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“Community Association Transition: Defects, Implied Warranties and Consumer Fraud,” New Jersey Law Journal

For every condominium and homeowner association, “control” is eventually transferred by the developer to an owner-controlled governing board after construction. This is called “transition.” A successful transition is one in which the owner-controlled board works with the developer to ensure appropriate governance, adequate financial resources, and a properly designed and constructed community. But what happens […]

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Vincenzo Mogavero on Corporate Veil Piercing in the New Jersey Law Journal

In theory, corporate subsidiaries and affiliates are separate and distinct. When these entities run as free-standing, self-governed organizations manned by their own employees that operate as a going concern such that the entities have a separate existence from their corporate parent, the law respects the corporate form. However, when corporations create a pyramid of empty […]

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Hudson County Jury Awards $10M in Consumer Fraud Case Against Builder

By Celia Ampel, June 26, 2017. This article originally appeared in the New Jersey Law Journal. Reprinted with permission. In Grandview at Riverwalk Port Imperial Condominium Association v. K. Hovnanian at Port Imperial, a Hudson County jury on June 1 awarded a $10 million construction defect verdict against a publicly traded developer and an architectural company. The […]

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