Newark, New Jersey Real Estate Lawyers
Bruce E. Gudin, currently counsel to the New Jersey Property Owners Association (http://www.poanj.org/), was admitted to practice law in 1989 after graduating from Yeshiva University's Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Mr. Gudin attended undergraduate at Farleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, New Jersey and C.W. Post in Long Island, NY where he received his B.S. Degree Magna Cum Laude in business. While attending C.W. Post he was awarded the Wall Street Journal Award for outstanding academic performance. Since graduating law school Mr. Gudin has been a frequent lecturer on the subjects of Debtor and Creditor Law, Credit and Collections...
(973) 854-6704 60 Park Place
Newark, NJ 07102
Newark, NJ 07102
Richard B. Linderman is a partner in Herrick's Community Association Practice Group. He concentrates his practice on advising condominiums, cooperatives, and homeowner associations on matters including daily operations, the creation and enforcement of restrictive covenants and regulations, developer transition, fair housing compliance, construction defects, and civil litigation. Richard has successfully represented community associations in numerous litigations, including the defense of executive boards, complex construction suits, and consumer related matters. Richard is a frequent lecturer to homeowners, property managers, and industry professionals on topics relating to community associations, corporate governance and assessment collections. His articles have been published in Community Trends® magazine....
Although my firm practices in several different fields of law, my expertise is primarily in Mortgage Foreclosure Defense,Divorce & Family Law, Bankruptcy, and Mortgage loan modification. In terms of divorce law, I have a unique prospective from both my personal and professional experience that few other attorneys can match. To me, each case is personal, each client is a person, never just a file number.
Scott Terry has more than twenty-five years of experience in all aspects of real estate law, including acquisitions, leasing, financings, loan workouts, foreclosures, and cooperative and condominium law. He has represented both individuals and developers in their real estate transactions. Scott also provides representation for estate administration and municipal court matters.
For over 5 years, Alan Lubiner has worked as an Immigration Officer and Attorney for the Immigration and Naturalization Service. Not only that, but he once served individuals and companies as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney in special prosecutions and contributed to the drafting of immigration legislation for the Select Commission on Immigration in Washington, D.C. Alan Lubiner takes on cases in all types of immigration law. These areas include change of status, priority workers and extraordinary ability aliens, non-immigrant and immigrant visas, citizenship, and deportation cases.
Fredi Pearlmutter has a broad range of experience advising, negotiating and representing corporations, developers, municipalities and individuals in private and government environmental proceedings, including brownfields, Industrial Site Recovery Act compliance, environmental permitting, wetlands and land use regulation, defense of penalties, Superfund actions and environmental coverage matters.
Vito Pinto advises companies of all sizes with respect to regulatory and compliance matters to ensure adherence to applicable domestic and foreign laws and regulations. His real estate practice includes the acquisition, development and disposition of commercial real estate and commercial leasing transactions as well as the negotiation of commercial real estate deals.
Thomas Sateary concentrates his practice in the areas of automotive law, contract law, defense of automobile distributors and dealers against breach of warranty and “lemon law” actions. He also represents applicants before municipal planning boards and zoning boards of adjustment.
David Hardin concentrates his practice in the areas of wills, trusts and estates, corporate law and real estate law. His professional practice focuses on advising individual and corporate clients with respect to estate and gift tax planning and estate administration, acquisitions and sales of real estate, and the formation and operation of business enterprises. David is a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. He served a term as Chair of the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association. Prior to holding that position, he served as a Section...
Robert Burney concentrates his practice in business and financial transactions, commercial real estate, and health care law and represents clients in the purchase and sale of businesses and business assets, the formation of business entities, and the debt and equity financing of businesses. Rob represents banks, insurance companies, and business clients in secured credit transactions, including residential and commercial construction, real estate financing, commercial credit facilities, maritime lending, and tax-exempt bond financing.