Scott L. Lanin

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Civil Litigation Attorney in New York, NY

Lanin Law P.C.
 | 505 Eighth Avenue, Suite 1402
New York, NY 10018
Phone: 332-322-0579
Fax: 646-381-3643
Selected To Super Lawyers: 2018 - 2021
Licensed Since: 1990
Practice Areas:
  • Civil Litigation: Defense (10%),
  • Creditor Debtor Rights: Consumer (40%),
  • Business Litigation (20%),
  • Bankruptcy: Consumer (10%),
  • Business/Corporate (10%),
  • Real Estate: Consumer (10%)
    Attorney Profile

    Scott L. Lanin is the managing attorney of Lanin Law P.C. in New York, New York. A top-rated, award-winning lawyer with more than 30 years of legal experience, Mr. Lanin provides unmatched representation and support to individuals and businesses throughout the greater New York City metro and all across the state who have legal needs involving any of the following:

    ·       Commercial litigation

    ·       Foreclosure

    ·       Chapter 7, 11 and 13 bankruptcy

    ·       Small business transactions

    Over the course of his legal career, Mr. Lanin has achieved considerable success assisting his business clients with protecting their rights and interests in the face of complex disputes that threaten the daily and on-going operations of their companies. A recognized leader in bankruptcy law, he has helped innumerable clients find the relief they seek from their overwhelming debt, and he has handled a number of matters involving debt remedies and collection efforts for both debtors and creditors alike.

    Regarded as among the premier attorneys in his region for his practice areas, Mr. Lanin has earned consistent top rankings and endorsements from his peers. In honor of his outstanding legal abilities, impeccable professional conduct and unwavering commitment to his clients, he has also received Superb, 10 out of 10 client ratings on Avvo along with the site's Clients' Choice award.

    Mr. Lanin graduated cum laude from New York University's Stern School of Business in 1986 with a degree in finance and management. A University Founders’ Day Scholar, he was also a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma and Phi Alpha Kappa honor societies.

    He then attended St. John's University School of Law, where he received the American Jurisprudence Award – Lawyer as Negotiator and the John J. Murphy Memorial Scholarship. He also served as a faculty research assistant, and he obtained his Juris Doctor in 1989, graduating within the top 12.5% of his class.

    Mr. Lanin is a highly active member of his legal and professional communities, and he has served as vice president of Business Networking International. He is also a licensed real estate broker in New York as served as director and vice president of the 1266 Apartment Corporation. He is a member of the Bankruptcy Lawyers Network and the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys as well as other professional organizations devoted to bankruptcy.

    Among his other professional affiliations, Mr. Lanin is also a member of the American Bar Association's Litigation Section, where he has served on a number of committees, as well as the Nassau County Bar Association's Bankruptcy Committee and Homeless Advocacy Program. He has also published articles and conducted lectures and seminars across his region and throughout the country on a variety of legal topics.

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    Practice Areas
    • 10%Civil Litigation: Defense
    • 40%Creditor Debtor Rights: Consumer
    • 20%Business Litigation
    • 10%Bankruptcy: Consumer
    • 10%Business/Corporate
    • 10%Real Estate: Consumer
    Focus Areas

    Collections, Foreclosure, Loan Modifications, Bankruptcy Law, Short Sale


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    Super Lawyers: 2018 - 2021

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    About Scott Lanin

    Admitted: 1990, New York

    Professional Webpage:


    • St. John’s University School Of Law, J.D., June 1989, Top 12.5% of class, John J. Murphy Memorial Scholarship, American Jurisprudence Award– Lawyer as Negotiator
    • Dean's List, St. John's University School of Law, 1987
    • University Founders’ Day Scholar Award (Top 5%), New York University Stern School of Business, 1986
    • Leaders in Litigation Certificate, American Bar Association, 1998
    • International Executive Guild
    • Law Review, St. John's University School of Law, 1987
    • Dean's List, St. John's University School of Law, 1988
    • Beta Gamma Sigma - Business Management Honors Society, New York University Stern School of Business, 1986
    • Rated 10 out of 10 by Avvo in May 2016 and received Top Attorney and Client's Choice Awards., Top Attorney - Client's Choice Award, Avvo, 2016
    • International Who's Who
    • Dean's List, St. John's University School of Law, 1989
    • Faculty Research Assistant Program Award, St. John's University School of Law, 1989
    • Phi Alpha Kappa - Finance Honor Society, New York University Stern School of Business, 1986
    • 10 Best - 2016 Client Satisfaction Award, 10 Best, American Institute of Bankruptcy Attorneys, 2016

