WEST ORANGE, N.J. - Tracey Goldstein, Esquire, will serve as a featured speaker at the Rutgers Institute for Professional Education's "Fundamentals of New Jersey Commercial Leasing and Residential Landlord/Tenant Practice" program. The CLE seminar will be held at Rutgers School of Law-Newark on Monday, November 4, 2013, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. As a member of Feinstein, Raiss, Kelin & Booker L.L.C. of West Orange, N.J., Goldstein's practice focus is real estate-related litigation matters on behalf of property owners, managers and developers. 

 

Designed for newly admitted lawyers, the program will address a wide range of leasing and landlord/tenant concerns. These include the Anti-Eviction Act, procedures for non-payment and other grounds, settlements, preparation for trial, warrants of removal, abandoned property, commercial leases and applicable ethical considerations. Philip Neuer, Esquire, MCR, of the Safer Holding Corporation, will also speak at the seminar.

 

Goldstein is a sought-after guest speaker for a wide range of landlord/tenant issues, including residential and commercial evictions, bed bug litigation and housing discrimination matters. She has handled litigation in the New Jersey State and Federal Trial Courts as well as in the Appellate Division and the New Jersey Supreme Court. 

 

To register for "Fundamentals of New Jersey Commercial Leasing and Residential Landlord/Tenant Practice," visit www.rutgerscle.com or www.frkblaw.com for more information. The CLE credits for this program are 3.5 for NJ, 3.5 for NY, and 3.0 for Pa., all of which include 1.0 ethics credit hour and can be used to satisfy newly admitted attorney requirements.