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Anton Lender joined DeCotiis, FitzPatrick, Cole & Giblin, LLP as a member of its Redevelopment, Land Use, Commercial Real Estate and Municipal Law practices.
Lendor brings extensive legal experience concerning the designation of redevelopment areas and plans and has defended various challenges to redevelopment in court. A skilled negotiator, Lendor has taken the lead on several redevelopment and related financial agreements for private and public clients alike. He has also appeared before land-use boards on behalf his clients and serves on the City of Newark's Zoning Board.
With an engineering background, Lendor gives the firm an additional set of eyes… Continue
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DeCotiis, FitzPatrick, Cole & Giblin, LLP's Health Care Practice has counseled dozens of physicians and other health care professionals on how to address ethics complaints, medical board inquiries and legal actions to help them protect their reputations and their careers. The firm is pleased to announce that another local physician is able to get back to keeping his patients healthy after a complaint put his medical staff privileges at risk.
Susan Fruchtman, Esq., a distinguished member of our firm's Health Care Practice, defended a physician whose medical staff privileges were challenged by a Hudson County hospital. The physician, an obstetrician… Continue
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June 25, 2014, 3:42 PM
Last updated: Wednesday, June 25, 2014, 11:10 PM
BY PETER J. SAMPSON
Samantha Perelman and James Cohen in Superior Court during the
A bitter, long-running court case that pitted two powerful and wealthy families against each other over a multimillion-dollar inheritance ended on Wednesday with a judge's ruling that the granddaughter of the late Hudson News patriarch Robert Cohen does not deserve a bigger share of his estate.
In a 119-page opinion, a Superior Court judge in… Continue
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Jersey City's top attorney under former Mayor Jerramiah Healy has landed a gig at law firm DeCotiis, FitzPatrick, Cole & Giblin, a big supporter of Healy rival Mayor Steve Fulop.
Bill Matsikoudis, 42, will work for the law firm along with Derek Fanciullo, who left City Hall after Fulop took over last year. The law firm announced the personnel move today.
"The DeCotiis firm is always looking to grow and add the brightest legal minds to our talented team of attorneys," Michael DeCotiis, a managing partner at the firm, said in a press release.… Continue
DeCotiis, FitzPatrick, Cole & Giblin, LLP is pleased to announce the opening of a new Jersey City Office located at 270 Marin Boulevard. The opening of the Jersey City office follows the addition of offices in Princeton and Mount Laurel giving the firm five strategic locations in the Greater New York City region.
Bill Matsikoudis and Derek Fanciullo have also agreed to join the firm in an "Of Counsel" capacity. Matsikoudis and Fanciullo, the founding partners of the Jersey City-based law firm Matsikoudis and Fanciullo, will focus on municipal, redevelopment and corporate law as "Of Counsel" members of DeCotiis.
Labor leader Richard "Buzzy" Dressel has been fully acquitted of all federal charges brought against him due to the exceptional legal work provided by attorneys at DeCotiis, FitzPatrick & Cole, LLP.
Mr. Dressel, a prominent labor leader and active member of many civic organizations, was charged with multiple federal counts related to his decisions as a union official and faced upwards of 35 years of imprisonment. After a nearly two week trial, the DeCotiis' legal team led by Jeffrey Smith, co-chair of firm's litigation department and a former U.S. Assistant Attorney, convinced the jury to acquit Mr. Dressel of six… Continue
DeCotiis, FitzPatrick, Cole & Giblin, LLP published a new white paper to assist limited liability companies (LLC) seeking to navigate New Jersey's Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act (RULLCA or "The Act" herein). These changes are set to take effect March 1, 2014.
The Act touches on a wide-range of activities that govern LLC operation. In fact, The Act will make changes to the ways LLCs operate in respects to distributions; management and member consent; fiduciary duties; minority oppression; resignation or withdrawl; indemnification; operating agreements; and statements of authority.
The Act makes several changes to default rules that will govern… Continue
Are you paying too much in real estate taxes? Why not consider an appeal of your 2014 local property tax assessment?
On or about February 1, 2014, the local tax assessor in every municipality across New Jersey should have notified each taxpayer by mail - usually a white and blue post card - of the 2014 assessment on each parcel of real estate in the municipality. For 2014, local property tax assessments are required to represent the assessor's estimate of the market value of the property (the so-called "true" value) as of October 1, 2013.
