David E. Frazer has dedicated his career to advocating the rights of tenants, while expanding his practice to include commercial litigation and real estate transactions. David defends tenants in every type of eviction proceeding. He has developed a particular expertise representing loft tenants. David also has extensive experience litigating condominium and cooperative housing corporation cases. He has taken cases all the way to the Court of Appeals, the highest court in the state. He has represented hundreds of tenants in Housing Court, Supreme Court, Federal Court and all appellate courts. David also practices before administrative agencies where he represents tenants in all manner of cases, including Loft Law coverage, demolition, rent overcharge and certificates of eviction [“Mitchell-Lama”].

David also represents parties to a wide variety of commercial contract disputes, contractor litigation and general real estate matters, including the negotiation of commercial leases and the purchase and sale of apartments, houses and commercial properties.

In addition to his solo practice, David is of counsel to the tenant firm, Himmelstein McConnell Gribben Donoghue & Joseph.

David, the father of three children, resides in New Jersey. His biggest regret is not having pursued his desire to be a rock critic though, given that he is tone deaf, that’s probably a good thing for the rest of the world. However, it doesn’t stop him from spending a lot of time surfing blogs looking for new music.