It’s not an exaggeration to say that Adam Leitman Bailey and fellow attorneys at his namesake firm have reshaped New York real estate law. By specializing in this area of the law, Bailey has been able to focus on cases that are frequently high-profile, such as the dispute over the building of a Mosque near the former World Trade Center, and those that have a broad impact in the industry, notably his work applying Interstate Land Full Disclosure Act to New York. A consistently strategic, tenacious and passionate advocate for his clients, Bailey has positioned himself as a stalwart of New York real estate.
Lawdragon: Can you describe for our readers the work being done at the firm that bears your name?
Adam Leitman Bailey: We are a full service real estate firm built to be corporate counsel for real estate companies, condominiums, cooperatives, and lenders. Although the high profile “miracle” cases receive much of the attention, we are lauded for our litigation practice serving titles companies, lenders, and bet the company battles while at the same time, litigating real estate disputes between shareholders, companies, landlords and tenants, partners and neighbors, which is standard litigation at the firm.