J.D., Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law, 2010
B.S., The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, 2006
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- Co-Author. Internal Affairs of N.J. Condo Associations Are Free From Outside Challenges. New Jersey Law Journal. March 24, 2014.
- Consumer Fraud Act is Effective in Construction Cases. New Jersey Law Journal. October 14, 2013.
- Class Recourse for Individual Home Owners Suffering from Construction Defects. US1. September 25, 2013.
- Construction Officials & Municipalities: Immune from Liability for Construction Defects?. US1. March 27, 2013.
- Buyer Beware of Defects in New Construction. New Jersey Law Journal. January 30, 2012.
- N.J. Acts to Protect Homeowners. New Jersey Law Journal. January 28, 2013.
- Collected over $15 million in settlements for a premier condominium development in Jersey City that was plagued with pervasive water damage as a result of negligently designed and installed EIFS, masonry, panel cladding, roofs, balconies, railings, windows and doors, and structural foundation supports.
- Recovered $4 million, including settlements and judgment at trial, for a Union City based condominium client that involved pervasive water infiltration in a high-rise building clad with brick, EIFS, and a window wall system.
- Obtained a $2.5 million verdict against a negligent builder who used substandard materials, inadequate flashing, and shoddy workmanship to build a six-story residential condominium building in Hudson County that suffered from pervasive water leaks, mold growth, and steel deterioration.
- Won an appeal that overturned and reversed the trial court’s dismissal of an almost $30 million dollar construction defect case based on an association’s decision to file suit without first complying with a pre-litigation voting requirement in its by-laws, but that the Appellate Division said was able to be ratified by the membership after the complaint had already been filed.
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