Law Firm in North Bergen, NJ

The Law Office Of Joseph A Rutigliano, L.L.C.

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our talented legal advocates focus on providing legal servic
At The Law Office of Joseph A. Rutigliano, L.L.C. in North Bergen, New Jersey, our talented legal advocates focus on providing exemplary legal services in a variety of practice areas that affect our clients throughout Hudson County. Through straightforward and common-sense legal advice and representation, we are often able to resolve cases involving residential real estate, landlord-tenant matters and other property concerns in our clients' favor. We approach each case with confidence and implement a customized legal strategy to each case. This approach often helps us to discover and implement creative solutions. Our clients are always informed of the latest updates in their case because we pride ourselves on our strong communication skills and commitment to being accessible to our clients. Discuss your claim and your legal options during a free initial consultation at The Law Office of Joseph A. Rutigliano, L.L.C.
Practice Areas
 Legal Services  Real Estate/Property
 Juris Doctor (J.D.)
Joseph has extensive experience with civil litigation, property tax, real estate, governmental and landlord-tenant law. He has represented individuals, municipalities, counties, authorities, and school boards in a range of litigation and compliance matters. He is regularly involved in civil defense litigation and represents clients in matters involving the New Jersey Tort Claims Act (Title 59), Tax Appeal matters, real estate closings and litigation and municipal and governmental planning matters. He also handles personal injury, traffic, municipal court and criminal matters and debt defense.

Joseph serves as Assistant Counsel to the Township of Weehawken where he defends state and county-level property tax appeals filed against Weehawken Township, drafts Township responses to Open Public Records Act (OPRA) requests, is involved in matters relating to New Jersey's Pay to Play laws and in involved with litigation affecting the Township.

He has handled the purchase and sale of fire apparatus, the planning, development and leasing of school buildings and the drafting and implementation of a school system-wide computerized student medical policy along with the drafting of student medical notification and consent forms. He has litigated cases involving school board tenure laws, attendance at public schools by non-residents, liability for fraudulent use of credit cards and matters involving persons who were sued civilly for actions which had previously been the subject of criminal litigation involving restitution.
Bar Admissions
2001, New Jersey; 2002, District of Columbia
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8512 Kennedy Boulevard
Suite 2