Matthew J. Ingber

Senior Associate & Manager of Zoning and Land Use
Matthew J. Ingber

Matthew J. Ingber


Matthew represents national fast food chains, gasoline station retailers and alternative energy companies in all matters involving land use and zoning. He also counsels clients in commercial and residential transactional real estate matters.

Prior to Joining Brown Altman & DiLeo, LLP, Matthew represented commercial lenders in mortgage default litigation and appeared before New York Supreme Court’s on Long Island, Westchester and the five boroughs.


  • Obtained variance approvals to develop side-by-side drive-thrus for national fast food companies
  • Obtained approvals in the Town of Brookhaven, Town of Hempstead and the Village of Port Washington North for alternative energy development
  • Represented petroleum retailers obtain approval for change of zones, special permits and variances to develop gasoline station and convenience stores


  • Protecting the Benefit of a Seller’s Bargain in Real Estate Contracts, 30 TOURO L. REV. 761 (2014)
  • Paddling in Mr. Potter’s Backyard: Navigating New York’s Navigable-in-Fact Doctrine, 32 TOURO L. REV. 453 (2016)


  • Land Use & Zoning
  • Real Estate Developers
  • Litigation


  • JD., 2015, Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, Summa cum laude
    • Touro Law Review, Issue Editor
    • Recipient of the CALI Award for Academic Excellence: Constitutional Law I and II; American Legal History; New York Practice; Sales; First Amendment Seminar: Business Organizations; Trusts & Estates
  • B.A., 2010, State University of New York at Albany