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Morning Networking & CE: New York’s New Landlord-Tenant Housing Laws & The Impact on Property Owners
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When: Wednesday, December 11, 2019
8:30 - 10:00 A.M.
Where: New York University - Midtown Center
11 West 42nd Street
Room 421
New York, New York  10036
United States

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Morning Networking & CE:


New York's New Landlord-Tenant


Housing Laws and The Impact


on Property Owners


Join us for a light networking breakfast (bagels and coffee will be available) followed by a CFP® CE presentation and Q&A. 





The Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019 was enacted into law in New York in June 2019. Since its enactment, the law's impact has been felt by landlords and tenants alike. This presentation will cover the major changes of the new law, the impact of the law on property owners, the limitations placed on landlords, and the potential financial impact landlords now face. In addition to reviewing the law, Allen will cover the practical aspects of the law and how small and big landlords are changing their ownership and management practices to limit their risk.


SPEAKER: Allen Abraham, Attorney at Cooper, Paroff & Graham, P.C.


Allen Abraham is a practicing attorney in the state of New York and in the Federal Court of the Eastern District of New York at the firm Cooper, Paroff & Graham, P.C.  Allen attended Brooklyn Law School while interning for a state judge focusing on commercial litigation, and at two firms whose focus was commercial litigation. Cooper, Paroff & Graham, P.C. was founded over 40 years ago with a focus on landlord-tenant law. Today, the firm has a strong landlord-tenant practice, along with an equally vibrant commercial litigation and real estate litigation practice. The attorneys at Cooper, Paroff & Graham P.C. are committed to providing each client with prompt, personalized attention.  Their focus is on the individual issues of their clients, helping them to solve their problems and achieve their goals efficiently and forcefully.


Continuing Education Credits:
1.5 CFP® CE credits pending with CFP Board.  Eligible for CPE credit for NY licensed CPAs. CTFA credits are self-reported.

Registration Fees:
FPA Member - Free
Non-member - $50
NYU Student - Free (Please contact us at to register.)




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