Jeffrey L. Nogee is a member of Tully Rinckey PLLC were he maintains an active civil litigation practice in New York State and Federal Courts as well as estate litigation and probate matters in the Surrogate’s Courts, He also represents the boards of cooperatives and condominiums, property management companies, corporations, and clients involving contract drafting and negotiation, construction, intellectual property and real estate law.
His in-depth experience includes advising condo and coop boards in foreclosures against delinquent unit owners, advising clients on dealing with the various issues raised when a tenant dies – from initial concerns through the appointment of a fiduciary in Surrogate’s Court, negotiating and preparing a wide variety of contracts, leases, construction agreements, subcontracts and joint venture agreements as well as representing sellers and purchasers of all classes of real estate. Additionally, Mr. Nogee advises clients on wills, trusts, estate planning and probate matters.
Prior to founding his own private practice in 1990, Mr. Nogee was a Senior Attorney at the world’s largest construction and engineering firm, Ebasco Services Incorporated, and a partner in the law firm of Brauner Baron Rosenzweig et al. Mr. Nogee also served as a senior attorney in Citigroup’s Office of General Counsel for Real Estate and most recently as a partner in the law firm of Borah, Goldstein, Altschuler, Nahins & Goidel, P.C.
Among his more notable construction projects are the representation of the turnkey contractor in a 600 MW Natural Gas Fired Cogeneration Plant in New Jersey, a 300 MW Fluidized Bed Coal Fired Cogeneration Plant in upstate New York, a 900 ton per day mass burn waste-to-energy cogeneration project on Long Island as well as a 2 x 600 MW Coal Fired Project in the People’s Republic of China.
Mr. Nogee’s writings have appeared in a number of publications including “Forbes”, “Nassau Lawyer”, “New York Real Estate Journal”, “Engineering News Record” and “Contractor Profit News” on topics such as alternate energy, construction law, international trade, countertrade and contracting practices.
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