Griffin Alexander, P.C. was established in 1995, and has gained prominence as a growing law firm practicing today in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. In 2012, we opened our New York office in mid-town Manhattan, and since then, we have experienced an exponential expansion of our New York practice. Meanwhile, our firm was expanding throughout New Jersey and opened an office in East Brunswick and Mount Laurel. In 2015, we expanded to Pennsylvania, and expect to keep growing.
Griffin Alexander, P.C. has a reputation throughout the States of New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania for excellence in community association law and landlord/tenant law. We are honored to announce that several attorneys at Griffin Alexander, P.C. are Mediators through the New Jersey Community Associations Institute (CAI) and can proudly serve as a mediator for community association disputes. We are further pleased to provide our clients with legal services in practice areas that include 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.
The founders of the firm, Robert C. Griffin and Jennifer L. Alexander, offer a combined 50 years of experience, and a level of professionalism to their clients that is hard to surpass. The firm takes great pride in providing a personal touch to each client and every case. We like to think of ourselves as lawyers making a difference.
The firm’s growth has been substantial since 1995, not only into all 21 counties of New Jersey, but also into to all 5 boroughs of New York City, the Hudson Valley Area, Rockland County, Westchester County and Pennsylvania. This has been possible because we take the time to get to know our clients and their needs, and because we provide top-notch professional legal services. We focus on solving our client’s problems and meeting our client’s goals. We work hard to ensure that our clients’ needs are met in a timely manner.
Our primary source of new business is from referrals by our existing clients. We are grateful to our clients for their loyalty and trust, and we in turn make a personal commitment to providing the best legal services possible for each and every client.
News & Announcements
New York Laws on Disclosure Requirements
April 9, 2019
New York law has been revised to require cooperative and condominium boards to disclose contracts or transactions in which it or its directors have an interest. The New York Legislature enacted these proposed revisions to the New York Business Law and the New York Not-for-Profit Corporation Law.
Overcharging Rent-Controlled Tenants Could Lead to Penalties
April 9, 2019
Rent control ordinances are handled at the municipal level in New Jersey, and this leads to significant variance from city-to-city. It’s important to understand, however, that violations of rent control ordinances are handled by state law.
Amendments to Anti-Eviction Act would Provide Landlords with Recourse for Overcrowding
April 5, 2019
A new bill was recently proposed to the New Jersey Senate amending the Anti-Eviction Act (N.J.S.A. 2A:18-61.1). The bill, sponsored by Senator Anthony R. Bucco of District 25 (Morris and Somerset), amends the Anti-Eviction Act (“Act”) to include a method of eviction for overcrowding in residential apartment communities.
Dispute Resolution Between a Condo Association Board and a Unit Owner
March 7, 2019
Condo associations often find themselves at odds with unit owners (and others) in a range of disputes, from fee/payment conflicts to repair concerns.
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