Mr. Goldsmith's practice focuses on redevelopment, downtown and urban revitalization, transit oriented development, project financing and incentives, sustainable building initiatives and public-private partnerships. His experience encompasses counseling clients on the specialized issues in redevelopment related to parking demand, design and construction. Mr. Goldsmith also has broad experience in complex commercial litigation, construction litigation and appellate work.Other: - Listed in The Best Lawyers in America© (a trademark of Woodward/White, Inc.) in the Real Estate Law and Land Use & Zoning Law practice areas (2007 – present) - Selected by Best Lawyers® (a trademark of Woodward/White, Inc.) as 2019 Woodbridge "Lawyer of the Year" in Land Use and Zoning Law - Listed in Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business (a publication of Chambers and Partners) in the Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use practice area (2006 – present) - Listed in New Jersey Super Lawyers (a Thompson Reuters business) in the Real Estate practice area (2010 – present) - Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Rated AV® Preeminent (a trademark of Internet Brands, Inc.) (2001 – present) - Recipient of the Associate of the Year Award from the New Jersey Builders Association (2019) - Recipient of a New Jersey Future Smart Growth Award (2009) - Recipient of the President's Award for Distinguished Leadership in Planning from the New Jersey Chapter of the American Planning Association (2007). Academic Appointments: - Developed and teaches a course in redevelopment law at Rutgers University School of Law, Newark - Teaches a course in redevelopment law at the Kislak Real Estate Institute at Monmouth University - Served as an adjunct professor of environmental law in the Graduate Department of Urban Planning and Policy Development at Rutgers University - Taught environmental law in the Master’s degree program for environmental engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology
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