Attorneys

AGA Represents Client Taken Advantage of by Her Divorce Attorney

AGA attorney Joshua S. Bauchner is representing Plaintiffs Atesa and Anthony Pacelli in a lawsuit accusing Ms. Pacelli’s divorce attorney of malpractice, negligence, and sexual assault arising from his engaging in sexual relations with her during the representation in breach of his ethical and fiduciary obligations.  The action has garnered much attention in the media […]

Patterson leads Community Associations Institute – Hudson Valley Roundtable Discussion

Stacey Patterson, an attorney in AGA’s Community Association Practice Group led a roundtable discussion on behalf of Community Associations Institute (“CAI”) – Hudson Valley which took place in Hillburn, New York on September 15th. The discussion was attended by various professionals in the Hudson Valley community association industry and board members from New York condominium […]

MARE Journal covers antitrust suit on Eatontown Gas Stations

The Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal reported on Fidelity Eatontown, LLC and Quickchek Corp.’s antitrust lawsuit against Excellency Enterprise, LLC, Kennedy Auto Service, Inc., Gas of Eatontown, Inc. in its Aug. 26 issue. AGA partner Josh Bauchner is representing Fidelity Eatontown, LLC and Quickchek Corp. in the suit, relying on the recent United States Court […]

Seminar to provide overview of dispute resolution process

In New Jersey, community associations are required to formally offer Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) to resolve housing related disputes among members (home owners) and/or the association itself. Ansell Grimm & Aaron PC’s Community Association Practice Group partner Richard B. Linderman, will present an educational program on ADR on Wednesday, Sept. 14from 3 p.m.-5 p.m. at […]

Zolotorofe examines controlling interest transfer taxes for MARE Journal

AGA Attorney Jessica Zolotorofe looks at the different ways states treat the “Controlling Interest Tax” in her latest column in the Aug 26 issue of the Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal. Most states don’t have a version of the tax, first imposed by New York in 1986, which is intended to ensure that the state […]

CAP Group to exhibit at CAI-NJ’s Legislative Breakfast Sept. 14

David J. Byrne and Ansell Grimm & Aaron’s Community Association Practice Group, will exhibit at Community Association Institute of New Jersey’s Legislative Breakfast on Wednesday, Sept. 14 at Forsgate Country Club, Monroe. Key New Jersey opinion leaders and lawmakers, including state Department of Community Affairs Director Charles A. Richman, will discuss pending state legislative issues […]