Represent financial institutions, real estate firms, property management companies, national tenants and hotels in litigation and other aspects of their ownership, tenancies, operation and use of commercial and residential real estate.
Practice areas & skills: Administrative Law, Litigation, Landlord & Tenant, Real Estate
I served as counsel for New York City Children’s Services for approximately two years. During that time, I was responsible for a high volume case load, from inception to conclusion. While representing New York State I ran the gambit of hearings (p...
Practice areas & skills: Administrative Law, Appeals, Family, Criminal Defense
Review: “I was referred to Robert Rossman by a family friend (who is also a lawyer) a few years ago when I was dealing with a very difficult landlord who owned many buildings in NYC. He felt he could bully tenants with his expens...
Practice areas & skills: Administrative Law, Real Estate, Commercial, Landlord & Tenant
Federal and state government agencies are required to follow certain procedures in order for their actions to be constitutional. For the federal government, these procedures are generally outlined by the Federal Administrative Procedure Act (FAPA). Each state government has its own set of administrative procedures as well, some of which are modeled after FAPA. An administrative law attorney specializes in administrative procedures at the federal and/or state level. Some examples of administrative agencies include the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). If, for example, the FDA passes new rules that affect your business, you may benefit from the services of an administrative law lawyer to better understand whether the FDA followed the correct procedure in passing these rules and whether you should contest them.