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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Rising Star, Land Use/Zoning,||Super Lawyers||2007|
|Real Estate New Jersey||Eminent Domain Update||2008|
|New York Real Estate Journal||ritical info SEQRA negative declarations should contain||2008|
|New York Real Estate Journal||Defining, Regulating and Understanding Accessory Uses||2008|
|New York Real Estate Journal||Appellate Division Ruling Addresses Two Significant Issues||2007|
|New York Real Estate Journal||Protecting nonconforming uses from abandonment, etc.||2007|
|New Jersey Law Journal||The New Rules of Redevelopment||2007|
|New York Real Estate Journal||Filing 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 Challenger||2007|
|New York Real Estate Journal||Timing is not the only issue of concern for challenges to the issuances of a certificate of occupancy||2007|
|NJPA Real Estate Journal||Notice not required prior to issuing ordinance violation||2007|
|New Jersey Lawyer||Is a 'redevelopment' designation forever?||2007|
|New Jersey Lawyer||Religious Land and Institutionalized Persons Act -- A substantial burden?||2006|
|National Law Journal||Tenants also have power of consent||2006|
|New Jersey Lawyer||You Can't Take That Away From Me -- Limits on the Right of Redevelopment||2005|
|New Jersey Law Journal||Recording Development Approvals||2005|
|New Jersey Law Journal||Know What Your Client is Buying||2004|
|New Jersey Lawyer||Does Zoning Supersede Land Use Law?||2003|
|New Jersey Lawyer||After D.L. Holdings - Plan Approvals May Expire When Local Zoning Changes||2003|
|New Jersey Law Journal||Planning Boards Can Take Their Time: Appellate Court Rejects Default Approval Upon Planning Board's Failure to Act, Absent Bad Faith or Egregious Conduct By Board||2003|
|Environmental Law in New York||The Validity of Special Use Permit and Site Plan Conditions of Approval||1996|
|Columbia Journal of Environmental Law||Coordinating Subdivision Review With New York's State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA)||1994|
|Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law||Cleanup of National Priority List Sites, Functional Equivalence, and the NEPA Environmental Impact Statement||1994|
|Municipal Lawyer||Planning Board Authority to Adjourn Public Hearings||1994|
|Columbia University School of Law||N/A||N/A||N/A|
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