Griffin Alexander, P.C., is a law firm serving business and personal needs of clients throughout New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Our firm unites principles of law and the needs of its clients to protect the interests of those it serves.
Griffin Alexander, P.C. provides representation in a myriad of practice areas, including: Community Association Law, Landlord/Tenant Law, Land Use & Zoning Law, Disability Law, Real Estate Law And Closings, Wills, Trusts & Estate Law, Municipal Law, General Litigation, Commercial Law, And Business Startups. All services are offered in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. In order to keep pace with its expanding practice located in Randolph, New Jersey, the firm has added office spaces in New York City, New York, East Brunswick, New Jersey and Mount Laurel, New Jersey.
We are committed to providing client satisfaction by being cognizant of our clients’ circumstances, delivering individualized service and a quality work product. Our clients' needs are a priority for us and we will ensure you receive the specialized attention you deserve. These goals are continually reached by rising to the challenge of the subject at hand, regardless of its complexity.
We would welcome the opportunity to meet with you to discuss any questions you may have about us or our legal services. We look forward to hearing from you.
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April 3, 2020
We hope everyone is doing well and feeling healthy! Normally, at this time of the year, residents and tenants would be in the early stages of preparing for summer fun. Pools usually open in less than two (2) months, on Memorial Day (May 25th this year). And Independence Day is a big day for summer festivities.
April 3, 2020
We hope everyone is doing well and feeling healthy in these uncertain times! In response to COVID‑19, legislation has been passed, courts have been closed, and executive orders have been signed. Recently though, a response to the Governor’s pandemic concerns came to New Jersey property owners in a different form: by agreement.
April 2, 2020
During the spring and summer months, many community associations engage in capital improvement or routine projects which might require inspections to determine compliance with fire and construction codes. The COVID-19 pandemic and the restrictions put in place have thrown a wrench into what would otherwise be a regular process. The restriction put in place has directly impacted the ability of construction officials to conduct inspections and issue permits.
April 2, 2020
As the spread of COVID-19 continues, many Condominium Associations and Co-op Boards are left asking themselves how they are supposed to handle Association matters efficiently while continuing to obey Local, State, and Federal mandates to practice social distancing. For Associations in New York, Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order No. 202.8 provides a lifeline that Community Association Boards can use in order to conduct business and hold meetings.
April 1, 2020
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the “CARES Act”) was signed into law on March 27, 2020. Title I of the CARES Act is separately titled the “Keeping American Workers Paid and Employed Act”. Within it are conditions for loan forgiveness and the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”). This section of the CARES Act greatly impacts the availability of Small Business Association (“SBA”) loans. The purpose of Title I of the CARES Act is to assist underfunded businesses (including nonprofits) so they can keep their employees on payroll, covered by health insurance, and off unemployment.
April 1, 2020
As technology has improved and at the same time has become less expensive, the ability to maintain privacy has been rapidly diminishing. For about $30.00 and a half hour of your time, you can look up almost anyone on the internet, find out their current and past employment, their current and past addresses, the names and addresses of their relatives, whether they have ever been arrested, received a motor vehicle summons, or gotten a divorce. Your movements are increasingly recorded as you appear in public or semi-public places, by municipal cameras, private security cameras, “Ring” devices, drones, and even satellite imagery. Over time, computers will be getting smaller – about the size of a grain of sand. They will eventually be incorporated into clothing. You may literally be able to wear a shirt that records a person or event.
415 Route 10
Randolph, NJ 07869
East Brunswick Office
197 Route 18 South
Suite 3000, South Wing
East Brunswick, NJ 08816
Mount Laurel Office
309 Fellowship Road
East Gate Center, Suite 200
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
New York Office
New York, NY 10004