Experienced in handling a wide array of transactional matters and litigation, as well as providing strategic guidance for businesses & local government entities alike, we offer more than the traditional “general practice.”
Practice Areas include:
- Intellectual Property. We develop comprehensive, strategic plans for policing & protecting intellectual property for creative entrepreneurs & arts organizations. With a holistic approach to IP, we are able to guide clients from inception through registration, policing and prosecution of IP claims.
- Land Use & Real Estate. Whether representing developers, local governments, individual property owners or tenants, we offer a variety of real property-related services with varied billing models, including competitive hourly rates, flat fees and contingency-based fees. Our work includes serving as counsel for and/or appearing before local land use boards, redevelopment agencies, housing authorities, and rent control boards. We have a broad range of experience in commercial & residential real estate transactions, foreclosure litigation, and landlord/tenant matters. Additionally, we possess significant experience in pursuing property tax appeals on behalf of our clients. Moving to/from/within Haddonfield, NJ? Learn more about one of our our niche offerings here: The Haddonfield Hop.
- Local Government Law. Years of work on behalf of and before local government entities enables our office to serve as a competent & knowledgeable advocate in this area. We pride ourselves in transparency and compliance with OPMA, OPRA, and other relevant statutes during all phases of representation. Also of considerable value to our clients is our ability to deftly navigate government regulations and provide strategic guidance related to securing approvals, seeking grant funding and/or positioning projects for success in local communities.
- Small Business & Non-Profit Representation. We provide strategic business consultations for organizations large and small, and proudly serve the general counsel function for those organizations that are too small to maintain in-house counsel, but simply can’t afford to ignore the myriad of legal issues facing them, including entity formation, board membership, employment law, intellectual property, contracts, real estate, internet & social media, etc.
For a list of representative clients, past & present, click here.