John J. Reilly, a partner in the firm’s Litigation Department, is on the faculty for the seminar “Appraisals 101: Standards; Definitions; and Basic Concepts, Principles and Techniques,” to be presented on Thursday, December 1, 2016 from 5:00pm – 7:00pm at the offices of the Middlesex County Bar Association in New Brunswick.
Mr. Reilly will be joined by Russell K. Sterling of Sterling, DiSanto & Associates for a presentation that will focus on the following issues:
- THE Most Important Section of Any Appraisal
- What Type of Appraisal Does Your Client Need?
- What is the Purpose and Use of the Appraisal?
- Financing; Tax Appeal; Eminent Domain; Equitable Distribution
- Disposition; Purchase Options; Market Rent Appraisals
- Charitable Donations (IRS Form 8283)
- Conservation Easements
- Estate Valuation
- Appraisals vs. BPO’s (Broker Price Opinions)
- Is it a “Good” Appraisal? What to Look for.
Mr. Reilly concentrates his practice in civil litigation, with a particular concentration in condemnation and eminent domain matters. He has briefed and argued before the Appellate Division and Supreme Court of New Jersey, and has briefed before the United States Supreme Court, on condemnation matters. Mr. Reilly’s litigation experience also encompasses other real estate matters, including prerogative writ challenges to redevelopment area designations and plans, local commercial property tax appeals, environmental cost recovery and contribution actions, commercial landlord-tenant disputes, environmental insurance coverage matters, construction litigation, consumer fraud claims and quiet title actions. Mr. Reilly is certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a Civil Trial Attorney.