2015

NPD Partner Steve Nehmad Secures Approvals for Major Pharmaceutical Expansion

NPD Partner Steve Nehmad recently obtained local site plan & variance approvals for Teligent, Inc. (formerly known as IGI Laboratories) allowing Teligent to expand their existing corporate offices in Buena Vista Township by approximately 75,000 square feet to include new manufacturing and development facilities. Teligent is a publicly traded company specializing in the development and manufacturing of topical and injectible pharmaceutical products.

NPD Welcomes Raymond J. Went, Jr., Esquire

Nehmad Perillo & Davis, PC, welcomes new associate Raymond J. Went, Jr. to the firm. Mr. Went’s practice focuses on civil litigation, land use, commercial and residential real estate, commercial transactions, licensing, property taxation and other governmental matters.

Homeowners Associations Have Personal Injury Liability for Failure to Maintain Private Sidewalks

In a recent opinion, the New Jersey Supreme Court held that the common-law immunity of a residential property owner from personal injury claims occurring on an abutting public sidewalk does not apply to bar such a claim against a homeowners association that arises due to the accumulation of snow and ice on a private sidewalk owned by the association and maintained as a common area within a residential community.

Appellate Division Invalidates Ordinance Requiring License for Residential Rental Units

On August 6, 2015, an Appellate Division panel considered in Timber Glen Phase III, LLC et al. v. Township of Hamilton, the scope of municipal authority granted by N.J.S.A. 40:52-1 (the Licensing Act). Pursuant to the Licensing Act, the Court concluded that municipalities' licensing authority is limited to commercial and residential rentals with leases of less than 175 days.

NPD Obtains Appellate Victory Upholding General Development Plan for Route 322 Corridor

A New Jersey appellate court ruled today that the Woolwich Township Joint Land Use Board (Board) lawfully approved an amended general development plan (GDP) for a proposed commercial development that is the linchpin for the provision of public water and sewer to the Route 322 Corridor under a Court approved Mount Laurel settlement agreement. NPD’s Stephen Nehmad argued the case on behalf of the commercial developer/landowner.

NPD Partner Sal Perillo Gets Significant Land Use Decision in Atlantic County

Atlantic County Assignment Judge Julio Mendez recently issued a far reaching decision in a case involving a beachfront development in Margate with far reaching implications in the areas of FEMA compliance, the enforceability of covenants and when an appeal needs to filed by a neighbor. NPD partner Sal Perillo successfully represented the neighbors.