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Madeline R. Greenblatt

Associate

mgreenblatt@ganfershore.com

212-823-0924

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Madeline Greenblatt is an Associate in the Business Litigation, Real Estate Litigation, Title Litigation, and Cooperatives and Condominiums Practice Areas.

Thorough and Exacting, Putting Clients at Ease

Ms. Greenblatt counsels partnerships and individuals in complex business litigation with an emphasis on real estate and business contract disputes. Her clients include condominium boards and sponsors, commercial landlords, tenants, and real estate brokers. An effective advocate for both plaintiffs and defendants, her approach always revolves around what best achieves her client’s goals and benefits their bottom line.

Ms. Greenblatt litigates priority and boundary issues as well as fraud and forgery in the context of title disputes. She often works with clients to resolve challenges to generational ownership in connection with the conveyances of multimillion-dollar properties.

Prior to joining Ganfer Shore Leeds & Zauderer, Ms. Greenblatt worked in private practice with an emphasis on general commercial litigation and real estate litigation.

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REPRESENTATIVE CASES

  • Successfully dismissed action seeking damages of $2 million against LLCs and their individual members based on defendants’ alleged breach of a settlement agreement, breach of operating agreements, and breach of fiduciary duties
  • Represented owner and developers of two new multi-unit residential building seeking damages of $50 million dollars from a bank for an alleged breach of the bank’s obligation to lend funds. Successfully opposed the Bank’s motion to dismiss
  • Represented owner of three Manhattan commercial properties against a real estate broker seeking brokerage commissions. Following oral argument, owner’s summary judgment was granted
  • Assisted in representing individual members of a 45-unit condominium sponsor. Successfully dismissed complaint by the condominium’s Board of Managers asserting breach of contract, breach of the implied warranty of habitability, fraud, and negligent misrepresentation
  • Assisted in obtaining a Yellowstone injunction preventing an eviction of a 50-year multimillion-dollar lease holder

EDUCATION

  • Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law (J.D. 2012)
  • New York University (B.A. 2009)

ADMISSIONS

  • New Jersey (2013)
  • New York State (2013)
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York (2017)
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York (2018)