Attorney Bruce E. Gudin wrote an article titled, “How the Global COVID-19 Pandemic Has Affected Landlord Tenant Practice in New Jersey” in the April 2021 Edition of the New Jersey Lawyer Magazine.
In the article, Attorney Gudin addresses how the coronavirus outbreak has suspended pending court cases regarding landlord/tenant law in New Jersey – without any scheduled trial dates in the future, contributing to a massive backlog of court cases. He also goes into detail about federal and state emergency orders, as well as the exceptions the New Jersey Supreme Court announced for certain evictions.
New Jersey Lawyer Magazine is the New Jersey State Bar Association’s award-winning bimonthly professional journal. Each issue touches upon a specific area of law, providing informative articles by legal professionals in the field.
Attorney Gudin has practiced landlord/tenant law for 32 years. He is the co-author of Landlord-Tenant and Related Issues in the Superior Court of New Jersey, which is considered the preeminent text on the subject and relied upon by both judges and lawyers throughout the state.
Read the entire article by clicking here: How The Global Covid-19 Pandemic Has Affected Landlord Tenant Practice In New Jersey
If you are facing a landlord and tenant legal dispute in New Jersey or within the surrounding area, contact Ehrlich, Petriello, Gudin, Plaza & Reed P.C., Attorneys at Law today at (973) 828-0203 and discuss your case with our experienced and notable legal team.