Neil E. Botwinoff concentrates in real estate law, representing clients in connection with sales and acquisitions, leasing and financing of properties. A substantial part of Neil's practice relates to shopping center and urban development, representing landlords and tenants in "big box" retail lease transactions and New York City commercial office leasing transactions. He is listed as a top real estate lawyer in Avenue Magazine for 2012.
- Landlord's Liens, Letter of Credit and Personal Guarantees of Commercial Lease How Secure is Your Landlord?, American Bar Association Program Material, Arlington, Virginia, 2001.
- "The Change in the Complexion of an Entity Conflicting Goals and Needs of Landlord and Tenant," American Bar Association Program Material, Toronto, 1998.
- A graduate of the State University of New York at Binghamton (B.A. 1978) and State University of New York at Buffalo (J.D. 1982), Neil was senior editor of the Buffalo Law Review.
- Neil is a frequent contributor to Commercial Tenant's Lease Insider, a publication serving retail and office tenants.
- Neil lectures at American Bar Association and real estate trade events on topics of interest to real estate attorneys and developers.
- Office and retail leasing: Exit and expansion stratagies, THSH CLE program, April 26, 2012