Ullman, Meredith A. - New York, NY

733 Third AvenueNew York, NY 10017- 3204

Updated: 10/04/2016

New York Rent Regulation & Administrative Law Lawyer


Meredith A. Ullman is an Of Counsel in the firms Administrative Law department where she specializes in rent regulatory issues involving rent stabilization and rent control. She represents various property owners in connection with proceedings before the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal and New York State Courts, involving claims of rent overcharge, reductions in required apartment and building-wide services, lease violations complaints and major capital...


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