Eric Blaha concentrates his practice on providing general counsel representation to residential condominium and cooperative boards in the New York City metro area. With more than 25 years of experience, he is also a leading civil litigator who successfully represents clients across a range of legal matters, including real estate disputes, commercial contract disputes, and construction disputes. He has litigated cases nationwide, including an appeal that rose to the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Eric believes that taking a results-oriented approach is the key to success. He focuses on resolving problems and disputes amicably and efficiently where possible, and taking an aggressive position on behalf of his clients if litigation becomes necessary. Listening carefully in order to fully understand the nuances of his clients’ business and legal issues allows him to advise and enable each client to make an informed decision that is in their best interest.
Eric currently serves as Chairman of the Legislation Subcommittee of the Cooperative and Condominium Law Committee, New York City Bar Association. He also provides training on Fair Housing to members of cooperative and condominium boards.
- Fastax, Inc. v Jackson Hewitt, Inc.
- Imperia v Marvin Windows of New York, Inc.
- Learning Annex Holdings, LLC v Whitney Education Group, Inc.
- Levitt & Kaizer v Charles
- Llolla v Karen Gardens Apartment Corp.
- Maheras v Awan
“Covid-19: Conducting Effective "Virtual" Annual Meetings,” SBJ Update, April 2020