These are just a few of the reasons our clients have developed a strong, long-term relationship with our firm.

Our Expertise

  • Experience in financing and business.
  • Experience working with non-profits.
  • Experience in serving private clients’ needs.
  • Sound knowledge about, and use of, cutting edge technology

Our Track Record

  • Prominent land use development practice; widely known for experience in zoning and real estate.
  • High degree of expertise in New Jersey and New York law.
  • History of great client relationships, and a rapid response rate.

Our Attention to Detail

  • Extreme service-oriented culture.
  • Strong desire to resolve matters quickly and efficiently.

Our attorneys make all the difference

Our team members are our greatest asset. Our ability to deliver outstanding results for our clients starts with our team of smart and capable experts.

“We take our work very seriously but not necessarily ourselves.”

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