Firm Argues That Hospital’s Offsite Physical Therapy Services at “Wellness Center” Is Not Entitled to Exemption

Martin Allen recently argued before the NJ Appellate Division in the case of Hunterdon Medical Center v. Readington. In that case, the N J Supreme Court reversed in part and remanded the matter to the Tax Court to determine…


Martin Allen speaks to Monmouth County Tax Assessors

Mr. Allen appeared on February 4 as a speaker at the Monmouth County Assessor’s 4th Annual Conference. The topic of his talk was the “Legal Pathway through the Appeal Process” in which he discussed the procedural defenses and…


Tax Court Decision Holds that Taxpayer Counsel May Not Communicate with Assessor Without Consent of Municipal Attorney

Martin Allen of the firm recent obtained a decision from the Tax Court in Kolvites v Manville (unreported), which has become a case frequently cited for its holdings. The Court held that a case cannot be dismissed at the County…


Martin Allen Argues Tax Appeal Issues Before the NJ Supreme Court

Martin Allen recently argued before the New Jersey Supreme Court in Davanne v. Edison. The issue of the case is whether the dismissal of a tax appeal pursuant to Chapter 91 (N.J.S.A.54:4-34) is unconstitutional pursuant to the…


A.M.Best Podcast on Insurance and Privacy Law

Steven Kunzman and Todd Ruback of the firm recently participated in a podcast with A.M Best regarding developments in privacy law and related insurance issues. To hear the podcast go to: http://www3.ambest.com/bestfeed/insurancelaw/Insurance_Law_Podcast_40.mp3


Tax Appeal Strategies in a Real Estate Down-turn

In the recent article published in New Jersey Municipalities magazine entitled “Tax Appeal Strategies in a Real Estate Down-turn,” Martin Allen, Esq. discusses the issues faced by municipalities in tax appeals now that the real estate bubble has…