The New Jersey Association of Counties (NJAC) invited Andrew Bayer and Cindy M. Perr to present at their Annual Conference in Atlantic City, NJ. The conference will be held at Bally’s Park Place Hotel and Casino, June 10-13, 2008.
The attorneys will present on Wednesday, June 11, 2008, on “COAH’s Third Round Rules: Their Impact on Municipal and County Government.” The seminar will address COAH’s proposed Third Round regulations, which dramatically increase the statewide requirements for affordable housing, and how municipalities and county governments will face an increased need for available services as a result.
Andrew Bayer, a partner and director of the Firm’s Litigation and Public Entity/Municipal Law Practice Groups, concentrates his practice in land use and affordable housing litigation. He represents public entities in transactional and litigation matters, and private entities in general commercial litigation matters. Bayer is a resident of East Windsor, New Jersey.
Cindy Perr, a partner in the Litigation, Public Entity/Municipal Law and Health Law Practice Groups, concentrates her practice on general litigation with an emphasis in the areas of commercial, real estate and municipal law. Her experience also includes transactional and litigation matters involving health law matters. Perr is a resident of Medford, New Jersey.
NJAC serves as an advocacy group for county governments and their taxpayers, promotes federal and state legislative initiatives that advance county interests, fosters cooperation and coordination among New Jersey’s 21 counties and aids county officials in providing efficient and effective service to their constituencies. For additional information about the NJAC Conference, visit www.njac.org.