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Eminent Domain in New Jersey
April 17, 2008
North Brunswick, New Jersey
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Moderator
William J. Ward

Faculty
John H. Buonocore, John J. Curley, Peter Dickson, Paula Franzese, Robert L. Greene,
Louis S. Izenberg, Paul P. Josephson, Michael S. Kasanoff, Michael B. Kates, Kevin J. Moore,
Olga Pomar, Harry S. Pozycki, Peter G. Steck, and James M. Turteltaub.

Highlights
There are major issues facing eminent domain practitioners and experts in New Jersey. Learn about recent case law from attorneys who have been on the front lines of New Jersey's eminent domain and redevelopment issues. Be part of the conversation about eminent domain reform legislation. Gain insights on pay-to-play issues and ethics reform.

Registration
Click on the link to our New Jersey Eminent Domain Blog for more details and to download a brochure with a registration form. Fax the registration panel with payment information to 715-833-3953. To register for this seminar online, click on the link to Lorman Education or call 866-352-9539.  Please arrive on the day of the seminar between 8:30-9:00 AM.

Continuing Education Credit
AIA/HSW 6.00                          PA CLE 6.00/Ethics 1.00
CC 1.0                                     IACET 0.60
IRWA                                       NY CLE 7.0/Ethics and Professionalism 1.0
NJ Surveyors (pending)              NJ State Real Estate Appraisers Board 6.00

Members of the Appraisal Institute do not need pre-approval to obtain credit. MAIs may submit this seminar on their CE log after attending the program.

Press Credentials
Please contact Susan L. Ward, Director of Marketing and Communications at 973-377-3350.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education
Friday, January 25, 2008 - 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
New Jersey Law Center, New Brunswick

2008 Redevlopment Law Institute: The Impact of Gallenthin v. Paulsboro and Other Recent Cases.

James M. Turteltaub will speak on the morning panel at 9:15 a.m. Mr. Turteltaub represented Suydam Investors in the Housing Authority of New Brunswick v. Suydam Investors, LLC, 177 N.J.2 (N.J. Supreme Court, 2003). He also successfully argued two cases contesting the right to take on behalf of the property owners in 110 Washington Street v. Township of Bloomfield (L-2318-05) and Carolyn Evans and Rivco Group, LLC v. Township of Maplewood (L-6910-06). The Bloomfield case was instrumental in laying the groundwork for subsequent cases contesting the right to take in New Jersey. The opinion in the Maplewood case is a thorough application of the Gallenthin case. To read more about these cases, see the New Jersey Eminent Domain Law Blog.

To register for the seminar click here. You will be directed away from this page to the New Jersey ICLE site. To return to this web site, close the window.

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLE International 3rd Annual Eminent Domain Conference
October 15-16, 2007 at the Nassau Inn, Princeton, N.J.

Monday October 15 at 2:45 p.m. - James M. Turteltaub, "Appealing the Case"

Monday October 15 at 4:30 p.m. - William J. Ward, "Ethics and Redevelopment in N.J."

For previews of these presentations, please visit our Eminent Domain Law Blog.

To obtain a brochure with full schedule of events and speakers please visit CLE International.

 

 

 

 

 

Eminent Domain in New Jersey   April 17, 2007, at the Hyatt Regency New Brunswick • Two Albany Street • New Brunswick, N.J.  (732) 873-1234 • Lunch included.  To obtain the brochure, click on the link to the Lorman Education Seminar page.

Faculty

Moderator: William J. Ward, Esq., Carlin & Ward, P.C.
Senator Ellen Karcher, New Jersey State SenateSenator Ronald L. Rice, New Jersey State SenateMaureen Hinchliffe Bonney, Esq., DAG, Division of Law, Office of Attorney GeneralJohn H. Buonocore Jr., Esq., McKirdy and Riskin P.A

Edward D. McKirdy, Esq., McKirdy and Riskin P.A.

Timothy P. Duggan, Esq., Stark & Stark

Paula A. Franzese, Esq., Seton Hall University

Christopher R. Gibson, Esq., Archer & Greiner, P.C.

Paul P. Josephson, Esq., Hill Wallack LLP

Anne L.H. Studholme, Esq., Hill Wallack LLP

Nicholas J. Monahan Jr., New Jersey Department of Transportation

Peter G. Steck, P.P., AICP, Private Practice

William H. Steinhart, MAI, CRE, Appraisal Consultants Corp.

James M. Turteltaub, Esq., Carlin & Ward, P.C.

Arthur G. Warden III, Esq., Carlin & Ward, P.C.

Continuing Education Credit:
IRWA
CC 1.0
AICP 6.0
AIA/HSW 6.00
IACET 0.60
PA CLE 6.00/Ethics 1.00
NJ Surveyors (Pending)
NJ Appraiser (Pending)
NY CLE 7.0/Ethics and Professionalism 1.0

 

 

 

Eminent Domain - 2nd Annual ConferenceCLE International - October 12-13, 2006    Nassau Inn - Princeton, N.J.

