Wotman Law PLLC
Achieving Results
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Wotman Law Is a Boutique Law Firm Achieving Results In:

Business Bankruptcy Reorganizations, 37 Years Experience

  • Commercial Litigation and Arbitration
  • Insurance Coverage Claims and Litigation
  • Business Interruption Insurance Claims and Litigation
  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Business Divorce Litigation
  • Real Estate Transactions
  • Corporate Transactions
  • Construction Litigation

EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, INSIGHT
Daniel Wotman, the firm’s principal, sharpened his litigation, trial and negotiation skills working on complex litigation and corporate and real estate deals in the large Manhattan law firms of Whitman & Ransom and Greenberg Traurig.

Wotman Law provides the depth of legal experience, knowledge and insight that clients require when faced with challenging complex litigation before the Federal Courts in New York and the specialized Commercial Division of the New York State Supreme Courts.


Mr. Wotman is a seasoned New York State and Federal Court commercial litigator, having conducted and won numerous trials, hearings and decisions and achieved many favorable settlements for his clients. Mr. Wotman has also negotiated and closed profitable corporate and real estate transactions for his clients.

As a boutique litigation and transactional firm, Wotman Law has the ability to provide services under various alternative fee arrangements, other than straight hourly billing, including hybrid fee agreements, success-based fee agreements and flat fee arrangements.
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
04/13/2020

How Small Business Can Use Bankruptcy to Survive Coronavirus

Small businesses in the New York and Long Island area suffering through the COVID-19 shutdown can leverage a recent and very important change in United States bankruptcy laws to their advantage. This article provides a valuable primer on the Small Business Reorganization Act and how to use it.

 

Wotman Settles Partnership Litigation

Daniel Wotman recently settled a partnership litigation in the Supreme Court, Commercial Division, on behalf of the beneficiaries of a deceased 25 percent partner in a 270 Unit Apartment Complex in New York City where the beneficiaries received a 25 percent fair-market share (rather than lower statutory date of death valuation) of the sale of the entire partnership property for $39.5 million.