Armstrong Teasdale Adds Eight Associates in New York
Armstrong Teasdale, a law firm with offices across the United States, proudly announces the addition of eight associate attorneys to the firm’s New York office. The associates – Kenneth H. Amorello, Abraham Ally Dayon, Jack Dayon, Denise C. DeNicola, Thomas V. Juneau Jr., Daniel Lavian, Marijana Predovan and Jose Saladin – join a team of eight partners and multiple additional professionals. The team focuses primarily in real estate, with specific experience in cooperative and condominium law, real estate transactions and distressed markets.
Amorello has over 20 years of experience representing cooperatives and condominiums in litigation and appeals, and before various administrative agencies. He counsels clients in matters related to commercial contract disputes, cooperative and condominium governing document enforcement and housing and employment discrimination claims. In addition, Amorello counsels cooperatives and condominiums on corporate governance issues involving shareholder and unit owner issues and amendments to corporate and real estate documents.
Abraham Ally Dayon focuses primarily on real estate and business matters, and has extensive experience handling commercial lease agreements and other real estate transactions.
Jack Dayon focuses primarily on real estate matters. He also has experience with cases involving bankruptcy and financial restructuring, as well as loans and mortgages.
DeNicola focuses her practice on cooperative and condominium law and other real estate related matters, including residential and commercial real estate transactions and the preparation and negotiation of loan documents for commercial lenders, commercial leases and construction contracts. With past experience as in-house counsel and asset manager for one of the one of the largest family-owned realty firms in New York, DeNicola’s knowledge of the industry is extensive.
Juneau has more than 20 years of experience focusing his practice on commercial and real estate litigation. He has successfully defended clients before both state and federal trial and appeal courts. Juneau also has experience representing clients in personal injury and property damage matters as a result of mold-related real estate claims.
Lavian has broad experience in all aspects of commercial real estate. He concentrates his practice in the negotiation and documentation of joint venture agreements on behalf of both “money partners” and “operating partners,” co-participants, preferred equity investments, workouts of distressed properties and loan facilities and special situations.
Predovan focuses her practice on transactional real estate matters, with extensive experience in cooperative and condominium law, and commercial lending. Her robust experience includes representation of cooperative and condominium housing boards, purchasers, sellers and lenders.
Saladin concentrates his practice on commercial and real estate litigation. He has a depth of experience in cooperative, condominium and landlord-tenant matters. Saladin has represented clients before trial and appellate courts in New York, Federal Bankruptcy Court, and various administrative agencies, including the New York City Department of Housing Preservation & Development.
The firm’s Manhattan office is located at 919 Third Ave., 37th Floor, New York, NY 10022.