Lauren E. Lewis is an associate in the firm’s Real Estate, Finance, and Land Use Practice Group and handles disputes arising out of real estate and housing related matters.
Lauren regularly represents landlords and tenants in all aspects of real estate litigation, including commercial and residential disputes involving single family homes, co-operative buildings, rent-stabilized and rent-controlled buildings, lofts, and interim multiple dwellings. She regularly handles matters in New York Supreme and Civil courts, navigating all phases of litigation including research, motion practice, negotiations, client communications, pre-trial discovery, and settlement. Lauren has experience with the rent stabilization code, tenant right and landlord obligations and has represented landlords and tenants in summary nonpayment, licensee, nuisance, and non-primary residence holdover proceedings.
Prior to joining Norris McLaughlin, Lauren acquired more than a decade of civil litigation experience as an associate at boutique real estate firms.
Lauren earned her J.D. from the Tulane University Law School and received her B.S. from the University of Florida.