...says Acciardi's lawyer, Gregory Vella of Collins, Vella & Casello in Farmingdale. The new suit, Club...
... Club lawyer Gregory Vella,of Collins, Vella & Casello in Farmingdale, agrees: "There's no federal or...
In an as-applied challenge to a statute regulating where a sexually oriented business may operate, a court may consider alternative sites in another state
The state Supreme Court is deciding whether New Jersey towns, in seeking to restrict where adult-oriented businesses can operate, can essentially force those businesses to relocate to other states
Defendant's municipal ordinance, that purports to regulate BYOB and not simply permit it, is pre-empted by N.J.S.A. 2C:33-27
Zoning restrictions as applied to plaintiff's sexually oriented business must be analyzed under the factors outlined by the Supreme Court in Township of Saddle Brook v. A.B. Family Center
A use variance is not required for cross-zone driveways in a planned development where the parking in each zone is sufficient to accommodate all of the uses in that zone and the driveways are not nec
...their homes must file papers with the court, says Casello, of Farmingdale's Collins, Vella & Casello. The added work and risk lawyers...
...CO, INC., 496 SHREWSBURY AV, RED BANK; Chap. 11; atty. COLLINS, VELLA AND CASELLO; 05/06; BK-05-25313 CAMPUS CONCEPTS, INC...
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