Monday, October 10, 2016

Litigation Associate | Career Opportunity | Lieb at Law, P.C. is Hiring

*NYC Attorneys that want to relocate to suffolk county / hamptons*

We are looking to hire an attorney who is a sharp and dynamic leader to join our litigation practice group. We are a collaborative firm that leverages cutting edge technology and tangible fact-driven support to win cases. The ideal attorney has a fresh approach, thinks outside-the-box and does not cut corners. Our firm motto is 'no case; no statute; no talk'. This means that fluff will not get anyone very far at Lieb at Law. Specific practice field experience is not as relevant to us as finding the best match for our team (i.e., ambition and competence surpasses years in the industry).

Depending on the level of expertise, the role will either support or lead cases inclusive of real estate litigation, real estate brokerage litigation, title disputes, contractual litigation, premises liability, ownership disputes, personal injury, fair housing / discrimination, estate litigation and more. Seasoned attorneys will engage in oral arguments, depositions, arbitrations, mediations, trials, and appeals.

Our clients span across the New York Metro area and the Hamptons inclusive of major corporate accounts, high net worth individuals, small businesses, and more.

The firm offers an environment that supports personal and professional growth without micromanagement or dogmatic resistance to fresh and innovative ideas. Driven attorneys who prove their competency are quickly rewarded with increased responsibilities and opportunities beyond that offered for similarly experienced attorneys at larger firms. Competence trumps experience and career growth is limited only by an attorney’s own ability, ambition and desire to learn, evolve and earn career "wows".  Partner Track is preferred.

Compensation is commensurate with competency. (benefits included)

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About Lieb at Law, P.C.

Lieb at Law, P.C. services the New York Metro area inclusive of the Hamptons and NYC with a practice focus on real estate and corporate litigation and compliance. Lieb attorneys train and write articles on the latest case law, statutes and industry practices affecting real estate professionals. The firm also offers legal services in related fields like real estate brokerage, fair housing / discrimination, mortgage foreclosure, business / entrepreneurship, ownership disputes and more. Lieb at Law also provides a full range of legal services for landlords such as: Ownership Entity Structuring; Lease Drafting & Negotiation; Fair Housing and Discrimination Training & Litigation Defense; Pet Policies & House Rules; Evictions; Property Damage Litigation & Security Deposit Disputes; Rental Permits & Municipal Compliance; Land Use and Development; and Property Management Training & Operations Structuring.

Lieb at Law's mission is to serve as an indispensable strategic advisor to our clients, helping to minimize risk while maximizing profitability, and aggressively litigate with leading solutions. The firms transactional team ensures that contractual language is driven by qualitative data from the litigation field. Lieb at Laws work product is a derivative of embracing education and technology. Lieb at Law is fully committed to our technology-based collaborative approach and believes that this operational model drives our success.

Beyond utilizing legal research platforms to enable immediate access to the most recent case law and publications, the firm's systems include cloud-based file and time management software with additional proprietary programs. As a result, Lieb Attorneys have instantaneous access to client records anywhere, even on their smartphones in court and at closings.

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Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Andrew Lieb Esq. and Dennis Valet, Esq. have been named NY Metro Rising Stars 2016 from Super Lawyers

Lieb at Law, P.C.  is thrilled to announce that Andrew Lieb, Esq. and Dennis Valet Esq. have been named NY Metro Rising Stars 2016 from Super Lawyers.

They are featured in The Annual List of Top Attorneys from Super Lawyers. 

Summer’s Over: How to Prepare Your Home for Next Year

With the summer season over, East End landlords are in the process of retaking possession of their homes. Beyond perhaps a few beach trips, it’s the time of year when landlords need to assess the extent that their tenants damaged their summer homes and to hire contractors to make the requisite repairs and improvements to those properties in order for them to be ready for next year’s crop of tenants. However, the damage is not the end of the headache.
Instead, incident to getting those repairs done many landlords will end up fighting with contractors over fees, which can be an all-consuming experience because of the ever-present threat of a mechanics’ lien. Pursuant to the New York State Lien Law, a mechanics’ lien is a type of security instrument in real estate available to a “[a] contractor, subcontractor, laborer, materialman, landscape gardener, nurseryman … who performs labor or furnishes materials for the improvement of real property with the consent or at the request of the owner,” which must be filed within 4 months (8 months in commercial) of the last date such labor or materials were provided at a residential project. 
Andrew Lieb, Esq. shares the top 5 facts about mechanics’ liens that every homeowner should understand on Dan's Papers. Click here to read the full article.