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PQA’s Waldron wins judgment against defendant under the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act

On August 25, 2010, the Honorable Mary C. Jacobson, Presiding Judge of the Superior Court for Mercer County, entered an order finding that the transfer of a home by a chiropractor to his mother, constituted a fraudulent transaction under the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act, N.J.S.A. 25:2-20, et seq (the “UFTA”). The Court also ordered that PQA may file a new application for relief under the UFTA, and may apply for a final judgment up to the $525,000 amount of the value of the home that the defendant unlawfully conveyed, as well as its attorneys’ fees and costs, once the amount of the damages the defendant owes to PQA’s client is established at the conclusion of parallel proceedings that are pending in another court pursuant to the New Jersey Insurance Fraud Prevention Act, N.J.S.A. 17:33A-1, et seq. Continue Reading

PQA Teams Up With LifeSize to Link its Offices Via Video

In July 2010, PQA joined the videoconferencing revolution. The firm’s LifeSize HD videoconferencing system will enable the attorneys and staff in PQA’s Belmar, Morristown and Trenton offices to better communicate and collaborate with each other, and with the firm’s clients. The system will make it easier to arrange meetings and cut down on travel time and costs, all while reducing the firm’s carbon footprint. Continue Reading

George McGill appointed Bradley Beach Borough Attorney

PQA Partner George D. McGill was appointed Bradley Beach Borough Attorney by Mayor Julie Schreck at the Borough’s annual reorganization meeting on July 1, 2010, and confirmed by a unanimous Borough Council. This will be McGill’s second tenure as Bradley Beach Borough Attorney. He previously served as Borough Attorney from 2001 through 2002, and had served from 1994 to 2001 as the Assistant Borough Attorney, in the absence of then Borough Attorney Joseph Quinn.
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PQA Wins Victory for Borough of Red Bank

PQA attorney Tom Hall recently won an important victory for the Borough of Red Bank and its children in the matter of General Sports Venue, L.L.C. d/b/a Astroturf v. Borough of Red Bank and Precise Construction Inc., Docket No., MON-L-2411-10. The Borough advertised bids to install a synthetic turf sports field. In the bid specifications, Red Bank reserved the right to choose the specific type of turf to be used within ten days of bid award. Precise Construction was the low bidder and specified that it would perform all preparatory and site work and use synthetic turf manufactured and installed by Astroturf. After the bid opening and at the municipality’s request, Precise agreed to substitute higher grade Field Turf brand synthetic turf at no additional cost. Astroturf sued both the Borough and Precise. Continue Reading

PQA Conducts Internal Investigation into Complex Check-Kiting Scheme

In December 2009, PQA was retained by the Audit Committee of a New Jersey state-chartered bank to conduct an internal investigation and provide legal counsel regarding a large-scale check-kiting scheme perpetrated by one of the bank’s customers.   The Committee set a very short deadline for the completion of the investigation.  Working over the Christmas… Continue Reading

PQA Wins Dismissal of $245 Million Suit

PQA won a stunning victory on April 22, 2009 in a civil matter pending before Judge Daniel M. Waldman in the Superior Court of New Jersey in Monmouth County, in which the plaintiffs were seeking $245 million in damages from PQA's client. Continue Reading

PQA Wins Dismissal of $245 Million Suit

PQA won a stunning victory on April 22, 2009 in a civil matter pending before Judge Daniel M. Waldman in the Superior Court of New Jersey in Monmouth County, in which the plaintiffs were seeking $245 million in damages from PQA’s client. PQA was retained in July 2008 to defend a client in a highly-publicized… Continue Reading

Pringle joins Governor Corzine, Commissioner Dilts and other NJ transportation officials at opening of widened Driscoll Bridge

PQA Partner and Belmar Mayor Ken Pringle joined Governor Jon S. Corzine, NJDOT Commissioner Stephen Dilts, Assembly Transportation Committee Chairman John Wiesniewski, Highway Authority Commissioner Michael Dupont and other transportation officials at a press conference on May 21, 2009 marking the completion of the $225 million construction project to widen the Garden State Parkway’s Driscoll… Continue Reading

Pringle Named Parade Grand Marshal

PQA Managing Partner and Belmar Mayor Ken Pringle has been selected as the Grand Marshal for the 2009 Belmar-Lake Como St. Patrick’s Day Parade, which will be held on March 1, 2009. The parade, which has been an annual Jersey Shore tradition since 1973, is the largest St. Patrick’s Day Parade in New Jersey, and… Continue Reading

Anzano Honored by Brain Injury Association

The Brain Injury Association of New Jersey has announced that it will honor PQA Partner and Hopewell Mayor Paul Anzano at its Annual Gala on March 10, 2009. Mr. Anzano is being recognized for his leadership in spearheading the effort to obtain passage of the law creating the Traumatic Brain Injury Fund (“TBI”), which has… Continue Reading

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