Kenneth H. Amorello’s practice focuses on real estate related litigation, with over 25 years of experience representing cooperatives and condominiums, both in litigation and non-litigation contexts.
Ken has litigated a broad range of cooperative and condominium matters in the trial level and appellate courts, including disputes related to interpretation and enforcement of cooperative and condominium governing documents, condominium lien foreclosure actions, commercial and residential mortgage foreclosures, objectionable conduct issues, election disputes, RPAPL 881 proceedings, breach of fiduciary duty and discrimination claims, and construction defect issues.
Ken also has extensive experience counseling cooperatives and condominiums regarding interpretation of governing documents, amendments to same, apartment alteration, contractual obligations, annual meetings and other corporate governance issues, as well as housing and employment discrimination issues
- Member, New York Bar Association
- Member, New York City Bar Association