections, building rules, lease violations, nuisance, security, unpaid common charges and maintenance, repairs, leaks, insurance and almost every other type of dispute that can arise out of the complex relationship between cooperative and condominium boards and the unit owners and proprietary lessees in the building.
- Mr. Lamb has extensive appellate experience in the New York State court system and has a strong track record of convincing appellate panels to reverse erroneous lower court decisions.