Meet Our Attorneys
Stephan C. Nikoloff earned his law degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law (J.D. 2005), and is a magna cum laude graduate of the Katz School of Business at the University of Pittsburgh (B.S.B.A. 2002). Mr. Nikoloff has focused his practice primarily on litigation, beginning in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, as a bankruptcy litigator. In that capacity Mr. Nikoloff represented both debtors and creditors in Federal and state court. Since moving to Florida, Mr. Nikoloff has spent his career at the firm, litigating on behalf of community associations throughout the Tampa Bay area with much success. Mr. Nikoloff is well-versed in all aspects and stages of litigation, including trials. He has successfully litigated and upheld challenged “fifty-five and older” provisions, “no pet” policies, including overcoming a reasonable accommodation argument, and architectural control standards. Mr. Nikoloff has a proven track record of litigating collections matters as well, obtaining judgments and collecting funds for clients. In addition to litigation, Mr. Nikoloff has participated in complex mediations involving multiple associations, aiding clients in obtaining favorable results without the need for costly litigation. Through the litigation and enforcement of many communities’ covenants, Mr. Nikoloff is very familiar with how courts interpret documents and has used that knowledge to help communities draft amendments and has also drafted original governing documents, amendments and other covenants and restrictions. Outside of the office, Mr. Nikoloff is a member of the Board of Directors of the Community Associations Institute, Suncoast Chapter, serving as chapter president in 2018, as well as a frequent speaker and presenter on community association issues.
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Tiffany A. Grant is a proud “Double Gator,” being a cum laude graduate of the University of Florida Warrington College of Business (B.S. 2002), and earning her law degree with honors from the University of Florida Levin College of Law (J.D. 2006), where she earned a certification in the area of estate planning. In addition to providing general counsel to our community association clients, Ms. Grant focuses her practice on real property issues, large-scale document amendment projects and detailed opinion letters. Ms. Grant is well versed in the Marketable Record Title Act (“MRTA”) and its potentially disastrous impact on homeowner associations, and has successfully guided dozens of clients through MRTA document preservations and revitalizations throughout Pinellas, Pasco and Hillsborough counties. Ms. Grant is also a frequent presenter on legal panels and LCAM continuing education courses through CAI, and prides herself on staying abreast of the constantly evolving community association laws.
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Daniel J. Greenberg graduated with honors from the University of Florida (B.A. 2002), having achieved his degree in History with a Sociology minor, and spending a summer studying abroad at Utrecht University in The Netherlands. Mr. Greenberg earned his law degree from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law (J.D. 2005), where he completed a dedicated course of study in the school’s top-rated alternative dispute resolution program, earning a Certificate in Dispute Resolution, and achieving a CALI Award (top in class) in Negotiation. Mr. Greenberg has carried his dispute resolution expertise into his community association practice, successfully handling mediation and arbitration matters and finding creative solutions to complex issues. Mr. Greenberg also represents communities on collection matters and promotes an active approach by the Association’s Board of Directors in developing and consistently applying collection policies and practices aimed at keeping Association finances in the black. Mr. Greenberg’s proactive approach extends to his day-to-day counseling of clients, including the drafting and enforcement of policies regarding violations, fair housing compliance, records inspection and retention and Board operations. Mr. Greenberg is an active member of the CAI Suncoast Chapter and the Tampa Bay Stress Relievers, and frequently presents continuing education courses for property managers.
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Kaley R. Witeck graduated cum laude from Stetson University College of Law in May 2018 and earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Florida in Telecommunications with a minor in Business Administration. While in law school, Ms. Witeck served as the Marketing Editor for the Stetson Law Review, was a Stetson Ambassador, and was elected by her peers to be a class representative in The Calvin Kuenzel Student Bar Association. She also served as the Vice President of the Food Law Society and was a research assistant to Professor Lance Long, where she researched the use of the necessity defense in environmental civil disobedience cases. Ms. Witeck has had experience working and interning in various legal settings, such as with a sole practitioner, large law firm, and in-house for IRONMAN. Additionally, she is the co-author of an article that was published in the January/February 2018 issue of Forest Landowner Magazine. Ms. Witeck grew up in Palm Harbor, Florida and is the most recent addition to our team.