    Special Licenses/Certifications:

    • Martial Arts Instructor - 2d Degree Black Belt Korean Karate, Howard Lee Karate Institute, 1989
    • Licensed New York State Real Estate Broker, 2015
    • Licensed Martial Arts Instructor - 3rd Dan Black Belt, International Taekwon-do Federation, Spain / Team USA Taekwon-do Fitness, Fort Lee, NJ (2015 - 2016) - Teach adults and children self-defense, taekwon-do techniques and principles, and cardio kickboxing., 2016

    Bar/Professional Activity:

    • United States Court of Appeals 2nd Circuit  
    • American Bar Association: Litigation Section: Bankruptcy And Insolvency Committee and Trial Practice Committee; Business Law Section; And Law Practice Management Section (1990-2007)
    • American Bankruptcy Institute, (2002-2006)
    • Business Networking International Manhattan Top 5% Chapter 53 (2016-2019); Chapter 3 - Vice President (2011-2016)
    • Bankruptcy Lawyers Bar Association of the City of New York, 1990-1993
    • US Bankruptcy Court for Southern District of New York, Eastern District of New York, Northern District of New York, Western District of New York
    • Bankruptcy Lawyers Network
    • Eastern Association of Equipment Lessors, 1996-2001
    • US District Court for Southern District of New York, Eastern District of New York, Northern District of New York, Western District of New York
    • National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
    • New York State Bar Association, Commercial and Federal Litigation Section; and Real Property Section
    • New York, 1989
    • Pro hac vice appearances in CT, DE, FL, OR, IL, MI, and NJ
    • Commercial Law League of America: Bankruptcy & Insolvency Committee; Creditors’ Rights Committee
    • Turnaround Management Association, Long Island Chapter, 1996-2001

    Pro bono/Community Service:

    • Member of Creditor and Bankruptcy categories (formerly
    • Director and Vice President 1266 Apartment Corporation (Horizon House: co-operative corporation with over $100 million in assets, 6 hi-rises, 1266 units, 32 acres and 115 employees (2002-2005)
    • American Diabetes Association, Member
    • American Bankruptcy Institute, (2002-2006)
    • Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, Member
    • International Diabetic Athletes Association, Member
    • Attorney Mentor to Paralegal Students - Teach college students from Berkeley College paralegal skills in internships (2009 to present) (
    • Homeless Advocacy Program, 1991-1997
    • Director and Vice President, 1266 Apartment Corporation
    • Avvo - Pro Bono advice. Avvo Rated Excellent. Expert contributor on Avvo Legal Question & Answer Forum - respond to legal questions posted by members of the community, (2015 - present)
    • Attorney Mentor to Law Students and Paralegal Students - Teach law students litigation, foreclosure and law office management skills for externships through Brooklyn Law School, Cardozo Law School, St. John's University School of Law, and Berkeley College (2009 to 2019), 2019
    • Creditor And Bankruptcy Categories (formerly - Pro Bono Advice (1999-2000).  Rated Best of the Best.
    • Judge, Civil Trial Institute St. John’s University School Of Law School (1996)

    Scholarly Lectures/Writings:

    • Avvo Expert Contributor (Volunteer Pro Bono – Question & Answer Panel)
    • Commercial Law League of America: Bankruptcy & Insolvency Committee; Creditors’ Rights Committee; and Contributing Author – Bankruptcy & Insolvency Newsletter (1996-2001)
    • Moot Court Judge – Oral Arguments At Touro Law School (April 2020)
    • New York Recognizes Exception to Waiver of Attorney-Client Privilege, 62 St. John’s Law Review 752 (1988)
    • New York Foreclosure Law Blog (2007 - present) Solutions and strategies for mortgage problems in New York. The longest running attorney blog in New York on debtor creditor issues for homeowners (10 years). Various articles concerning Foreclosure Defense Litigation, Loan Modification, Mortgage Workouts, and Bankruptcy. This blog is currently being moved to, Author, New York Foreclosure Law Blog
    • Foreclosure Guide For The New York Homeowner
    • New York Business & Real Estate Litigator Blog (2012 - present) The martial art of commercial litigation. This blog is currently being transferred to, Author, New York Business & Real Estate Litigator Blog
    • Scott conducted an Access MCLE seminar in a national CLE course for other attorneys entitled “How To Handle Commercial Litigation and Keep Your Clients Happy.” (Drafting and recording is in progress.), Seminar, 2015
    • Scott conducted an online seminar for Access MCLE to teach New York Foreclosure Law., Teacher/Presenter, Access MCLE, 2018
    • Contributing Author – Bankruptcy & Insolvency Newsletter, 1996-2001
    • Pre-Printed Invoice Terms, Course Of Dealing, And Possession Of Goods Did Not Give Creditor A Security Interest Under Articles 2 Or 9 Of The UCC, Commercial Law League Association, Bankruptcy and Insolvency Section Newsletter, Vol. 13, Issue 10, pp.1-4, April 1999


