More Assistance on Complying with the Fair Chance in Housing Act!

As you may have seen on our blog, our attorneys at Ehrlich, Petriello, Gudin, Plaza & Reed have been contributing to many seminars on changes to New Jersey’s Fair Chance in Housing Act. Now that the law has officially taken effect, Derek Reed, Esq. is joining Nicholas Kikis and the New Jersey Apartment Association (NJAA) for another virtual class to answer all your questions about the new law.

When Did the New Fair Chance in Housing Act Take Effect?

The Fair Chance in Housing Act took effect on January 1, 2022, and the state adopted final regulations on January 3, 2022. This means the new law is enforceable as of January 3, 2022.

Why Come to Our Webinar?

The Fair Chance in Housing Act and its accompanying regulations are extremely complicated – and violating the law cannot only be expensive but also ruin your reputation. If you are a property owner in New Jersey, the NJAA webinar can help you make the right choices.

Our latest virtual class can expand on the information you learned in our last webinar or get up to speed with everything you need to know about New Jersey’s new law. During this virtual event, you will get an overview of the Fair Chance in Housing Act, an in-depth explanation of the associated regulations, and information about best practices and implementation requirements.

We will also make time for your questions, so you can avoid the costly penalties of violating the law.

What If I Need More Help?

If you find you need more help after our informative webinar, you can come directly to Attorney Reed and the rest of our team at Ehrlich, Petriello, Gudin, Plaza & Reed. We can help you with regulatory compliance and any problems you may face in landlord/tenant or real estate law.

We encourage you to pre-register for our Zoom webinar, attend virtually on Friday, February 4th, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., and call us at (973) 828-0203 or contact us online with any lingering questions or concerns.

For information on our previous webinars, please see: