Landlords Liable for Failure to Address Racial Discrimination Between Tenants

Landlords Liable for Failure to Address Racial Discrimination Between Tenants

By: Maria Filindarakis & Dakota McCauley   Racial harassment is a big-ticket item in today’s modern age. Can a landlord be held liable for failing to address racial discrimination between tenants, where the landlord knew of the discriminatory conduct and failed to correct it? The Second Circuit of the U.S.  Court of Appeals recently stated…

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ROZARIO Appeals Lower Court’s Decision and Successfully Obtains Dismissal of Complaint in Foreclosure Action on RPAPL § 1304

December 2018 | ROZARIO challenged a lower court’s decision that granted Summary Judgment against our Client and denied our Client’s Motion to Dismiss. On Appeal, ROZARIO successfully argued that the lower court erred in its decision and Plaintiff’s improper service of the 90-day pre-foreclosure notice, under RPAPL §1304, warranted dismissal of the Complaint. The Appellate…

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Albert Myburgh Joins ROZARIO as Managing Partner

  December 5, 2018 | Rozario & Associates, P.C., is pleased to announce that, as of December 3, 2018, Albert Myburgh joined the firm as Managing Partner.  Albert will lead the corporate transactions, mergers, and acquisitions and private equity group.

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Is Your Business in Compliance with New York Sexual Harassment Prevention Policies and Requirements?

**Update: Sexual Harassment training for all New York State employees must be completed by October 9, 2019. In New York City, all training obligations must be in effect before April 1, 2019. The deadline to have all employees trained in New York City is April 1, 2020. 2018 N.Y.C. Local Law No. 96, N.Y.C. Admin.…

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THE RISE OF A YOUNG FEMALE COO

THE RISE OF A YOUNG FEMALE COO From law student to leading a corporate law firm, Hiba Touma takes the reigns as ROZARIO’s youngest and first female COO Introduction: We recently sat down with Chief Operating Officer, Hiba Touma, to discuss her role as a young female Corporate Officer. Ms. Touma provided invaluable insight for…
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Lawmakers Look to Stop Landlords from Raising Rents Based on Major Capital Improvements

One of the most pressing issues affecting many New York City residents and landlords today is the rising cost of rent.  While some residential building owners have voiced concerns that rent stabilized and rent controlled apartment rents are not commensurate in keeping on pace with rising property taxes, labor and fuel costs, many New Yorker’s…

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Brooklyn Jury Sends Message to Slumlord, with $1.2M Verdict

August 2018  | Brooklyn Jury sent a clear and resounding message to slumlord to the tune of $1,225,00.00 for injuries sustained by our client while living in substandard apartment conditions.  The message was clear, Brooklyn will not tolerate landlords who refuse to fix and correct horrendous living conditions.

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ROZARIO Obtains Defense Verdict After Jury Trial

July 2018  | Managing Partner, Rovin Rozario, obtained a defense verdict after a lengthy and highly contested jury trial, whereby the plaintiff alleged negligence against our client and resulting serious injuries. The jury disagreed with the plaintiff’s version of how the accident occurred and found that the plaintiff was entitled to no monetary award. A special…

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LAW AND TECHNOLOGY: The Importance of Copyrighting Your Software

Introduction As a software developer or a business owner, protecting your rights in your intellectual property is one of the most important things you can do. While copyright protection is technically automatic once your work is fixed in a tangible medium, if you have not registered your copyright with the U.S. Copyright Office, fighting a…

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ROZARIO Secures Licensing Agreements for a $65 Million Development Project in the Bronx

July 2018  | As real estate development continues to rise in New York, our Client, a Manhattan Development Company, sought access to adjacent properties during the construction of a $65 Million development project in the Bronx. Despite initial resistance from the property owners, Managing Partner, Rovin Rozario and Partner, Christopher Tucker,  successfully secured six licensing…

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