    • Our client filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy because he had experienced a reduction in his income and had accumulated credit card debt. We successfully confirmed a Chapter 13 repayment plan that allowed him to keep his assets and only repay a small percentage of his debts. The remainder of the debts will be discharged upon completion of the plan., 2014
    • Lanin Law P.C. won an appeal in the Appellate Division, First Department which reversed an order of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, County of New York, which had granted summary judgment in favor of a lender in an action to foreclose a home., 2019
    • Lanin Law P.C. Defeated Citimortgage's second motion for summary judgment in a foreclosure action in the Westchester Supreme Court, 2019
    • Our client filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy after being unable to pay credit card debts.  We successfully filed a Chapter 7 case That allowed the client to keep nonexempt assets and discharge all of the debt., 2015
    • Clients live in Nassau County, Long Island. They were being foreclosed by Citi in a case that was several years old. The clients/homeowners had defaulted in the action by failing to answer the summons and complaint. In 2015, the bank had agreed to a trial payment plan in writing and committed to make a permanent loan modification agreement if the homeowner's made 3 payments. They actually made 6 payments that were accepted. Then the bank ignored the agreement and filed a motion for a final judgment of foreclosure and sale that would permit them to schedule an auction of the home. Scott opposed the motion with affidavits, a exhibits, and a memorandum of law that briefed the legal arguments, including that the lender had breached an agreement to modify the loan. The lender's counsel withdrew it's motion and backed down., 2016
    • Represented European American Bank to collect a $1 million bank loan. Obtained a TRO and an order of attachment in the Supreme Court (Manhattan) against the borrower’s receivables. The borrower moved to Florida and used the collateral to wrongfully acquire a condo. When he filed Chapter 7, the bank commenced an adversary proceeding in Florida. Scott conducted a trial and defeated the homestead exemption and blocked discharge based on dishonest and fraudulent conduct.  EAB v. Lapes, 254 BR 501.
    • Dispute over a common driveway between two homes in Brooklyn. Our clients’ neighbor sued them in the Kings Supreme Court seeking a declaratory judgment and an injunction. The plaintiffs wanted to use the easement for cars. Scott reviewed the conveying language in deeds for several decades. The plaintiff moved for summary judgment and contempt (for putting up a sign that said no parking, alleging that it violated a prior stipulation). Scott opposed both motions and defeated them after oral argument., 2015
    • Client went through 5 lawyers before Scott. She owned a rental property in the Bronx. She had fallen behind with her mortgage and worked out a forbearance agreement. She made the payments by Western Union but the lender rejected them and attempted to foreclose. Scott moved to stay a foreclosure sale, to permit a late answer, and to vacate her default. The Bronx Supreme Court granted the motion, dismissed the foreclosure action, and vacated the lis pendens., 2012
    • Our client filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy because her income was going to be reduced and she had trouble paying her mortgage loan on her home in Brooklyn. We successfully confirmed a Chapter 13 repayment plan that solved her problem., 2013
    • Filed action in NY Supreme Court for H.O. Penn Machinery, Co. Inc. to recover on invoices and guaranty. Defendant filed an answer with counterclaims. We moved to dismiss 23 counterclaims and court granted motion and dismissed 22 of the claims. Then defendant settled the case and paid the balance due., 2016
    • Won case for a client who lives in California and was sued by her ex-boyfriend in the New York Supreme Court in Manhattan. They have a daughter together. She brought a paternity suit in California and was awarded support against him. In a retaliatory suit, he alleged that she converted his investment accounts and interfered with them. She denied this completely. We moved to dismiss the case based on a lack of long-arm jurisdiction and won a heavily contested motion after oral argument., 2013
    • This matter involved a contested partition action in the Kings County Supreme Court (Brooklyn). Our client inherited property along with some family members. All of the co-owners wanted to sell the property but one refused. A partition action was commenced. Ultimately, after conferences and motions, the court ruled in favor of the owners who wanted to sell, including our client. The property was sold at a public auction for a price that far exceeded expectations. Our client was very happy with the result., 2015
    • Client is the co-owner of a home in Franklin County, NY. They had both tried to modify their mortgage for years. The lender continued to foreclose. The client had not answered because of the pending settlement negotiations. When the lender tried to proceed with an auction, Scott filed an emergency order to show cause to allow a late answer, to vacate the judgment of foreclosure and sale that had been granted on default and to stay the sale. The court granted a TRO to stop the sale., 2015
    • Our client filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy because she was self-employed and her freelance work had declined to the point where her income was not sufficient to make the payments due on her credit cards. We successfully confirmed a Chapter 13 repayment plan that allowed her to keep her assets and pay back only a small percentage of her debts. The remainder of the debts will be discharged upon completion of the plan., 2012
    • Client owned $14 million building in the Bronx. Came to Scott on a Thursday. Scott filed an order to show cause in the Supreme Court on a Friday and appeared in court the next Monday and negotiated a court order with the lender's counsel and Judge to stop a foreclosure sale that was scheduled for Tuesday., 2016
    • Settled breach of contract arising out of a real estate contract to purchase a co-op in Brooklyn NY. Our client received her $42,000 deposit back., 2016
    • As counsel to European American Bank, Scott handled an action against Chase Bank for conversion under the Uniform Commercial Code. Scott defeated Chase Bank’s motion to dismiss the conversion claim under CPLR 32111. The action was ultimately settled.  
    • Client sought our help after his home was already sold at a foreclosure sale. He lived there with his elderly parent, his wife and several children. The judgment of foreclosure was entered on default. Scott prepared and filed an emergency order to show cause. The Westchester Supreme Court signed the order to show cause and issued a temporary restraining order stopping the lender and its lawyers from trying to transfer the property or evict our clients.


    • Obtained trial payment plans; negotiated settlement agreements for cash for keys with waiver of deficiency judgment balances in foreclosure actions., 2019
    • Obtained trial payment plans and permanent loan modifications for clients to stop foreclosure, save their homes, and give them affordable monthly payments with a new amortization schedule., 2018
    • Obtained trial payment plans and permanent loan modifications for clients to stop foreclosure, save their homes, and give them affordable monthly payments with a new amortization schedule.
    • 1990 to present: Handled many mortgage loan workouts for clients in residential and commercial matters. Negotiated and drafted consolidation and modification agreements. Handled loan modifications to help homeowners save their homes under the HAMP program and other in-house loss-mitigation programs through mortgage lenders and servicers. Represented startups in forming business and drafting operating agreements.  Drafted and negotiated commercial contracts, installment agreements, and commercial leases.
    • Drafted Operating Agreement and Rider for Limited Liability Company that is in the recruitment business., 2016
    • Obtained trial payment plan and permanent loan modification agreement for client to save her home and make her reduced mortgage payments affordable., 2016
    • Handled commercial lease negotiations for a doctor opening a dialysis center., 2015
    • Review and drafted clauses for credit installment agreements, guarantees, and other contracts for H.O. Penn Machinery Co., Inc., largest dealer of Caterpillar Construction Equipment on the U.S. East Coast., 2016
    • Our client, who is a certified public accountant, formed a partnership with several doctors in a new business venture to create an adult social center in Mount Vernon in Westchester New York. The entity wished to lease a commercial space to operate the business.  Our firm handled extensive negotiations and drafting of the commercial lease which was agreed upon by the landlord and our client., 2015
    • Reviewed client contract used by NY wedding video production company for weddings in Mexico., 2016

