Rick Brodsky co-chairs the firm’s Land Use & Zoning Department, as well as the Real Property Tax Appeals Department. He devotes his practice to the areas of land use and development, real estate transactions and financing, and real estate tax appeals. He represents and counsels clients in all phases of real estate acquisitions, financings and development, and he regularly appears on land use matters before municipal and county planning boards and state agencies. He also represents lenders and banks on various mortgage and asset-backed loans.
A former mayor of Middletown Township, Rick previously served as a three-term member of Middletown Township’s governing body and as a member of its Planning Board. He is a former assistant corporation counsel in the Real Estate Litigation Division of the New York City Law Department. He has been named as a New Jersey Super Lawyer*.
Brooklyn Law School, J.D., 1988
Wesleyan University, B.A., 1984