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Norris McLaughlin, P.A. Continues to Expand Real Estate and Litigation Practices in New York

Posted on November 17th, 2014

New York, NY (November 17, 2014) – Norris McLaughlin, P.A., continues to expand services with the addition of four new attorneys in its New York City office.  Gerard Proefriedtand Sharyn A. Tritto, formerly of the New York City firm Penn Proefriedt Schwarzfeld & Schwartz, will contribute to the growth of the firm’s real estate and litigation groups in the New York legal market.

The attorneys will focus on the following areas of practice:

  • Gerard Proefriedt (Member) – Real Estate & Land Use, Loft Law, Cooperative & Condominium Law, Litigation, Business Law
  • Sharyn A. Tritto (Member) –Real Estate & Land Use, Cooperative & Condominium Law, Litigation

“What drew us to Norris McLaughlin, that it is a larger firm with a small firm environment. Our clients, no matter the size, will continue to receive the individual attention they always expected from us, said Sharyn.  “Joining the firm allows us to serve those clients with exceptional resources, efficiency and responsiveness, without changing our firm culture.”

Gerard Proefriedt devotes his practice to real estate law and commercial litigation.  He holds a specific expertise in Loft Law, where the objective is to bring buildings illegally converted to residential use into compliance with state and city housing laws relating to health, safety, and fire protection. He is experienced in landlord and tenant law, real estate leasing, air rights transfers, cooperative and condominium conversions, commercial litigation, real estate transfers and refinancing.

Sharyn A. Tritto specializes in all aspects of real estate litigation, particularly landlord and tenant law.  She also handles leasing and transactional matters.  Sharyn has handled matters in all courts, at both the trial and appellate levels, as well as before various administrative agencies including, but not limited to, the Environmental Control Board and Division of Homes and Community Renewal.

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