Philip Ing, Esq.
Philip Ing is an Associate of the firm concentrating his practice on matters involving New Jersey and New York Community Association Law, Landlord/Tenant Law, Collections, and Litigation.
Philip is certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Civil Trial Attorney. A Certified Civil Trial attorney is a designation granted by the New Jersey Supreme Court to attorneys who are able to demonstrate sufficient levels of experience, education, knowledge, and skill in civil trial practice. The Supreme Court, through its Board on Attorney Certification, designates only those lawyers who apply for certification and who are able to meet the standards set by the board and approved by the court. As of December 2016, approximately 1,650 attorneys hold board certification out of roughly 75,000 active lawyers in New Jersey (approximately 2%).
Philip has successfully represented clients involving general liability, tort, and personal injury negligence claims, trying numerous cases to verdict. He has extensive experience litigating negligence matters on behalf of insurance carriers, as well as representing clients with serious personal injury claims. Philip has also completed coursework with the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA), a legal advocacy skills training organization.
Upon completing law school, Philip was the Law Clerk for the Honorable Bruce A. Gaeta, J.S.C., Law Division, Bergen Vicinage.
Philip is admitted to practice in New Jersey, the U.S. District Court of New Jersey, New York, and the District of Columbia. He earned his law degree from Hofstra Law School and undergraduate degree, magna cum laude, from Boston College.
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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