Awards + Recognitions
Tiffany is an associate in the firm’s Real Estate, Corporate and Finance Practice groups. Her practice includes all aspects of transactional real estate law including M&A, joint ventures and leasing.

Before joining Cuddy & Feder, Tiffany worked as an associate with a New York City law firm where she counseled developers, REITs, private funds and individuals on various projects including mixed use, retail and residential properties. She worked cross-functionally on all aspects of sophisticated commercial real estate transactions by facilitating entity formation, drafting operating agreements, joint venture agreements, corporate bylaws, and other organizational documents. Previously, Tiffany served as in-house counsel and summer associate for a Hartford, CT financial group and clerked with a Hartford, CT law firm.


  • University of Connecticut School of Law, J.D. with a Certificate in Tax Law
  • LaSalle University, Philadelphia, M.B.A
  • Stony Brook University, B.S.
  • Fashion Institute of Technology, magna cum laude, Associate


  • New York
  • Connecticut

Awards + Recognitions

  • UConn Law Tax Clinic; CALI Award



  • In her spare time, Tiffany enjoys archery, collecting antique woodware and metalware, and playing violin.
Cuddy & Feder’s Cannabis Law Practice group attorneys Kristen Motel, Sharon Cooper, Richard Sandor, Tiffany Montouth, and Maximillian Mahalek submitted comments on New York’s draft Adult-Use Cannabis regulations to the New York State Office of Cannabis Management (OCM).
Tenants may be unaware that they are leasing or renting property that may have a propensity for flooding during heavy rainstorms. As such, the Westchester County Board of Legislators has passed a new local law that aims to bridge that flooding information gap between landlords and tenants.