    Representative Clients:

    • 1990 to Present: Litigation and corporate outside counsel to H.O.Penn Machinery, Co., Inc. for 25 years - the largest dealer of Caterpillar construction equipment and generators on the US East Coast who also provided generators for the World Trade Center post 9/11.   Represented a wide variety of individual and corporate clients, including large companies, lenders, and finance companies including - The Greater New York Savings Bank (now part of Astoria Federal), Broadway Mall CIT Group (largest asset based lender), Shinhan Bank America f/k/a CMB America Bank, successor in interest to Chohung Bank of New York, Citibank, European American Bank (“EAB”) (merged into Citibank in 2001), Bank of the West (As Of Counsel to Lofaro and Reiser LLP), G.E. Capital – Phoenixcor, Inc. (A leading U.S. equipment leasing and finance company), Keltic Financial Partners LP (A finance company providing asset based loans to domestic privately owned or public companies with sales ranging from $5 million to $75 million), RCC Finance Group Ltd. (Privately held equipment leasing company established in 1980 that handled secured leasing products ranging in size from $500,000 to $50,000,000), National Settlement Agency (Mortgage Closings and lender related services), Wintrade, Inc. and Wintrade Holding Corp. (A broker-dealer, NASD/SIPC member, One World Trade Center), Old Kent Bank (based in Michigan), Rodier Corp. (French perfume and clothing retailer with international locations), The Money Store of New York, General Electric Capital Corp., GE Capital Modular Space, GE Capital Fleet Services, Caterpillar Financial Services Corp., Mitsubishi Motors Credit Of America, Inc., BMW Financial Services, Inc., Sovereign Bank f/k/a Fleet Funding, NationsBank f/k/a Oxford Resources, Tilden Financial Corp., National Westminster Bank, Dime Savings Bank, New York National Bank, Home Federal Savings Bank, Chemical Bank, First Union Bank of Florida, The Prudential Bank and Trust Company, Fleet Bank, Key Bank, Mobil Oil, Sony, The Equitable Life Assurance Company, Chubb Insurance, General Growth Properties for Broadway Mall in Hicksville, Long Island (2d largest shopping mall operator in US), Stuart Gelberg, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Trustee, Alan Helfand, As Chapter 7 Trustee, Charles Strain, As Bankruptcy Examiner, and Eli Wager, Retired Nassau Supreme Court Judge, As Receiver and As Guardian. Personally appointed as receiver of commercial property on Long Island in the 1990's by Nassau County Supreme Court. Represented numerous homeowners and saved residential homes from foreclosure since 1990 with foreclosure defense litigation in Supreme Court of the State of New York in counties throughout the state, in Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of New York in Westbury, Hauppauge, Brooklyn and Central Islip, and in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York in Manhattan and White Plains, and with in-court and out-of-court settlements to solve mortgage and tax arrears, and with forbearance agreements and with mortgage loan modifications under the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) and non-HAMP modifications with lenders and banks. Represented individual and corporate owners of commercial real estate in foreclosure defense litigation. Counsel to Camp NYDA (New York Diabetes Association) Alumni Association.

