In its latest edition, Chambers USA ranked the Wilentz Real Estate practice as a Band 1 in New Jersey. Wilentz Shareholders Laurie E. Meyers, David S. Gordon, Steven J. Tripp, Anne S. Babineau, and Donna M. Jennings are ranked in the guide as “leading lawyers” in New Jersey’s real estate and redevelopment markets.
The Band 1 ranking is also based upon client and market feedback that included praise for the Wilentz team as “diligent, knowledgeable and skillful” and another client distinguished the team for being “not only very professional, but they are extremely experienced and have a wide range of lawyers with various specialties."
Real Estate practice Co-Chair, Laurie Meyers was ranked as Band 2 and was recognized by market sources for being skilled with “handling a wide range of transactional matters, particularly acquisitions, redevelopment agreements and tax exemption applications.” Clients attested “Laurie is an excellent lawyer who is very committed to her clients.”
David Gordon, ranked as Band 1, was referenced by market sources as “well regarded for his practice representing developers, owners and other clients.” Clients described Mr. Gordon as “a terrific lawyer” who is “knowledgeable and practical” and as an attorney he “sees the big picture.”
Land Use practice Chair, Steven Tripp was ranked as Band 1, and according to market sources “is respected for his varied practice. He represents developers and investors in obtaining approvals, as well as advising on related land use litigation.” Clients noted, “Steven is super professional and knowledgeable.”
Anne Babineau, was ranked as Band 1, market sources credited her as “renowned for her expertise in development projects, with clients regularly turning to her for her in-depth experience in regulatory issues and public-private partnerships.” Clients adding, “Anne is incredibly organized, knowledgeable and responsive. She never fails to deliver the requested services in a timely manner.”
Donna Jennings, was ranked as Band 3, market sources commended her representation of “developers and investors in obtaining land use approvals” and praised her “expertise in handling litigation relating to the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act.”
Chambers USA 2022 is published by Chambers and Partners. Chambers USA is a private peer review publication, not a court specific public certification vehicle. No aspect of this advertisement has been submitted to or approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.