CLE Course Details

New Developments in Federal and New Jersey Landlord-Tenant Law in the Covid Era

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  • Description

    The law, like many other areas, has been hit hard by COVID-19. But the dynamic nature of law makes it somewhat more resilient than others and it is constantly moving forward. Specifically with regards to housing and tenant law, many changes are underway. Regardless of whether you are a landlord or tenant of a commercial or residential property, you need to navigate these changes skillfully.

    This CLE course will examine the obstacles facing practitioners as trials move forward in only partially opened courts and as moratoriums begin to expire. The course will explain the unprecedented impediments that have been placed before landlords, present practitioners forms and explain laws relevant to tenancies during the pandemic.

    Issues related to eviction in New Jersey and best practices to avoid pitfalls in landlord-tenant matters will be discussed.

  • Instructor Bio

    Kenneth Biedzynski

    Kenneth W. Biedzynski is a partner at Goldzweig, Green, Eiger & Biedzynski LLC. His practice focuses primarily on landlord-tenant law, personal injury and, commercial litigation. He currently represents various housing developments throughout the State of New Jersey. Mr. Biedzynski also serves as Special Counsel to Marlboro Township for affordable housing matters and he also serves as the Board Attorney for the Marlboro Township Affordable Housing Agency and Rent Control Board as well as being the board attorney for Marlboro Township’s Local Ethics Board. He is a member of the Monmouth County Bar Association and the New Jersey State Bar Association.

    A graduate of Kean University, Mr. Biedzynski received his J.D. from Seton Hall University. He served as an intern for Justice Daniel J. O’Hern of the New Jersey Supreme Court and for the Honorable Julia Ashby of the New Jersey Appellate Division. Mr. Biedzynski has also served on the New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on Civil Practice and he has published numerous articles and practice topics in Westlaw’s American Jurisprudence 2nd, Illinois Practice and Florida Jurisprudence.