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1 Gateway Center
Newark, NJ, 07102-5310


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Award nameGrantorDate granted
Rising Star, Land Use/Zoning,Super Lawyers2007
AV RatedMartindale-HubbellN/A
Publication nameTitleDate
Real Estate New JerseyEminent Domain Update2008
New York Real Estate Journalritical info SEQRA negative declarations should contain2008
New York Real Estate JournalDefining, Regulating and Understanding Accessory Uses2008
New York Real Estate JournalAppellate Division Ruling Addresses Two Significant Issues2007
New York Real Estate JournalProtecting nonconforming uses from abandonment, etc.2007
New Jersey Law JournalThe New Rules of Redevelopment2007
New York Real Estate JournalFiling of a Land Use Decision with the Municipal Clerk's Office Beyond the 5-day Timeframe is a Loss for the Applicant and a Win for a Potential Challenger2007
New York Real Estate JournalTiming is not the only issue of concern for challenges to the issuances of a certificate of occupancy2007
NJPA Real Estate JournalNotice not required prior to issuing ordinance violation2007
New Jersey LawyerIs a 'redevelopment' designation forever?2007
New Jersey LawyerReligious Land and Institutionalized Persons Act -- A substantial burden?2006
National Law JournalTenants also have power of consent2006
New Jersey LawyerYou Can't Take That Away From Me -- Limits on the Right of Redevelopment2005
New Jersey Law JournalRecording Development Approvals2005
New Jersey Law JournalKnow What Your Client is Buying2004
New Jersey LawyerDoes Zoning Supersede Land Use Law?2003
New Jersey LawyerAfter D.L. Holdings - Plan Approvals May Expire When Local Zoning Changes2003
New Jersey Law JournalPlanning Boards Can Take Their Time: Appellate Court Rejects Default Approval Upon Planning Board's Failure to Act, Absent Bad Faith or Egregious Conduct By Board2003
Environmental Law in New YorkThe Validity of Special Use Permit and Site Plan Conditions of Approval1996
Columbia Journal of Environmental LawCoordinating Subdivision Review With New York's State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA)1994
Journal of Land Use and Environmental LawCleanup of National Priority List Sites, Functional Equivalence, and the NEPA Environmental Impact Statement1994
Municipal LawyerPlanning Board Authority to Adjourn Public Hearings1994
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Columbia University School of LawN/AN/AN/A
Washington UniversityN/AN/AN/A

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