Wednesday, January 24, 2024 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Wilentz Shareholders Anne S. Babineau, Lawrence F. Jacobs, and Steven J. Tripp will present and moderate at the NJICLE Annual Redevelopment Law Institute. Mr. Tripp will discuss a recent redevelopment law decision in a case in which he and Richard Byrnes represented The Morris Companies to support Newark’s efforts to get an area along the Passaic River redeveloped; the case focuses on the challenges of a City needing to continue efforts to redevelop an area that was recognized as blighted decades ago. Mr. Jacobs will be providing the perspective of a government official based on his experience as Mayor of Bedminster working to get stranded assets in his community redeveloped.
Topics will include:
- Stranded Assets: NJ Reinventing Itself to Meet Demand? Or Can It Be Premature Consideration of Redevelopment of Property That is Only Temporarily Challenged?
- Pending Reexamination of the State Redevelopment & Development Plan: It’s a Policy, not a Regulatory Document, so why do your clients need to get involved?
- Post Harrison: What is the Appropriate Way to Handle a Property Owner Objection to the Validity of the Redevelopment Area When Complaint in Condemnation Is Filed Years Later?
- So You’re Doing a TOD Redevelopment Project Adjacent with NJ Transit Property – Legal Issues
- Redevelopment & Affordable Housing Round IV – What will be Different This Time?
This program has been approved for 6.7 hours of CLE credit for attorneys.
For more information and to register, visit: 2024 Redevelopment Law Institute - NJSBA