Shira Sandler provides our clients with real estate-related advice and represents them in litigation matters.
Property management companies, real estate firms, financial institutions, and corporations seek Shira’s counsel in connection with the use, management, and operation of commercial real estate. Shira represents our clients in both state and federal courts.
Prior to joining Fried Frank, Shira was an associate at an international law firm.
Client memorandum |New York Supreme Court Casts Doubt on Viability of Claims That a Pledge Agreement Clogs the Equity of Redemption⟶
Client memorandum |Supreme Court Finds Use of Hardship Declarations to Bar Residential Evictions Inconsistent with Landlords’ Due Process Rights⟶
Client memorandum |New Restrictions on Commercial Foreclosures and Evictions Imposed in New York State⟶
Client memorandum |The First Department Makes It Much Harder for Borrowers to Enjoin UCC Foreclosure Sales⟶
Client memorandum |New York Court Issues Two New Decisions Rejecting Impossibility of Performance and Frustration of Performance as COVID Lease Defenses⟶
Client memorandum |New York Supreme Court Allows Previously Enjoined UCC Foreclosure Sale to Proceed⟶
Client memorandum |The State of Eviction Proceedings in New York⟶
Client memorandum |New York Supreme Court Issues Preliminary Injunction Halting Another UCC Foreclosure⟶