Attorneys

Siegel joins AGA Matrimonial & Family Law practice

Robert H. Siegel, Esq., has joined Ansell, Grimm & Aaron, PC’s Matrimonial & Family Law Department as an Associate Attorney. Mr. Siegel and the firm’s Matrimonial & Family Law attorneys handle an array of family law matters including divorce, custody, domestic violence, civil unions, domestic partnerships, the negotiation and drafting of prenuptial agreements, and marital […]

AG&A attorneys challenging opposition
to QuickChek and WaWa projects

Ansell Grimm & Aaron, PC attorneys have filed a federal antitrust complaint asserting claims arising from the attempted monopolization of the gas station convenience store market in the Borough of Eatontown, New Jersey.  The action was filed in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey captioned Fidelity Eatontown, LLC and QuickChek […]

Jessica Zolotorofe explains why Mixed-use Developments are a Favorable Investment

AGA Attorney Jessica Zolotorofe is a featured writer in the May 27 issue of the Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal. In her article “Mixed-use developments: Seemingly the perfect fit”, Ms. Zolotorofe discusses mixed-use projects, those having retail and residential components, and their growing popularity. The benefits and challenges are weighed by Ms. Zolotorofe, as well […]

Majority Rules or Rule by Super Majority? It Depends…

In the latest issue of Association Help Now, David Bryne, managing partner of Ansell Grimm & Aaron’s Community Association Practice Group addresses the tricky question of vote counting when it comes to issues affecting the declarations and bylaws of homeowner’s associations. “In New Jersey, the general rule is the amendment percentage is set by the […]

Brian Ansell, Pam Mulligan expand roles with County Bar Associations

On May 26th AGA Partner Brian E. Ansell will be installed as First Vice President of the Monmouth County Bar Association. AGA Counsel Pamela A. Mulligan will be installed as President of the Burlington County Bar Foundation and as Treasurer of the Burlington County Bar Association on June 3rd. Mr. Ansell, based in the firm’s […]

Wiechnik to Share Construction Defect Litigation Expertise

Mark M. Wiechnik, a partner in Ansell Grimm & Aaron, P.C.’s community association practice group, will be a featured speaker at the National Business Institute’s May 3 seminar on Construction Defect Litigation at the Holiday Inn, Princeton, 100 Independence Way. Mr. Wiechnik will be speaking about what is covered and what is not covered by […]

AGA Counsel Pam Mulligan to Share Collections Expertise

Pamela A. Mulligan, Counsel at Ansell Grimm & Aaron, will be a featured speaker at the National Business Institute’s April 19 seminar on Advanced Collection Law at the Holiday Inn, Cherry Hill, 2175 Marlton Pike. Ms. Mulligan will be speaking about the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) effects on collections and staying in compliance with […]

CAP Group Chair, David J. Byrne to Present at CAI’s Roundtable Series

The New Jersey Chapter of the Community Associations Institute will host, and Ansell Grimm & Aaron, PC will sponsor, a Manager Best Practices Roundtable Discussion and Networking event on Thursday, April 7.  David J. Byrne, Esq., head of Ansell Grimm & Aaron’s Community Association Practice Group, will facilitate a discussion at the event on reasonable […]

Visit AGA CAP Group at the CAI 2016 Annual Conference and Expo

AGA’s Community Association Practice Group Attorneys David J. Byrne, Richard B. Linderman, Mark M. Wiechnik, and Nicole D. Miller will be exhibiting at the Community Associations Institute 2016 Annual Conference and Expo . The Expo will take place on Thursday, April 14 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Grand Hall, 12th and Arch Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Expo provides learning […]

AGA Attorney Richard B. Linderman responds to HOA Questions

AGA Community Association Practice Group Partner, Richard B. Linderman recently responded to a question about when boards can require a 100% member vote to amend or repeal a covenant from a Homeowner’s Association Board Member or Manager which was featured in the “National HOA Questions and Answers” Column of Pennsylvania Association Help Now Newspaper. Mr. Linderman noted […]