Shaw & Binder, P.C.


            Mr. LoPresti began his career as an Associate in a Boutique Real Estate Firm in Midtown Manhattan, where he concentrated in Real Estate Litigation and Commercial and Residential Landlord-Tenant Litigation.


            Mr. LoPresti has successfully handled cases at the Supreme and Civil Court trial levels, as well as at the Appellate level, including a 1995 ruling by the Appellate Term, First Department, including the matter of Bromer v. Rosenzweig, featured on the front page of the New York Law Journal in which the Appellate Court ruled that Civil Court has concurrent jurisdiction with the DHCR to determine succession rights.


            Mr. Lopresti obtained a B.S. degree from New York University in 1989 and obtained his Juris Doctorate from Fordham University School of Law in 1990.  He was admitted to the New York State Bar in 1991 and the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York in 1993.


            Mr. Lopresti is also a member of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York and the Fordham Law Alumni Association.