ANDREW K. BROTMANN is a senior partner in The Brotmann Law Group which has been concentrating in the areas of residential and commercial real estate (including condominium and cooperative representation); civil litigation; corporate and commercial matters since 2002.
Andrew served as an Associate Judge of the White Plains City Court from 1997 through 2003 and as an Acting Judge of the Mount Vernon (NY) and Yonkers (NY) City Courts. As a Judge, he has numerous published decisions. Prior to forming The Brotmann Law Group, Andrew was a Partner with the law firm of Brotmann, Oros & Brusca. He has served as an Associate at a private litigation law firm as well as a Deputy Town Attorney for the Town of Greenburgh, NY where he also served as Counsel to the Planning Board and Zoning Board.
With nearly 30 years of law practice, Andrew has been able to utilize his experience to represent hundreds of home buyers and sellers as well as condominiums, cooperatives and homeowner’s associations handling all legal issues which face these entities.
He earned his JD (1989) and MBA (1989) from Pace University in White Plains, NY after earning a BA from Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA. He has been an Adjunct Professor at Berkeley College in White Plains where he taught Real Estate in the paralegal program. Andrew is also a frequent lecturer on such subjects as ‘Representing the Commercial Client’ and ‘The Basics of Real Estate Finance.’
Andrew is admitted to practice law in New York, Connecticut and the District of Columbia as well as the United States Supreme Court and the Federal Courts of the Southern, Eastern and Western Districts of New York and the District of Connecticut.
He has served as President of the White Plains Bar Association and serves on the Boards or Executive Committees of several Not-For-Profit and other corporations. Andrew is an avid ice hockey player and holds a Level 3 Coaching Certification from USA Hockey. He is a Captain in the New York Guard. Andrew lives in White Plains, NY with his wife, Lisa and their three children.