Allen M. Turek
Real Estate, Litigation
educationB.A. State University of New York at Binghamton (1973) M.A. University of Chicago (1974) J.D. New York Law School (1977)
Allen M. Turek, a partner in SSRGA’s real estate practice, has practiced in all areas of real estate law with a concentration in cooperatives and condominiums. His experience encompasses sponsors of cooperative/condominium conversions, the representation of boards of directors and managers of cooperatives and condominiums, timeshares, shopping center syndications, hotels, acquisitions and sales, loan workouts, transactional real estate, new construction development, construction law, foreclosures and rehabilitating troubled cooperatives and condominiums. Allen is an accomplished litigator, having appeared as special counsel in complicated bankruptcy cases involving real estate. He also pioneered the use of bankruptcy filings on behalf of financially troubled cooperatives. Allen has successfully represented clients who have sued their insurance carriers to compel them to extend liability coverage when such coverage was originally denied by the insurance carrier.