However, these assessments are not… Continue
I hope you have all been staying warm and safe during the latest harsh, cold days of winter. However, I know that Jersey City residents are a resilient bunch and I am happy to share with you some news that underscores that resiliency. This past weekend we hosted two welcoming events for the AFC Champions - the Denver Broncos and for the NFC Champions - the Seattle Seahawks. Jersey City football fans braved the extremely cold weather to welcome the two teams who are making Jersey City their home as they head into the Superbowl game at the MetLife Stadium. … Continue
Intellectual property (IP) including trade secret law evolves constantly with advances in technology, a changing global economy, and a fluid work environment. IP and trade secret litigation requires a party whose IP, including trade secrets, has been threatened or misappropriated to act swiftly to protect their interests. That is why it is critical to retain counsel with expertise in IP and trade secret law; experienced attorneys who are constantly monitoring the Courts for any new changes.
DeCotiis, FitzPatrick, Cole & Giblin, LLP, is a nationally-recognized, full-service law firm with leaders in large array of practices including IP and trade secret… Continue
By Heather Haddon
Former president Bill Clinton came into Jersey City Tuesday for a fundraiser for its new mayor, stoking speculation that Steven Fulop could be eyeing a statewide run in New Jersey.
Mr. Clinton headlined a private luncheon at the Liberty House Restaurant in the state's second largest city at noon. More than 300 people were slated to attend, paying at least $250 for the luncheon, according to two people who attended the event. A smaller VIP session was held immediately before, with roughly 50 people paying $10,000 for a photo with Mr. Clinton, according to a person familiar… Continue
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DeCotiis, FitzPatrick, Cole & Giblin, LLP was bond counsel to the New Jersey Health Care Facilities Financing Authority (NJHCFFA) in connection with the dissolution of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) and the reapportionment of UMDNJ's $668 million in outstanding debt to Rutgers the State University, Rowan University and University Hospital. The NJHCFFA financing was one of three simultaneous bond issuances aggregating $1.03 billion. Proceeds of this complex transaction, which was undertaken pursuant to the New Jersey Medical and Health Sciences Education Restructuring Act, enabled each institution to refinance its allocable share of the UMDNJ debt… Continue
As Court Punts, Time for Lawmakers To Reconsider Mt. Laurel
New Jersey Law Journal
By Edward J. Boccher
3 November 2013,
The Supreme Court's Sept. 26 ruling on affordable housing
(quizzically hailed in some quarters as a "victory" for
affordable-housing interests) actually resolved little.
Indeed, it seemed to be a decision not to decide.
The court had a rare opportunity to review and evaluate its historic Mt. Laurel decisions, which required, among other things, that all towns provide for their "fair share" of affordable housing. Instead, the court punted. But in stepping aside, has the court opened the… Continue
Court decision provides opportunity to make major changes in Affordable Housing regulations
By Andrew George
Michael McGuinness sees last month's court decision on the Council on Affordable Housing as a win.
Just not the kind you crack open a bottle of Bollinger over.
"This win ... might need some additional work," said McGuinness, CEO of the development group NAIOP's New Jersey chapter.
The case centered largely on COAH guidelines that say a municipality accrues its affordable housing obligation as a percentage of the residential building and job growth that occurs within its borders. Under that so-called growth share formula, the… Continue
Governor Christie has signed major economic development legislation to spur economic growth in our state. This legislation, the Economic Opportunity Act of 2013, while complex, offers broad economic incentives for a range of redevelopment projects and can help jumpstart projects for developers who are prepared to take advantage of this opportunity.
The attorneys at the law firm of DeCotiis, FitzPatrick & Cole, LLP have put together a white paper to help developers understand this comprehensive piece of legislation and see if a project is eligible to receive tens of thousands of dollars available in tax credits. The firm's white paper… Continue
I hope this email finds you well. My administration is moving things forward at an impressive pace and delivering on the promises that were made. We've started the process of dissolving the Jersey City Parking Authority, delivering the promise of streamlined, cost-efficient services. We've created a Citizen Public Safety Advisory Board - delivering the promise of accountability from your city government. We collected $2.3 million dollars from a developer through contract enforcement, delivering on the promise of fiscal health. We are now a designated "Let's Move City" and are part of the "Mayors Wellness Campaign" - programs that deliver the… Continue
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