    Other Outstanding Achievements:

    • Training since 1984 in multiple styles of martial arts including Taekwon-Do, Korean Karate, Kenpo Karate, Muay Thai, Jeet Kune Do, and Kickboxing; Instructor since 1987. 3rd Degree black belt in ITF Taekwon-Do. Internationally certified ITF Taekwon-do instructor. 2d degree Black Belt in Karate., 2019
    • Judge, Civil Trial Institute St. John’s University School Of Law School (1996)
    • Rating of 10 out 10 on Avvo - May 2016. Awarded Top Attorney and Client's Choice in the areas of Foreclosure, Litigation, Bankruptcy and Business Law., 2019
    • Approved Access MCLE instructor. Taught online courses on Commercial Litigation in New York and on Foreclosure Law in New York for other attorney to obtain their mandatory continuing education credits., 2019


    • An Attorney Who Can Fight for Real. My name is Scott Lanin. I'm a commercial litigation attorney in New York. Commercial litigation involves business and real estate disputes. I represent businesses and individuals in state federal and bankruptcy courts. I've been handling this area of law my entire career. I've been training in various martial arts for 34 years I've done karate, kickboxing, boxing and taekwon-do. I have a second degree black belt in karate and a third degree black belt in taekwon-do. It's made me a better attorney. There are many similarities between litigation and martial arts and, in many ways, litigation is a martial art. Both require hard work, discipline, persistence, and patience, attention to detail and strategy, and creative thinking. Martial arts have given me the ability to stay calm inside the storm and not to panic under pressure. It's taught me to avoid confrontation, to fight aggressively when I need to, and to attack when the opportunity is there. You have to be able to adapt and overcome weakness and obstacles I'm used to adversity and overcoming barriers just like my clients face. I found out I had diabetes when I was 12 but I didn't let that stop me from doing martial arts or anything. I just viewed it as an inconvenience, not an excuse. All of my clients have obstacles and problems of their own. I try to help them find the solution that works best for them. Lawyers and martial artists share a moral and an ethical code. In Taekwon-do, we teach five principles: courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self-control, and indomitable spirit, which means to have the courage never to give up even in the face of overwhelming odds. My clients call me the Blackbelt Litigator. They know that when I protect their rights, I'm an attorney who can fight for real. Scott Lanin, Esq.Lanin Law P.C.505 8th AvenueSuite 1402New York, N.Y. 10018(212) 764-7250 x 201, [email protected], Scott Lanin, Esq. - The Blackbelt Litigator, Businesses And Individuals In Disputes Involving Business, Collection, Contracts, Fraud, Mortgage Foreclosure And Other Areas., Real Estate, 2019


    • Electronic newsletter for businesses and homeowners to a subscriber list. Covers Foreclosure Defense and Commercial Litigation., Blackbelt Litigator®

    Educational Background:

    • New York University Stern School Of Business, B.S. Finance And Management Cum Laude; Top 5%; GPA 3.64/4.0; Dean’s List; University Founders’ Day Scholar; Beta Gamma Sigma (Management Honor Society); Phi Alpha Kappa (Finance Honor Society)., 1986

    Industry Groups

    • Creditor And Bankruptcy Categories (formerly
    • American Bankruptcy Institute(2002-2006)
    • American Bar Association: Litigation Section: Bankruptcy And Insolvency Committee
    • And Trial Practice Committee; Business Law Section; And Law Practice Management Section (1990-2007)
    • Bankruptcy Lawyers Bar Association Of The City Of New York (1990-1993)
    • Bankruptcy Lawyers Network
    • Business Networking International (Vice President Chapter 3 2013-2015)
    • Business Networking International - Manhattan Chapter 53 (2016)
    • Civil Trial Institute St. John’s University School Of Law School (1996)
    • Commercial And Banking Litigation Committee
    • Commercial And Federal Litigation Section; And Real Property Section
    • Commercial Law League Of America: Bankruptcy & Insolvency Committee; Creditors’ Rights Committee
    • International Executive Guild
    • International Who’s Who
    • Judge
    • Long Island Chapter (1996-2001)
    • Nassau County Bar Association: Bankruptcy Committee; And Homeless Advocacy Program (1991-1997)
    • National Association Of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (8/7/05 To 4/27/10)
    • New York State Bar Association
    • Turnaround Management Association
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    Office Location for Scott L. Lanin

    505 Eighth Avenue
    Suite 1402
    New York, NY 10018

    Phone: 332-322-0579

    Fax: 646-381-3643

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