• Saul D. Bruh

  • Education

    • Brooklyn Law School
      Juris Doctor
    • Brooklyn College
      Bachelors of Arts
  • Admissions

    • New York State Courts
    • U.S. Court of Appeals (Second Circuit)
    • U.S. District Courts of Southern and Eastern Districts of New York
    • Supreme Court of the United States

Saul is a partner who co-founded Kucker & Bruh in 1984 with specialized experience in real estate law, landlord and tenant law, commercial law, business transactions and disputes, civil litigation, including ordinary and complex civil actions, and administrative law. Saul’s vast knowledge and expertise also includes substantive law in a broad range of practice areas, including construction law, zoning law and land use, intellectual property (including transactions and disputes concerning works of art, other creative works, security agreements, licensing, trade secrets and proprietary business models), art insurance, contract law, tort negligence law (remedies for damages to property, Qui Tam federal civil actions (False Claims Act), corporate law, partnership law, limited liability law and debtor/creditor law.

Saul began his career practicing administrative law, and focused on administrative procedures. He has practiced in the area of civil litigation for more than 25 years. He has earned a reputation as a premier litigator, and has won innumerable trials in state and federal trial courts. His methodical preparation, oratorical skills and powers of persuasion have enabled clients of the firm to obtain multi-million dollar verdicts in jury trials. In addition, Saul has argued and prevailed in numerous appeals at all levels.

Saul is a recognized leader in the fields of commercial and residential real property law, landlord-tenant law and dispute resolution, and frequently is called upon by other attorneys to lend his expert advice and support.