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Alan M. Goldberg

Special Counsel

Litigation
Cooperative & Condominium Law

 

New York
t: 212-687-7770
f: 212-687-8030
email: ag@rosenlivingston.com
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Education

Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, J.D.

S.U.N.Y. at Buffalo, B.A.

Bar Admissions

New York

Court Admissions

United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York

Alan M. Goldberg is Special Counsel to the firm, and his practice focuses primarily on cooperative/condominium litigation and corporate governance, commercial litigation and statutory discrimination litigation. He handles all stages of litigation, including meditation, arbitration, trial and appeal.

Prior to joining Rosen Livingston & Cholst LLP, Mr. Goldberg was a partner at Lambert & Weiss, where he specialized in insurance litigation, including the defense of cooperative boards of directors under directors and officers liability policies. Prior to that, Mr. Goldberg, while at a large real estate firm, represented approximately 40 cooperative corporations.

  • Mancero v. 242 East 38th Street Tenants Corp., et al. (Supreme Court, NY County): obtained summary judgment dismissing a former superintendent’s overtime and constructive termination claims against a cooperative corporation.
  • Miller v. Foxhill Condominium I (Supreme Court, Dutchess County): obtained summary judgment which directed a condominium to remove fines levied against a unit owner by reason of his public criticisms of the condominium’s Board of Managers.
  • Sanford/Kissena Owners Corp. v. Daral Properties LLC, et al. (Supreme Court, Queens County): obtained summary judgment dismissing a breach of fiduciary duty claim asserted by a cooperative corporation against two directors.
  • West v. 332 East 84th Owners Corp. (Appellate Division, First Department): obtained Appellate Division affirmance of lower court’s granting of summary judgment which held that a cooperative board’s decision, rejecting a shareholder’s proposed wet-over dry construction, was reasonable.
  • Telemaque v. Aleksa, et al. (Supreme Court, NY County): obtained summary judgment which dismissed a prospective purchaser’s claim against a cooperative corporation following the cooperative’s rejection of a purchase application.
  • Lukaszuk v. Linden Heights Association, Inc., et al. (Supreme Court, Kings County): obtained summary judgment in favor of a cooperative which dismissed the Complaint of a shareholder who claimed that his cooperative stock certificate, which included his name and that of his wife and child, had been altered, without his consent, by the wife and the cooperative.
  • New York State Bar Association