PRACTICESCommunity Association Law
Zoning, Planning and Land Use Law
Real Property Tax Appeals
Corporate and Commercial Law
EDUCATIONSeton Hall University School of Law, J.D., 1979
George Washington University, B.A. 1975
ADMISSIONSNew Jersey (State and Federal Courts)
New York (State Courts)
Louis Verde has been active in Community Association Law for over thirty years preparing offering plans as well as representing medium to large Condominium Associations and Apartment Corporations.
Additionally, he has extensive experience representing clients for the sale and acquisition of commercial property such as office buildings, shopping centers and apartment buildings, as well as litigation experience in real estate related matters, including community association related claims, land use, prerogative writ actions, real property tax appeals, commercial and residential landlord and tenant disputes and boundary disputes.
- Law Clerk to Honorable Raymond W. Young, J.S.C.,1979-1980
- Appeared before the United States House of Representatives Subcommittee on Consumer Credit and Insurance to establish a new pilot program to reform FNMA guidelines for lenders in the apartment corporation end-loan market and helped establish and sat on the Board for that pilot program for its duration.
- Lectured on landlord and tenant law for the Institute on Continuing Legal Education and related topics.
- New Jersey Bar Association
- New York Bar Association