Certilman Balin

ABOUT


Certilman Balin Adler & Hyman, LLP was founded on the concept that the success of a law firm is tied to the success of its clients. Today, that means more than working for our clients. It means working with them. Our attorneys apply the firm’s collective knowledge to our clients’ issues in order to ensure the best possible outcome. While a national client base has enhanced our expertise in matters across the country and around the world, our major focus has been on Long Island businesses and their legal needs. Since 1965, with our guidance, our clients have planted the seeds of Long Island’s fledgling communities and businesses. Together we have worked to grow and mature this region into one of our country’s wealthiest and most desirable places to live, work and play. We have acquired the knowledge and experience that uniquely qualifies us to guide today’s business leaders in their day-to-day pursuits, as they plan for tomorrow. Certilman Balin has become one of the region’s leading law firms, as attested to by the success of our clients. Dynamic and experienced, we are proven attorneys and powerful advocates.

CONTACT

Address:
90 Merrick Avenue 11554

Phone:
516.296.7000

Website:
http://www.certilmanbalin.com/

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Tax certiorari in the Age of COVID-19; Understanding your right to a fair tax assessment - by Richard Cronin

Tax certiorari in the Age of COVID-19; Understanding your right to a fair tax assessment - by Richard Cronin

The COVID-19 pandemic abruptly and profoundly turned the world upside down and has largely reshaped our day-to-day exper...

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New York Real Estate Journal presents <br>2020 Women in Real Estate - Professional Services

New York Real Estate Journal presents
2020 Women in Real Estate - Professional Services

New York, NY The New York Real Estate Journal published its annual Women in Real Estate, Professiona...

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2020 Women in RE: Kathleen Farrell, Certilman Balin Adler & Hyman, LLP

2020 Women in RE: Kathleen Farrell, Certilman Balin Adler & Hyman, LLP

What recent project, transaction or accomplishment are you most proud of? In April of 2020, my team and I closed a subst...

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For landlords: First the enactment of the HTSPA, now the COVID-19 crisis - by Anthony Cummings

For landlords: First the enactment of the HTSPA, now the COVID-19 crisis - by Anthony Cummings

Landlords took a big hit with the enactment of the HTSPA in June 2019 and the New York State Legislature is seemingly po...

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The “Dark Store” dilemma –  When assessors disregard fee simple valuation - by Erin O’Brien

The “Dark Store” dilemma – When assessors disregard fee simple valuation - by Erin O’Brien

Presently pending before the New York State Senate is Bill Number A04752, or, “An act to amend the real property t...

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2019 Year in Review: Howard Stein, Certilman Balin Adler & Hyman, LLP

2019 Year in Review: Howard Stein, Certilman Balin Adler & Hyman, LLP

What was your greatest professional accomplishment in 2019? As an adjunct professor at Touro Law Center, I have taught ...

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Shea of Certilman Balin Adler & Hyman honored with “Leadership in the Law Award” award from LIBN

Shea of Certilman Balin Adler & Hyman honored with “Leadership in the Law Award” award from LIBN

Hauppauge, NY Timothy Shea, Jr., a partner in the Land Use and Zoning and Real Estate Groups at Certilman Balin Adler &a...

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Understanding licenses and leases – A three-part series: A “sign” of the times - by Darren Stakey

Understanding licenses and leases – A three-part series: A “sign” of the times - by Darren Stakey

This three-part series briefly examines the nuances of seminal New York cases concerning licenses, leases, and even ease...

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Property tax exemptions: Are you paying more property taxes than you should be? - by Erin O'Brien

Property tax exemptions: Are you paying more property taxes than you should be? - by Erin O'Brien

It is no secret that Westchester, Rockland and Nassau Counties have been routinely ranked in the top ten U.S. counties w...

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