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Commercial /Residential Landlord-Tenant Trial Attorney

Commercial /Residential Landlord-Tenant Trial Attorney

Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. – New York, NY

Commercial /Residential Landlord-Tenant Trial Attorney

Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C., a prominent New York City real estate law firm, seeks an experienced trial attorney to join its Landlord-Tenant practice group. Candidate must be able to perform 1st chair trials and be experienced in all phases of Landlord-Tenant practice.

Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. is one of the only real estate litigation law firms with under 30 attorneys that has received an AV® Martindale-Hubbell rating, Super Lawyers honors with a Top 100 recognition, Best Lawyer awards for the firm and attorneys, and selection into the Registry of Preeminent Lawyers as well as the American College of Real Estate Lawyers.

To Apply:

Please send resume and three briefs or Memos of Law to

Honors & Awards:

  • Crain’s Best Places To Work (2010,2012, 2016, 2017, 2018) 
  • Chambers USA Leading Firm  
  • Best Law Firms US Best Lawyers 
  • Super Lawyers
  • Highest “AV” rating from Martindale-Hubbell
  • Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers
  • Commercial Observer Most Powerful Real Estate Attorney
  • Marquis Who’s Who
  • American Lawyer 

Benefits include: Rolls Royce of Health Insurance, Firm Funded Dental Cleanings and Vision Check-ups, Flexible

Spending Accounts, 401(K) plan, Commuter benefits, Subsidized Gym Memberships, and availability to work from home or one of the most beautiful offices in NYC. Every attorney receives their own office with a spectacular view.

Portable Business: No attorney is required to bring portable business or any business to the firm. If the attorney does bring in business to the firm, the attorney will be awarded as explained below.

Revenue sharing for all attorneys:  The Revenue Sharing Plan offers a competitive compensation system to all attorneys.  Every attorney receives a third of the hours billed by that attorney that are collected by the firm (in addition to  monies owed to the attorney for introducing a client to the firm.) Assuming one-third of the cash revenue on billed time is greater than the amount of compensation paid, the difference will be paid to the attorney as a bonus.  No attorney at the firm is required to bring in business. There is no requirement to bring in business to make partner at the firm.

In addition to the revenue sharing program, our attorneys are able to make supplementary revenue based on the amount of business they bring in. When an attorney at any level brings in new business they will receive a percentage of that new business, on top of the compensation revenue program. Every attorney at the firm receives one-third of their collected billable time and any attorney who brings in business will receive a higher amount to be negotiated.

In our quest to continue being one of the best places to work, the firm hosts happy hours, firm parties, as well as tickets for sporting events, Broadway shows, and concerts throughout the year.

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