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Olson and DeAngelis featured at Bar Association Tax Appeal Seminar

On February 8, 2012, McKirdy & Riskin’s Thomas Olson and Richard DeAngelis served as panelists at the Morris County Bar Association’s Real Estate Tax Appeal seminar, held at the Morris County Courthouse. Tom provided an overview of the tax appeal process to the attorneys in the audience, while Rich discussed recent case law developments in... Read More

McKirdy & Riskin attorneys head faculty of New Jersey Redevelopment Authority Training Institute

Three attorneys from McKirdy & Riskin will be serving on the faculty of the New Jersey Redevelopment Authority’s “Redevelopment Training Institute” on October 4 and 5, 2011.  The course will be held at Thomas Edison State College in Trenton.  Anthony Della Pelle, CRE, has been selected as the lead instructor, is coordinating the course, and... Read More

McKirdy & Riskin was selected as top firm by Super Lawyers Business Edition 2011

McKirdy & Riskin was recently selected as a top firm in the category of Construction and Real Estate by Super Lawyers Business Edition 2011.  Six of McKirdy & Riskin’s nine attorneys were recently selected for inclusion in the 2010 edition of New Jersey Super Lawyers, leading to the firm’s selection as a top firm in the Business... Read More

$24 Million Arbitration Award Entered in Harrison Redevelopment Taking

An arbitration panel has awarded $24 million to the former owners of commuter parking lots and industrial buildings adjacent to the PATH station in Harrison, New Jersey.  McKirdy & Riskin’s Ed McKirdy, Tony Della Pelle and Rich DeAngelis served as counsel to the property owner in this matter.  Read more in this article from the... Read More

McKirdy & Riskin attorneys named as 2011 NJ Super Lawyers

Four of McKirdy & Riskin’s nine attorneys were selected as “Top 100″ Attorneys in New Jersey” for 2011 by Super Lawyers, as published by Thomson Reuters and in the April, 2011 edition of New Jersey Monthly Magazine.  Ed McKirdy, Harry Riskin, Jack Buonocore and Tony Della Pelle were all named to the Top 100 Attorneys... Read More

Richard DeAngelis comments on high volume of property tax appeals

McKirdy & Riskin’s Richard DeAngelis was quoted in the March 19, 2011 article by Shannon Mullen and William Westhoven in the Daily Record, “Tax Assessment Appeals on the Rise.” Mr. DeAngelis commented on the high volume of property tax appeals which have been filed in recent years, and in particular on the continued rise in filed appeals... Read More

Jack Buonocore obtains $3.75 million jury verdict in diner taking

A Morris County jury awarded the owner of the former Traveler’s Diner in Dover $3.75 million on March 15, 2011, as just compensation for the taking of its diner property in 2008 in connection with a new bridge at the intersection of Routes 46 and 15 by the New Jersey Department of Transportation.  McKirdy & Riskin’s... Read More

Thomas Olson and Richard DeAngelis featured at tax appeal seminar

On February 28, 2011, McKirdy & Riskin’s Thomas Olson and Richard DeAngelis served as panelists at the Morris County Bar Association’s Real Estate Tax Appeal seminar which was held at the Morris County Courthouse. Tom provided an overview of the tax appeal process to the attorneys in the audience, while Rich discussed recent case law... Read More

Anthony F. DellaPelle participates as a faculty member at the National Eminent Domain conference

On February 18, 2011, McKirdy & Riskin’s Anthony F. DellaPelle participated as a member of the faculty on two separate panels at the ALI-ABA annual conference on eminent domain law in Coral Gables, Florida. Mr. Della Pelle first served as a member of a panel entitled “The ‘Social’ Lawyer: New Media Strategies for Marketing Your... Read More

Cases in Limbo With Tunnel Demise

McKirdy & Riskin’s Anthony DellaPelle was interviewed in this story regarding the impact of the cancellation of the trans-Hudson ARC Tunnel on the eminent domain matters which were already underway to acquire the necessary real estate to build the project. Please read the entire article here.... Read More