Stuart Lederman Comments on Eminent Domain Ruling in Star-Ledger

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Stuart Lederman Comments on Eminent Domain Ruling in Star-Ledger
Date:
Jun 18, 2007
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Stuart M. Lederman, a partner in Riker Danzig’s Litigation and Governmental Affairs departments, was quoted in the June 18th issue of the Star-Ledger regarding the NJ Supreme Court’s recent eminent domain decision. Mr. Lederman said that the Gallenthin ruling “is certain to make redevelopment more expensive for towns by requiring them to pay planners more, and it may also slow the process.”

Mr. Lederman concentrates his practice in commercial litigation, government affairs, real estate and construction law. A recipient of the Moffet Henderson Litigation Award, he is also a former instructor with the Emory University School of Law Trial Techniques Program. Lederman frequently lectures to teachers and architects on the law. Mr. Lederman also serves on the New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on Character, is the former chair of the New Jersey Supreme Court’s District X Ethics Committee, is a former trustee of the Pingry School and currently serves on the Board of The Playwrights’ Theater of New Jersey