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Adam Leitman Bailey

Adam Leitman Bailey

also known as Adam Leitman Bailey

Practice areas


  1. Real Estate: 50%
  2. Litigation: 30%
  3. Corporate & Incorporation: 20%

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Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C.

120 Broadway
17th Floor
New York, NY, 10271


NYCurrently registered 199603/13/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
RecognitionChambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business2012
AV RatedMartindale-Hubbell2012
Super LawyerNew York Super Lawyers2012
RecognitionChambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business2011
Super LawyerNew York Super Lawyers2011
RecognitionChambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business2010
Super LawyerNew York Super Lawyers2009
RecognitionChambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business2009
Super LawyerNew York Super Lawyers2008
Super LawyerNew York Super Lawyers2007
Who's Who in Real EstateHabitat MagazineN/A
one of New York's best real estate attorneysThe New York Real Estate JournalN/A
Association namePosition nameDuration
American College of Mortgage AttorneysN/A2012 - Present
American College of Real Estate LawyersN/A2011 - Present
Association of the Bar of New York CityMemberN/A
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
229 West 109th Street Corp. v. Santiago, Civ. Ct. N.Y. Co.N/A
Lorne v. 50 Madison Avenue LLCA unit owner sued the board of directors for failing to remediate a construction defect. A unanimous Appellate Division dismissed the condominium board from the lawsuit determining the sponsor was the proper party for the lawsuit.
Hartman v. GoldmanAdam Leitman Bailey, P.C. won a Decision and Order granting summary judgment to the insureds. ALB P.C. effectively argued that anything planted along the fence were de minimis pursuant to RPAPL 543(1),and must be deemed to be permissive and non-adverse.
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Publication nameTitleDate
New York Law JournalAdvising Boards on Handling Secondhand Smoke Issues2013
New York Law JournalGetting a Brokerage Commission Paid2013
New York Law JournalA Roundup of Foreclosure Law Decisions in 20122012
New York Law JournalFinding Individual Tort Liability for Board Members2012
New York Law JournalUsing the Judicial System to End the Foreclosure Crisis in New York2012
New Yok Law JournalCertifying Professionals May Be Subject to Lawsuits2012
New York Law JournalThe New Rules of Foreclosure Litigation2012
John A. Wiley and SonsFinding the Uncommon Deal: A Top New York Lawyer Explains How to Buy a Home for the Lowest Possible Price2011
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Syracuse University College of LawLawJD - Juris DoctorN/A