Diana Bunin Kolev’s practice is focused on zoning and land use litigation, general litigation, and state appellate practice. Ms. Kolev represents clients in areas such as zoning and land use approvals, zoning and municipal code violations, Agricultural Districts Law protections, environmental law, and real property law, and litigates in both federal and state courts. Ms. Kolev counsels clients in matters involving compliance with New York State dam regulations and associated real property concerns, including lake rights. Ms. Kolev also counsels not-for-profit and religious organizations with respect to real property tax exemption issues and court approval for real property transactions.Listed in NY SuperLawyers Magazine, Rising Stars, 2013-14; Westchester County Bar Association New Lawyers Leadership Award Recipient, 2014; Pace University School of Law, Law Review, Member, 2004-2005; Pace University School of Law, Environmental Law Certificate, 2005; Co-author: "The Importance of Due Diligence: Real Estate Transactions in a Complex Land Use World," New York State Bar Journal, March/April 2012; Board of Directors of the Pace Law School Alumni Association, 2009-present; Board of Directors of the Mount Kisco Rotary Club, 2010-2012 .
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