Deborah B. Koplovitz is a shareholder in Anderson Kill's New York office and concentrates her practice in real estate litigation and general representation of condominiums, cooperatives and sponsors. She has handled housing discrimination claims, construction issues and sponsor-defect cases, vendor disputes, corporate governance issues, foreclosure matters, hoarding cases, alteration disputes, lease and By-Law defaults, and noise complaints, to name a few.
In addition to the specialized areas pertaining to cooperatives and condominiums, Deborah is also a zealous advocate for her clients in all areas of commercial litigation, such as legal malpractice prosecution and defense, civil rights issues, partnerships and business disputes, and representation of foreign sovereigns and their heads of state.
Deborah is recognized for her sound judgment and advice in the cooperative and condominium field, and is regularly quoted in The New York Times, Habitat Magazine, The Cooperator. In addition, she also regularly lectures in the areas pertaining to cooperatives and condominiums, with a particular emphasis in the areas of housing discrimination.
Deborah is also a trained mediator, focusing on community-style mediation, and is the founder of the Co-op and Condo Mediation Center.
Deborah is fluent in German and Norwegian, proficient in French.