Eileen O'Toole, a partner in the firm's administrative Division, has extensive experience representing owners before the State Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR) as well as in all phases of landlord-tenant litigation, from initial notice through appeal. She also counsels owners and prospective purchasers performing "due diligence" on compliance with rent-stabilized leasing and registration requirements.
Ms. O'Toole writes or edits a number of publications of interest to property owners, managers and real estate attorneys, has lectured on rent regulation for NYU's Real Estate Institute, and has served on the Housing Court Advisory Council.
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