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MAY 20, 2018

Behind New York’s Housing Crisis: Weakened Laws and Fragmented Regulation

It's no secret that NYC's housing court system is a broken one. Rent stabilized and controlled units are disappearing as more tenants are pushed out of their homes through buyouts and baseless lawsuits that deplete them of their resources, forcing them to flee their homes.

Jennifer Rozen of RLG represented the tenants of 25 Grove in their HP action against the landlord, who engaged in hazardous and disruptive construction in the building and failed to provide tenants with cooking gas for more than a year. Through the litigation, Jennifer secured a sizable rent abatement for the tenants as well as reimbursement for their legal fees. Read the article below for additional details.


Jan. 6, 2018

How Difficult Is It to Break a Lease

Rozen Law Group's Jennifer Rozen was featured in the New York Times. Read her response to a tenant's question regarding the difficult of breaking a lease in New York City and the nuances between getting out of a market rate v. rent stabilized lease.


May 20, 2017

When a Roommate Won't Pay Up

A New York Times Reporter asked Jennifer Rozen for some guidance on behalf of a tenant that was having roommate troubles. Read her response to that question here along with an explanation of if and when a tenant whose name is on the lease can raise their non-tenant roommate's rent. 


Feb. 14, 2015

Feeling the Heat From a Property Manager

New York City winters can be cold and and bitter! Read Jennifer Rozen's legal advice, which was published in the New York Times. She provides valuable insight regarding a tenant's rights to adequate heat. 

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