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AGA Attorneys named in Super Lawyers Magazine

Congratulations to Richard B. Ansell, Esq., Mitchell J. Ansell, Esq., Allison Ansell Ryan, Esq., Robert A. Honecker, Jr., Esq. and Greg Gargulinski, Esq. (Rising Star) for being named in New Jersey Super Lawyers Magazine.  Super Lawyers rates outstanding attorneys who obtain a high degree of professional achievement and peer recognition.  Over the years, Ansell Grimm & Aaron, […]

Community Partnership Award

Congratulations to Mitchell J. Ansell, Esq. who will be receiving the 2014 Community Partnership Award presented by the New Jersey State Policemen’s Benevolent Association, Local #308 at the Shrewsbury Inaugural Benevolent Ball on Friday, May 16th, 2014 at the Shadowbrook in Shrewsbury.

The Law of Generations

Mitchell J. Ansell, Esq., Partner and Chairman of the Criminal Defense Department, was recently interviewed by Industry Magazine on how a three generation law firm has remained a pillar of community service for better than 80 years. To read the full article, click here.

Shopping Center Law Conference in San Diego

Melanie J. Scroble recently attended the 2013 ICSC U.S. Shopping Center Law Conference in San Diego, California as a speaker. Ms. Scroble led a roundtable discussion on the topic of Tenants In Common (TIC’s) – A Discussion of the Popular Trend for Purchasing and Exchanging Commercial Property. The discussion included the related topic of utilizing […]

New Jersey Modernizes Partial Takings Compensation

In “New Jersey Modernizes Partial Takings Compensation,” published in the November 2013 issue of the American Planning Association’s Planning and Environmental Law Journal, Lawrence Shapiro and Heather Garleb analyze the New Jersey Supreme Court’s decision in Harvey Cedars v. Karan and the impact it will have on future condemnation cases. Concluding that the Harvey Cedars […]

Fending Off the Appointment of a Receiver

Joshua S. Bauchner, Esq. recently published an article in the December 2013 issue of the Law Journal Newsletter entitled “Fending Off the Appointment of a Receiver.”  This article covers entitlement to a receiver; mortgagee’s security and more.  For the full article, click here.

What to Know When Hiring a Home Improvement Contractor

Heather L. Garleb, Esq., an associate in the litigation department of Ansell Grimm & Aaron, P.C. recently had an article published in the November/December issue of the Monmouth County Woman magazine.  In this article, Ms. Garleb addresses some of the things you should be knowledgeable about before hiring a contractor.  To read more on What […]

The False Hope of Lost Profits Damages

Joshua S. Bauchner, Esq. recently published an article in the September 27, 2013 issue of the New York Law Journal entitled “The False Hope of Lost Profits.”  Lost profits damages are frequently sought by clients who have suffered a business interruption due to another’s negligence or contractual breach.  However, Courts often are reluctant to award such […]

What You Don’t Know About Your Car Insurance May Hurt You

Kristine M. Bergman, Esq., an associate with the Firm, had an article published in the September/October Edition of The Monmouth County Woman‘s magazine titled “What You Don’t Know About Your Car Insurance May Hurt You”.  In this article, Ms. Bergman covers “Verbal and Non-Verbal Threshold”, also known as, Limitation on Lawsuit option.  To read the […]

Not Guilty Verdict

Mitchell Ansell, Chairman of the Criminal Defense Department, recently tried a first degree robbery, second degree aggravated assault and second degree burglary Jury trial in Monmouth County Superior Court before Judge Joseph Oxley.  The case was tried during the week of August the 29th 2013 and our client was facing well over 20 years in […]