Richard B. Linderman is a partner in the Firm’s Community Association Practice Group. His practice is devoted to 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.
Mr. Linderman has successfully represented community associations in numerous litigations, including the defense of executive boards, complex construction suits, and statutory compliance related matters. He is a frequent lecturer to homeowners, property managers, and industry professionals on topics relating to community associations, corporate governance, bankruptcy and assessment collections and his articles have been published in Community Trends® magazine.
In addition, Mr. Linderman is an active committee member of both the New Jersey and Pennsylvania/Delaware Valley Chapters of the Community Associations Institute (CAI), serving as a member of the Editorial Committee of CAI-New Jersey Chapter and member of the New Jersey Regional Council with CAI’s Pennsylvania/Delaware Valley Chapter. On several occasions, he has been selected as a National Business Institute (“NBI”) lecturer, speaking on topics including collection law and strategy, bankruptcy, and litigating housing discrimination.
Prior to joining Ansell Grimm & Aaron, P.C., Mr. Linderman was a partner with Herrick, Feinstein LLP, representing community associations in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He earned his law degree in 2002 from the University Of North Carolina School Of Law. While at UNC, he served as an editor to the Mere Dictum journal; was a member of the School of Law’s Mediation Competition Team and a representative to the Honor Court judiciary board. Prior to attending law school, Mr. Linderman attended Rutgers College where he was a Henry Rutgers Scholar and graduated with Highest Honors in 1999.
Mr. Linderman has been named as a New Jersey Super Lawyer – Rising Star for the last 7 years.*
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