GH&C Attorneys Win Builder's Remedy Case Against Livingston Township
September 24, 2010
September 24, 2010, Red Bank - Paul H. Schneider, shareholder of the law firm of Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla, and Craig M. Gianetti, an associate with the firm, prevailed in a builder's remedy lawsuit against Livingston Township. The GH&C lawyers asserted that Livingston failed to satisfy its obligation to provide its fair share of affordable housing as required by New Jersey's Mount Laurel doctrine. They contended that Squiretown Properties, LLC should be awarded a builder's remedy, allowing it to build a multi-family development on land Livingston had zoned for single family homes. Superior Court Judge Dennis Carey agreed and, following a three day trial, ordered that Livingston must allow Squiretown Properties, LLC to develop its property with a 220 unit inclusionary residential development.
In addition to representing developers in affordable housing matters, including both litigation and applications before the Council on Affordable Housing (COAH), Mr. Schneider and Mr. Gianetti represent developers in a variety of environmental and land use matters.
Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla, P.C. is a multi-specialty law firm dedicated to providing sophisticated, complex legal services and solutions. The attorneys maintain personal relationships and gather in-depth knowledge of clients' businesses and industries to construct both sound legal advice and effective strategies to resolve business issues. With a focus on responsiveness and producing results with outstanding value to their clients' bottom line, the firm provides experienced legal representation in a wide variety of practice areas, including: Corporate and Business; Creditors' Rights and Bankruptcy; Environmental; Healthcare; Intellectual Property and Technology; Labor and Employment; Litigation; Real Estate, Land Use and Development; and Trusts and Estates. For more information, visit us at www.ghclaw.com.
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