Continuing education credit: 12 credits Pennsylvania CLE Board; N.J. Appraisal Board; and AICP/CPDPWilliam J. Ward, Esq. will speak on Thursday October 12, 2006 at 10:15 a.m. on Surveying New Jersey's Ethical Landscape, encompassing such issues as contesting the right to take post-Kelo, impermissible favoritism, conflicts of interest, and pay-to-play. The text of his report can be downloaded here. Ward is the author of the New Jersey Eminent Domain Law Blog. A brochure for the conference can be downloaded by clicking here.James M. Turteltaub, Esq. will be one of five panelists discussing Issues Confronted in the Taking/Redevelopment of Environmentally Constrained Property    at 2:00 p.m. Turteltaub argued the Suydam case before the New Jersey Supreme Court in 2003. To download his report, click here.

 

Lorman Education Seminar: Eminent Domain in New Jersey, March 28, 2006Ramada Inn, 195 Route 18 South, East Brunswick, N.J.Registration 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.;  Session 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. ; Lunch includedContinuing education credit: NY CLE/Ethics and Professionalism, PA CLE/Ethics, NJ Surveyors (Pending), IRWA, PMI, IACET, CSI (Pending), AIA/HSW, Bankers - See link for brochure for details.One-day seminar designed for attorneys, real estate professionals, and property owners. Moderated by William J. Ward, Esq. and featuring James M. Turteltaub of Carlin & Ward, P.C.

Other speakers include:  Michael Patrick Carroll, Asm. (R) Legislative District 25 Offices; John J. Curley, Esq., John J. Curley, LLC; Professors Paula Franzese, Esq. Seton Hall University School of Law; Dr. Mindy Thompson Fullilove, Columbia University, New York State Psychiatric Institute; Louis S. Izenberg, MAI, SRA, Izenberg Appraisal Associates; Drew K. Kapur, Esq. and George J. Kroculick, Esq., Duane Morris LLP; Michael B. Kates, Esq., Nashel, Kates, Nussman, Rapone & Ellis, LLP; Harry Riskin, Esq. and Edward D. McKirdy, Esq., McKirdy and Riskin, P.A.; Peter Steck, P.P., Community Planning Consultant.

Critical Issues On the Agenda: 2005 Supreme Court Cases, Proposed Federal and State Legislative Reform, Environmental Issues and Valuation, What's Fair about Fair Market Value, Contesting the Right to Take in New Jersey, People and Neighborhoods, and Ethical Considerations

Download the brochure for the seminar here.

A Very Important Breakfast, November 9, 2004

A Very Important Breakfast, November 9, 2004 Invitation

Sponsored by Baron & Company, Accountants and Consultants and Carlin & Ward

Presented by Lawrence Z. Kotler, Esq.  and Bruce S. Baron, C.P.A.

Topic: Preventing Workplace Fraud - Outline   

                                     

A Very Important Breakfast, March 3, 2004

A Very Important Breakfast, March 3, 2004 Invitation

Sponsored by A.G. Edwards and Carlin & Ward

Presented by Charles E. Falk, Esq. , J.D., C.P.A., L.L.M.

Topic: Cost Segregation Outline

Commerce Bank: The Wheel of Entrepreneurial Life Series, January 19, 2004

Sponsored by Morris County Women and Commerce Bank

Many people want to start a business. A famous philosopher once said that the urge to start a business in America was second only to the urge to have a family. Fortunately (or unfortunately as the case may be), the success rate of starting a family is higher than the success rate of starting a small business.

Presented by Charles E. Falk, Esq.

Topic: Getting Ready to Do Business: Some Thoughts on Organization

RTP Regulatory Update Seminar Fall 2003, October 15, 2003

Sponsored by RTP Enivronmental Associates, Inc.

RTP Regulatory Update Seminar Fall 2003 - Binder

Presented by Roger Greenway and John J. Carlin, Jr.

Topic:Natural Resource Damages Outline for RTP Regulatory Update Seminar

A Very Important Breakfast, October 15, 2003

Sponsored by A.G. Edwards and Carlin & Ward

Topic: What the New Tax Law Means to You

Presented by   Charles Edward Falk, Esq. J.D., C.P.A., L.L.M.

A Very Important Breakfast Series - Invitation & Directions

Highlights of the 2003 Tax Act by Charles Edward Falk, J.D., C.P.A., L.L.M.

Burlington County Association of Municipal Assessors, October 10, 2003

Presented by William H. Steinhart, MAI, CRE, CTA of Appraisal Consultants Corp., and James M. Turteltaub, Esq.

Topic: Legal and Appraisal Implications of Contaminated Properties

Burlington County Association of Municipal Assessor's Brochure

Burlington County Association of Municipal Assessor's Outline


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