Stark & Stark is proud to announce that Timothy Duggan, Esq. has achieved the CRE® (Counselor of Real Estate) designation by The Counselors of Real Estate®, an international group of high-profile real estate professionals who provide expert advisory services to clients on complex real property and land-related matters. The credential was awarded in July 2022.
Timothy P. Duggan is the Chair of Stark & Stark’s Condemnation, Redevelopment, and Eminent Domain Group. This group focuses on property valuation litigation and representing private property owners in challenging the government’s right to take private property by using the power of eminent domain (also known as condemnation) and prosecuting inverse condemnation claims. Mr. Duggan regularly represents clients whose highway access and property rights have been revoked or taken by the New Jersey Department of Transportation, County Agencies, and utility companies. He has experience handling all aspects of eminent domain, including relocation assistance, modification of highway access, and litigating the amount of just compensation. Mr. Duggan represents property owners in urban redevelopment projects and pipeline cases and has experience in both state and federal courts. Mr. Duggan also prosecutes real estate tax appeals for banks, developers, automobile dealerships, condominium and homeowners’ associations, shopping centers, and commercial property owners and is a member of the Firm’s Flood Litigation, Development & Mitigation Group.
Only 1,000 professionals in all disciplines of real estate hold the CRE credential in the United States and 20 additional countries. Membership is selective and extended by invitation, although commercial real estate practitioners with 10 years of proven experience may apply.
Members of The Counselors of Real Estate, which was established in 1953, are commercial property professionals from leading real estate, financial, law, valuation, and business advisory firms, as well as real property experts in academia and government. For additional information, visit www.cre.org.