Our Legacy

Saul D. Bruh and Alan D. Kucker founded Kucker & Bruh, LLP in 1984 on the tenets of hard work, dedication and trust. The firm started with a core practice concentrated on real estate matters, commercial transactions, contract negotiations, civil litigation and administrative law.

Today, Kucker & Bruh, LLP operates on the same principles it was founded on and remains committed to upholding the standard of excellence its clients have come to expect. As it has grown, the firm has added practice groups in corporate law, partnership law, limited liability company law, trade secrets and proprietary business models, intellectual property (including transactions and disputes concerning creative works and art), art insurance, zoning law, land use law, construction law, debtor/creditor law, employment law, employee benefits law, ERISA, federal Portability Act, real estate tax valuation disputes, consumer rights, elder law, entertainment law, complex civil actions and multi-jurisdictional disputes.

The firm is a member of CHIP, and of the Real Estate Board of New York. Kucker & Bruh, LLP’s attorneys are regular contributors to real estate publications such as Apartment Law Insider, Landlord v. Tenant, and Real Estate Weekly.


We at Kucker & Bruh, LLP understand our people are the greatest asset to our firm and to our clients. The firm strongly encourages our people to utilize their experiences and creativity to develop innovative solutions and to maintain an environment open to the free flow of ideas. We offer exceptional career opportunities to lawyers, aspiring law school graduates and to support professionals. Kucker & Bruh, LLP does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender and gender identity, national origin, age, disability and citizenship. We encourage candidates interested in applying for a position to email their letter of interest and resume recruit@kbllp.com.


Kucker & Bruh, LLP is dedicated to improving the community we serve. The firm donates annually to non-profit organizations that provide education to youth, protect families, provide services for cancer patients and the elderly, and revitalize New York City landmarks. Some organizations we donate to include, but are not limited to:

  • The American Cancer Society
  • The Battery Conservancy
  • Berwick Boys Foundation
  • Brooklyn Housing and Family Services
  • Calvary Hospital
  • Chabad Center for Jewish Discovery
  • City Meals on Wheels
  • John A. Coleman School
  • Safe Horizon