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Mediation Practice




Much of the representation we provide at Ansell.Law involves zealous advocacy on behalf of clients who find themselves embroiled in a dispute or engaged in or face the prospect of litigation. While we pride ourselves on the skills and acumen of our trial lawyers and our ability to consistently protect or advance our clients’ rights in litigated matters, we also recognize the courtroom is not always the best forum for resolving conflict.

When parties to a dispute and their attorneys seek an alternative to costly and disruptive litigation, Ansell’s Mediation practice group provides them with the opportunity to have their voices heard and issues resolved with the assistance of a seasoned, judicious, and respected third-party neutral.



Outnumbered or Outrageous: Understanding Shareholder Oppression in New Jersey

July 8, 2024

By Seth M. Rosenstein The concept of majority rule is not only a defining characteristic of democracy but also the way decisions are made in a wide range of contexts every day. No matter the issue – whether choosing between candidates for public office or deciding what toppings to put on a pizza, those on […]

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Ansell.Law Secures Motion to Dismiss Avoiding Frivolous Litigation for Firm Client

June 5, 2024

In a land use dispute where a litigious neighbor filed a complaint seeking to effectively appeal zoning permits issued for construction that has long since been completed – some for more than a decade – Litigation Department attorneys Anthony J. D’Artiglio and Brian J. Ashnault, with assistance from Land Use Department Co-Chair Jennifer S. Krimko, […]

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Bradley Beach Land Use Board Approves Revised Plan for the Movie Theater

May 29, 2024

Shareholder Jennifer Krimko recently led the team in securing amended approval from the Bradley Beach Land Use Board permitting the Firm’s client to operate a theater with a café and bar in Bradley Beach. The unanimous approval granted on May 16, 2024, allows for the renovation of the existing theater building into one larger theater […]

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