|New Jersey Law Journal||Adapting to a Changing World -- Does the Doctrine of 'Adverse Possession' Still Have a Place in Modern Real Estate Law||2006|
|New Jersey Law Journal||"Comity: More Than a Courtesy, Less Than an Obligation||2005|
|New Jersey Law Journal||Abandonment of Easement Tough to Prove||2005|
|New Jersey Law Journal||Implied and Non-Consensual Easements||2005|
|New Jersey Law Journal||When Surveyors Differ, Whose is the 'Accurate Survey'||2004|
|New Jersey Law Journal||Legal Fictions and Mortgage Foreclosures||2004|
|New Jersey Law Journal||In Adverse Possession Law, 'Hostility'both a Chameleon and a Phoenix||2003|
|New Jersey Law Journal||Proper Record Notice Is Key To Protecting Judgments on Litigated Title Issues||2002|
|New Jersey Law Journal||Disrupting More Than a Half Century of Accepted Law||2001|
|New Jersey Law Journal||The Importance of Recording Final Real Estate Judgments||2000|
|New Jersey Law Journal||An Unrecorded Non-Money Judgment That Affects Title to Real Property -- Who's Going to Know?||2000|
|New Jersey Law Journal||Dollar Deeds: A Harbinger of Peril to the Title Industry||1999|
|St John's University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1974|
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