| Terrence Oved|
Oved and Oved PC
| Law, Real Estate Law, First Amendment|
Founder, Chairman and CEO
Terrence Oved is an American lawyer who practices in real estate, fashion, and business law. He is a chairman and founding partner at Oved and Oved LLP, a multidisciplinary law firm.
Terrence Oved Wikipedia
Oved graduated from New York University’s School of Business with honors. Oved received a law degree from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University.
In 2012, Oved defended Jeffrey Jah, former owner of New York nightclub Double Seven, in a lawsuit regarding a fight between Adam Hock and Pierre Casiraghi and friends. Oved has spoken publicly about the inconsistent line between freedom of speech and prosecutable online threats. Oved has also been vocally against the decision by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) requiring title companies to divulge information about clients purchasing real estate through cash-only deals. When the historic Adas Yisroel Anshe Meztritch Synagogue board developed a plan to save the synagogue by selling condos in the upstairs section to pay for a renovation, Oved advised in favor of the condo deal. His rationale was that in exchange for providing the congregation with a place to worship, the condo deal is a proactive and clever arrangement. Oved publicly commented on the New York City Department of Finance’s updated requirements for shell companies to disclose every member in real estate transactions. The move was intended to prevent city residents from using shell corporations to evade city income taxes. Oved contended that the issue was less about disclosing the legal ownership of a real estate property, and should instead focus on requiring stricter and more specific reporting requirements for LLCs.