Jennifer Milosavljevic is an attorney in the Landlord-Tenant Litigation Group and is admitted to practice in New York State.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Milosavljevic spent several years at two well-known real estate litigation firms representing landlords and tenants in residential and commercial summary holdover and nonpayment proceedings, succession actions, non-primary residence, owner-use, nuisance, illegal alteration, and sublet proceedings in Housing Court throughout the five boroughs. Ms. Milosavljevic has extensive experience litigating administrative proceedings and defending clients in rent overcharge and coverage applications before the New York State Division of Homes and Community Renewal(HCR). Ms. Milosavljevic’s experience also includes general commercial litigation in State Supreme Court entailing co-op/condo and contractual business disputes.
During law school, Ms. Milosavljevic clerked for a prestigious NY-based real estate firm specializing in landlord-tenant law and complex real estate litigation.
Ms. Milosavljevic received her J.D. from New York Law School in 2012 where she was a member of the Center for Real Estate Studies, successfully completing her Capstone project on the Yellowstone Injunction in New York State and also served on the International Law Journal. She is a graduate of Hunter College, where she earned a B.A. degree in Political Science/Economics, summa cum laude.
Ms. Milosavljevic is fluent in Serbian.