Second 82nd Corp. v Veiders
2016 NY Slip Op 50652(U)April 26, 2016
Susan represented the tenant at trial in this nonprimary residence case. Susan presented thorough evidence to successfully persuade the court that the tenant’s absence from the apartment was “temporary and excusable” on the basis that he was dealing with family  [.....]
150 W. 21st LLC v Doe
2016 NY Slip Op 50169(U)February 18, 2016
In this case, the landlord sued a long-time rent stabilized tenant using concocted nuisance claims. After the trial court dismissed the case for insufficient evidence, Susan wrote the winning brief on appeal convincing the appellate court to uphold the trial  [.....]
Second & Third Ave LLC v DHCR
2015 NY Slip Op 08087November 10, 2015
Susan intervened on behalf of the tenant in this appeal by the owner of a building who tried to claim a rent increase based upon a purported $13,750 paint job – “paid in cash”. The court agreed with Susan’s analysis  [.....]
Conason v Megan Holding
LLC, 25 NY3d 1February 24, 2015
As part of a two-person team, Susan successfully persuaded the Court of Appeals to reject the landlord’s argument that her client’s rent overcharge claim was barred by the statute of limitations. Instead, the Court permitted examination of the entire rental  [.....]
Security Credit Services
LLC v WilsonFebruary 24, 2015
An creditor sued Susan’s client for nearly $18,000 on the basis of an old credit card debt. Susan got the case dismissed by arguing the plaintiff had failed to submit the proper paperwork.
3647 Realty Co v Wolinsky
Index No. L&T 61739/11June 30, 2013
The court granted Susan’s motion for summary judgment on her client’s rent overcharge case based upon extensive proof Susan submitted, including a pattern of wrongdoing by the landlord’s parent company. After this decision, the landlord reduced the rent to $750  [.....]
Barker v. 301 303 311 West 111
Susan won summary judgment on her client’s rent overcharge claim. Susan’s clients had moved into an apartment they initially thought was not subject to rent regulation. After further investigation, they sued the landlord, won a determination that the apartment was  [.....]
Ormonde Equities LLC v. Jacoby
Index No. L&T 94249/08September 30, 2011
Susan defended the tenant in a nuisance trial that went on for sixteen days with nearly 30 witnesses. In a 20-page decision, the court dismissed the landlord’s case, holding the landlord’s witnesses were not credible and that the landlord had  [.....]
Hudsoncliff Bldg. Co., Inc. v Payne-Marsky
2011 NY Slip Op 51258(U)
Susan fought off an appeal by a landlord who was unsuccessfully trying to get discovery from her clients.
Hirsch v Stewart
63 AD3d 74
Susan won an appeal at the Appellate Division, First Department. The Court upheld dismissal of the case against Susan’s client based on Susan’s argument that the landlord had failed to include sufficiently specific facts in the notice of nonrenewal wherein  [.....]
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Crumiller P.C. was founded to leverage our extensive experience in the public and private sectors to advocate and litigate on behalf of workers who are starting or growing their families. We choose to target our efforts in the areas we feel passionately about. We strive for excellence not only on your behalf, but also to create positive change.
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