Help me find a lawyer, NYC

Discussion in 'Pro Audio' started by C. Humphrey, Aug 26, 2004.

  1. C. Humphrey

    C. Humphrey Guest

    Hi folks.

    I am trying to find a lawyer to represent my studio. I need to clear
    up an issue involving noise transmission with my neighbor in writing.
    Can anybody recommend a lawyer who specializes in this kind of thing?

    Thanks.
    Charles
     
    C. Humphrey, Aug 26, 2004
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    orbb Guest

    Go to www.martindale.com, which is a lawyer's directory web site. You
    can search by location and area of speciality. I assume that your
    problem involves some sort of an agreement to resolve a dispute over
    noise? You might want to look for a lawyer that deals in real estate
    law.

    New York has around 1 billion lawyers, most of whom are outrageously
    expensive. Stick with smaller guys, who probably are cheaper. If you
    call one and he can't help you, ask if he can recommend someone. Some
    lawyers won't do this because of referral liability (which is
    bullshit), but many will.

    Good luck.
     
    orbb, Aug 26, 2004
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    Mike Rivers Guest

    With no more detail than that (and I excuse you for not spilling your
    guts here) I can suggest that you don't need a lawyer, you need a
    construction crew or a real estate agent.

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    Mike Rivers, Aug 26, 2004
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    Mike Caffrey Guest

    I can think of a couple of differnt guy dependind on the specifics. I
    doubt you'll find someone who specializes in this type of situation.
    If you want to email me privately I'd be happy to put you in touch
    with whoever seems most appropriate.
     
    Mike Caffrey, Aug 27, 2004
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