Michael Willner joined Curcio Mirzaian Sirot LLC in Roseland as a partner in its community association law and business litigation practice areas.
He comes to the firm from the partnership at Brill & Meisel in New York City. Willner focuses his practice on general condominium/cooperative law, commercial and residential real estate transactions, and related litigation.
According to the firm‘s May 13 announcement, he represents condominium and cooperative boards, individual unit owners, shareholders, purchasers and sellers, and landlords and tenants, providing them with general counsel services and litigating complex real estate disputes.
Willner regularly appears in courts in New Jersey and New York, as well as at mediation and arbitration hearings and Environmental Control Board hearings.
His experience includes landlord-tenant law, zoning issues, mechanic’s liens, foreclosure actions, contract disputes, construction claims and other management issues. He also drafts license and construction agreements, real estate contracts, and indemnification agreements for his clients.
“Our practice serving the needs of community associations, as well as myriad real estate owners and investors, has grown considerably within the last year in response to evolving market conditions and a meaningful uptick in real estate transactions,” said firm founder and Litigation Chair Benjamin Curcio in a prepared statement. “Michael brings a solid background in this space to the firm and will be a valuable addition to our growing practice.”
Willner is admitted to practice in New Jersey and in New York.