Attorneys

Forum on Condemnation Issues at Monmouth University

Lawrence H. Shapiro, Esq., a condemnation attorney with ANSELL GRIMM & AARON, PC,  will be a featured panelist at a Monmouth University Seminar, sponsored by the Kislak Real Estate Institute, on Wednesday, May 8th.  The panel will discuss the eminent domain case of The Borough of Harvey Cedars v. Karan which is currently pending before the […]

Hidden Closing Costs When Purchasing A Home

Melanie J. Scroble addresses hidden closing costs when purchasing a home in the March/April 2013 edition of Monmouth County Woman.  For more information on what buyers need to know, please click here.  

DWI – Driving While Intoxicated

Recently, one of our associates, Tara K. Walsh, had an article posted in the Monmouth County Woman magazine.  The article addresses some questions and answers concerning DWIs.   To read more, click here

AGA Attorney Melanie J. Scroble Speaks at ICSC U.S. Shopping Center Law Conference

Melanie J. Scroble recently attended the 2012 ICSC U.S. Shopping Center Law Conference in Orlando, Florida, as a speaker. Ms. Scroble led a roundtable discussion on the topic of Drafting the Purchase and Sale Agreement: the Assignment Clause. Roundtable speakers are chosen for their prior expertise with the particular topic. The conference is held by […]

Assistance with Hurricane Sandy

FEMA INFORMATION IF YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS HAS BEEN FLOODED December 17, 2012 Friends, FEMA has issued important information to help you build back safer and stronger. Flood Insurance Changes Might Affect You As risks change, insurance premiums also change to reflect those risks. Your flood insurance premiums may be going up.  However, you may be able to […]

Bankruptcy Trustee’s Avoidance Rights Are Nearly Limitless

Joshua S. Bauchner, Esq. recently published an article in the national online journal, Law360, entitled “Bankruptcy Trustee’s Avoidance Rights Are Nearly Limitless”  The article addresses Section 550 of the Bankruptcy Code which applies where the trustee, having already avoided a transfer of some property, seeks to recover that property. Under those circumstances, the recovery must be “for the benefit of […]

Spotlight on Section 550 of the Bankruptcy Code

Joshua S. Bauchner, Esq. recently published an article in the national online journal, Law360, entitled “Spotlight on Section 550 of the Bankruptcy Code.”  The article addresses the “benefit of the estate” language of section 550 of the Bankruptcy Code which informs and guides most bankruptcy practice. It permits the trustee to recover property from a transfer avoided pursuant to sections […]

“NY/NJ Clean Ocean Zone Bill Announced–H.R. 5872”

Through his representation of Clean Ocean Action, a nonprofit environmental organization based in Sandy Hook, New Jersey, Andrew Provence, Esq. participated in the drafting of the Clean Ocean Zone legislation, pending federal legislation. Clean Ocean Advocate featured an article detailing Mr. Provence’s involvement in creating law to protect and preserve the waters of the coasts of New […]

“Fischer Takes Stand in Recall Case”

Andrew Provence, Esq. represented the Mayor of Point Pleasant Beach in a recall election trial.  Through his advocacy, the Court ruled that the Mayor was entitled to another year in office. The Ocean Star featured an article detailing Mr. Provence’s cross-examination of the leader of the recall movement. Click here to read the article, entitled “Fischer […]

“Rumson Neighbors Challenge Borough on Tree Removal”

In its August 5, 2011 issue, The Two River Times covered Andrew Provence, Esq.’s representation of property owners who challenged the action of the Borough of Rumson to allow the removal of trees from a neighboring lot.  The Rumson Planning Board ultimately required the owner of the neighboring lot to plant new trees and to take […]