Jack Fersko, co-Chair of the firm’s Real Estate Department, is the Editor in Chief of “Commercial Real Estate Transactions in New Jersey,” a comprehensive 3-volume treatise that has just been published in its 4th Edition by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education (NJICLE).
The treatise, first published over two decades ago, remains the only complete guide to handling virtually every aspect of a commercial real estate transaction in New Jersey, and includes the contributions of a “blue ribbon” panel of authors addressing a wide range of topics. As Mr. Fersko explains in the 4th Edition preface, the work addresses many of the primary and complex issues that require attention in contemporary real estate transactions, including conveyances, leasing, financing, title, land use and redevelopment, environmental, commercial condominiums and co-ops, construction and development, tax planning for commercial real estate transactions, bankruptcy and foreclosure, brokerage, public financing, and (new for this Edition) commercial real estate tax appeals.
Mr. Fersko was joined by a number of attorneys from the firm – Jay A. Jaffe, Ann M. Waeger, John H. Hague and David C. Scott – as contributors to the treatise’s chapter addressing “Environmental Issues in Commercial Real Estate Transactions.” In addition, Greenbaum attorney Christine F. Li authored the chapter covering “Common Interest Ownership of Commercial Real Estate”; Matthew J. Schiller contributed to the chapter on “Leasing”; and Thomas J. Denitzio, Jr. is co-author of the chapter addressing “Real Estate Tax Appeals.”
Additional information, including a link to the authors’ biographies and the publication’s complete Table of Contents, can be viewed at: Commercial Real Estate Transactions in New Jersey