Turek Roth Grossman LLP - New York, NY

377 Fifth AvenueSixth FloorNew York, NY 10016

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Updated: 06/07/2019

New York Real Estate Law Firm


In 2000, Allen M. Turek left the firm of Hartman & Craven LLP and fulfilled a lifelong dream of starting his own law firm concentrating on real estate law and cooperatives and condominiums in particular. Later that year, he hired Jeremy Roth as his associate and Mr. Roth became a partner in 2004. Charles Mester joined the firm in 2008 as the head of the firm’s litigation department and became a partner in 2009. The firm’s practice has steadily grown with deliberate speed over...


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