Chloé Coravos is an associate at the firm, specializing in Litigation & Dispute Resolution.
Ms. Coravos’ practice includes representing businesses, partnerships, development entities, public authorities, and individuals in a wide range of disputes including contracts, boundary line disputes, equitable actions involving title to real property, foreclosure litigation, condemnation proceedings, landlord-tenant disputes, business torts, and fiduciary duty claims. Additionally, she has advised clients in connection with internal investigations and third-party subpoenas. She has also represented clients in arbitration, mediation, and before administrative agencies.
In addition to her work with Dalton & Finegold, Ms. Coravos regularly participates in the Volunteer Lawyer for the Day Program where she represents low-income tenants and landlords in connection with Summary Process eviction proceedings.
Ms. Coravos received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Haverford College in 2006, and received her law degree from Brooklyn Law School in 2009.
Ms. Coravos is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the State of New York.