Stacey Ashby is a Partner at MSF in the firm’s Real Estate and Commercial Litigation Groups. While Ms. Ashby’s practice focuses primarily on clients in the real estate industry, she also handles trial and appellate matters in a wide variety of fields involving contract and partnership disputes, property rights, lender liability and business torts.
Ms. Ashby regularly represents clients in multi-million dollar lawsuits in both state and federal courts. In her real estate litigation practice, Ms. Ashby represents clients in a wide range of complex areas, including workouts, intercreditor disputes, bankruptcy proceedings affecting real estate, partnership disputes, appraisal proceedings, commercial landlord-tenant disputes, and brokers’ claims. Ms. Ashby also has extensive knowledge concerning New York City rent regulations. She has experience in litigation concerning affordable housing laws and has represented clients in Article 78 proceedings against various New York City and State agencies.
Fordham University School of Law. J.D.
Pace University. B.A. (Cum Laude)
State of New York
Southern District of New York
Second Circuit Court of Appeals
Stacey Ashby started with MSF as a Summer Associate in 2002 and got a wide range of experience, having worked in the litigation, corporate and real estate departments. Prior to practicing law, Ms. Ashby worked in the insurance industry.
Represented real estate developer in New York State and Federal Courts in a precedential case holding that former Mitchell-Lama projects that received J-51 tax abatements do not become subject to the rent stabilization laws.
Represented one of the country’s largest special servicers in an intercreditor contract dispute in the Delaware Court of Chancery