377 BroadwayNew York, NY 10013- 3993
Jeffrey Seiden is an associate of the firm. He handles all aspects of both residential and commercial non-payment and holdover proceedings as well as other related civil matters. In addition, Mr. Seiden drafts and argues substantive and procedural motions, handles discovery matters, attends conferences, and prepares cases for trial.
Upon graduation from Hofstra Law School, he received an award for excellence in advocacy and litigation.
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