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Niles C. Welikson is the senior and co-founding member of Horing Welikson & Rosen, P.C. He is chairman of the firm’s litigation and appellate departments and actively practices in those areas.

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Philip A. Rosen is the Managing Partner of Horing Welikson & Rosen, P.C. Philip first became associated with the firm upon admission to the New York State Bar in 1985 and a Member three years later in 1988. As Managing Partner, Philip supervises all litigation matters and proceedings in Queens, the Bronx, New York and Kings Counties. Philip also prosecutes sophisticated trials on behalf of the firm’s clients in connection with residential and commercial properties.

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Peter H Skiadas has been with Horing Welikson & Rosen, P.C. since July 1994. Now a member of the firm, Peter has been a practicing attorney in all five boroughs of New York City in addition to Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester counties, where he primarily appears in court representing Landlords regarding all aspects of Landlord/tenant litigation. Peter has extensive litigation experience in both Civil and Supreme Courts, having conducted been lead counsel in numerous trials, both bench and jury.

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Richard T. Walsh is a cum laude graduate of New York Law School who has been with Horing Welikson and Rosen, P.C. since January 2002. He is a member of the firm.

As the head of the Cooperative-Condominium Department for more than 10 years, Richard is vital part of the firm’s practice in that area. He currently appears in State and Federal courts, successfully representing large institutional clients, cooperatives, condominiums and home owners associations, small businesses and individuals in real estate related, corporate and general litigation.

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Randi B. Gilbert became a member of the firm in 2012. Randi is currently the attorney in charge of the firm’s Westchester Landlord-Tenant practice and the firm’s Bankruptcy practice, as well as chairman of the firm’s Administrative Law Department, which she joined in October 2002. Randi has substantial experience and expertise in civil litigation, concentrating in commercial and residential real estate matters.

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Renee joined the firm in May, 2016 and brings with her 28 years of experience in commercial and residential real estate litigation in the Civil and Supreme Courts of the State of New York. She also has extensive experience in appellate practice in addition to representing numerous clients in estate and business transactions. She is the supervising partner of the firm’s Manhattan Real Estate Litigation group..

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Gary P. Wollan first joined Horing Welikson & Rosen P.C. as an associate attorney in November of 2006. Prior to joining the firm Gary was an associate attorney at a general practice law firm where he handled a wide variety of legal matters including Bankruptcy, Real Estate, Real Estate Litigation, Housing Court Litigation, and General Litigation.

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Brian M. Hasher first joined Horing Welikson & Rosen, P.C. as an associate in 2007. Prior to joining the firm, Brian had several years of landlord-tenant experience with other metropolitan New York area law firms. Brian is currently the Deputy Attorney in the firm’s Queens County Housing Court practice appearing in Queens County Housing Court on a daily basis. Since 2007, Brian has actively litigated Commercial Non-Payment and Holdover Proceedings, Residential Holdover Proceedings, Residential Non-Payment Proceedings and New York City Department of Housing Preservation & Development (DHPD) Proceedings in Queens County, Civil Court.

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Prior to joining the firm Jeremy zealously represented landlords in both residential and commercial landlord tenant proceedings from inception through trial throughout New York City, Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester counties. Jeremy counseled landlords in all aspects of both state and federal housing regulations and represented landlords in administrative hearings as well…

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Bryant Tovar first joined Horing Welikson & Rosen, P.C. as an associate in December 2007. Prior to joining the firm Bryant was an associate with a General Litigation law firm where he handled a wide variety of matters such as Civil Litigation, Housing litigation, Immigration, Personal Injury, and Divorce. Bryant is responsible for all Housing Court Litigation in Kings County. Bryant routinely appears in Kings Housing court, Kings Supreme Court and Kings Surrogate’s court.

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Harold J. Rosenthal is a senior associate at Horing Welikson and Rosen. He has been practicing Landlord-Tenant Litigation for over nineteen years and has appeared in the main Housing Courts in all five Boroughs and Nassau and Suffolk Counties. At Horing Welikson and Rosen, he was, until recently, the lead attorney for the Bronx County Housing Litigation Department, representing Landlords in Residential and Commercial litigation. Presently, he is the lead attorney for the Holdover Department.

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Ashka S. Patwa joined Horing Welikson and Rosen, P.C. as an associate in June 2009 concentrating in Real Estate/Landlord-Tenant Litigation after being a legal intern with the firm from October 2008. Ashka is in charge of the firm’s Nassau County Landlord-Tenant practice in the Nassau County District Court in connection with the resolution of residential and commercial summary proceedings.

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Jann S. Brent joined Horing Welikson & Rosen, P.C. in 2011 as a senior associate in the Litigation Department. She has a deep knowledge of the city, state and federal regulations and laws relating to real estate litigation and a diverse background in general civil and commercial litigation, handling every aspect of litigation from the commencement of an action to trial and through the appeals process. She also represents clients in criminal matters arising out of allegations related to management or ownership of multiple dwellings in various local, city and state jurisdictions.

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Melissa S. Levin first joined the firm as an associate in February 2013. She has been a practicing attorney since 2008, with a strong background in commercial litigation, housing law and real estate. She routinely appears in the New York State Civil Court, New York County, to handle both residential and commercial housing litigation proceedings, as well as the New York State Supreme Court, New York County to handle preliminary and compliance conferences, as well as Article 78 and Article 81 proceedings on behalf of clients.

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Jeffrey M. Hulbert first joined Horing Welikson & Rosen, P.C. as an associate in October 2013. Prior to joining Horing Welikson & Rosen, P.C., Jeff worked for a small law firm for five years concentrating in landlord-tenant litigation and mainly appeared in Bronx County Housing Court.

At Horing Welikson & Rosen, P.C., Jeff primarily focuses on landlord-tenant litigation. He regularly appears in both the Residential and Commercial Parts of the New York County Housing Court handling holdover and non-payment proceedings as well as Housing Maintenance Code violations in the Housing Court’s HP Part.

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Jillian N. Bittner first joined Horing Welikson & Rosen, P.C. as an associate in January 2014 after being a law clerk for the firm for two years prior. Jillian is a vital part of the Administrative Law Department and has been successful in aiding clients challenge proceedings before the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR) ranging from rent overcharge proceedings and building-wide service complaints to non-primary residence proceedings. Jillian has been extremely successful with the more recent Tenant Protection Unit (TPU) audits received by countless residential property owners.

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Amanda N. Hegyes first joined Horing Welikson & Rosen, P.C. as an associate in December, 2016. She routinely appears in the New York State Civil Court, New York County and Queens County, to handle housing litigation proceedings, Amanda is also involved in the firm’s Administrative Law Department and has been successful in aiding clients before the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR), including rent overcharge proceedings and building-wide service complaints. Amanda is also involved in the preparation of Petitions for Administrative Review (PAR) as well as Article 78 Petitions filed with the State Supreme Court.

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