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Tom Olson and Richard DeAngelis quoted on Tax Appeals article.

McKirdy & Riskin’s Tom Olson and Richard DeAngelis will once again be presenting an annual seminar for the Morris County Bar Association entitled: “How to Successfully Handle Real Property Tax Appeals” at the Morris County Courthouse on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Joining Tom and Rich will be real estate appraiser,... Read More

Buonocore interviewed regarding dune easement litigation

McKirdy & Riskin’s Jack Buonocore was recently interviewed regarding the litigation filed for a commercial property owner in Point Pleasant Beach, which challenges the authority of the NJDEP to acquire public beach easements on its property. The article by MaryAnn Spoto of is available here. The television interview on News12NJ on this story is... Read More

DellaPelle pens article in Real Estate Issues magazine

McKirdy & Riskin’s Tony DellaPelle recently authored a legal update article in the Counselors of Real Estate’s Real Estate Issues magazine. The article, entitled “Property ‘Inspection’ or Taking?” discusses a pending case before California’s highest court, which will examine the rights of condemning agencies to enter privately-owned properties targeted for condemnations in order to perform... Read More

Della Pelle Interviewed and Quoted in recent Bergen Record article

McKirdy & Riskin’s Tony DellaPelle was interviewed and quoted in this recent article in the Bergen Record, which discussed the backlog of property tax cases currently pending in New Jersey, and the possibility that such backlog may be getting smaller. More information is available here... Read More

Buonocore Interviewed Regarding Beach Access Litigation

McKirdy & Riskin’s Jack Buonocore was recently interviewed regarding the efforts of Long Beach Township to obtain access easements on private property. As mentioned, the lawsuit alleges that the township targeted the plaintiffs’ property because they refused to sign separate easement documents permitting the government to take part of their property and use it for... Read More

Buonocore quoted in article re beach access case

McKirdy & Riskin’s Jack Buonocore was recently interviewed and quoted in an article regarding the efforts of Long Beach Township to acquire beach access easements on private property on Long Beach Island for use in connection with the upcoming beach replenishment project being undertaken by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. For more information, the... Read More

McKirdy & Riskin attorneys to lead NJICLE Eminent Domain seminar

Two of McKirdy & Riskin’s partners will be leading a seminar for New Jersey’s Institute for Continuing Legal Education on September 23, 2014 entitled “The Fundamentals of Eminent Domain” at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick. Tony DellaPelle will be serving as the program chair and will be speaking on the eminent domain... Read More

DellaPelle to moderate Urban Land Institute program

McKirdy & Riskin’s Tony DellaPelle will serve as moderator for a Urban Land Institute program “Harrison: North Jersey’s Next Hoboken?”, which will be held at the Red Bull Soccer Stadium in Harrison on September 17, 2014 and will feature the Harrison Waterfront Redvelopment Project, with speakers from the municipality, the Port Authority of New York... Read More

All of McKirdy & Riskin’s Attorneys Receive Peer Recognition

All nine of McKirdy & Riskin’s attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the 2014 New Jersey Super Lawyers Magazine. Partners Anthony DellaPelle, Edward McKirdy & Harry Riskin were all named to the “Top 100” Attorneys in New Jersey list in the magazine, while partners John Buonocore, Jr. and Tom Olson, and associates Richard DeAngelis,... Read More

DellaPelle quoted in American Bar Association article

McKirdy & Riskin’s Anthony DellaPelle was interviewed and quoted in an article in the March, 2014 edition of the American Bar Association Journal. The article, which focuses on the possible use of eminent domain to seize underwater mortgages in various places around the country, includes comments from DellaPelle regarding the possible problems that these efforts... Read More