News & Insights

When Is A Stranger Not A Stranger?

INSIGHTS | By: | October 15, 2021

In a landmark decision from the Appellate Division Second Department, Partner, Christopher Kelley achieved a winning result for our client establishing in a case of first impression who really is a “stranger” when considering the “Stranger To The Deed rule.”  The...

Real Property Fraud Alerts

INSIGHTS | By: | March 15, 2021

Real property fraud is quickly becoming one of the fastest growing crimes in our country, and one which county and state governments are actively trying to combat. Property fraud is often accomplished when someone files a fraudulent document with the County Clerk in...

Suffolk County Property Fraud Home Owner Watchlist

NEWS | March 10, 2021

With property fraud is on the rise, Suffolk County is now offering a free service offered to Suffolk homeowners that can alert you to newly recorded filings against your property.  While it doesn’t prevent the filing of a fraudulent document, it does provide a timely...

Commercial Properties: Leases, COVID-19 And Force Majeure


To gain expert advice on how force majeure and impossibility or impracticality to perform impact commercial leases as a result of COVID-19, John A. Viteritti, of, spoke with Joan Morgan McGivern, of Counsel with the firm. Learn More

Scott Handwerker Joins the Firm as Of Counsel

NEWS | November 3, 2020

Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP has announced that Scott Handwerker has joined the Firm as Of Counsel. Mr. Handwerker concentrates his practice in corporate law, emerging growth companies, mergers and acquisitions (“M&A”) and private...