Focused On Your Legal Problems And Goals

At Hagan, Coury & Associates, our Brooklyn business and real estate litigation attorneys work directly and personally to provide our clients with advice, strategy and opinions tailored to their specific needs and issues. Our approach is to first comprehend our clients' goals, their day-to-day operations and the dynamics of their business in the context of their industry, and then offer well-founded and realistic legal recommendations.

Of course, we appreciate the importance of providing all legal services at reasonable rates to ensure that the economics of our services make good business sense.

Comprehensive Business, Commercial And Real Estate Representation

Our representation has been sought by both large and small privately owned companies located in Brooklyn, Manhattan and surrounding areas of New York City. We take pride in our connection to the Brooklyn business community, where for over 35 years, we have dedicated ourselves to providing business owners, managers, partners, shareholders and real estate owners with personal representation that maximizes their goals.

We handle a broad range of commercial law, including:

  • Business and commercial law and litigation
    • Contract disputes
    • Business dissolutions
    • Partnership and shareholder disputes
    • Insurance litigation
    • Commercial transactions
    • Business entity formation
    • Negotiation and drafting of contracts
    • Employment law disputes
  • Real estate law and litigation
    • Commercial and residential landlord and tenant law (for landlords and management companies)
    • Commercial leasing litigation
    • Co-operative and condominium law
    • Construction contracts and litigation
    • Construction development
    • Mechanic's liens
  • Federal regulations affecting the airline industry
    • Corporate visas
    • Federal litigation and administrative proceedings
    • Compliance matters
  • Aviation compliance
    • Foreign and U.S. commercial airlines
    • Administrative proceedings before Canadian and U.K. governments