Day Pitney is pleased to announced that Craig Gianetti has joined the firm today as partner in the Real Estate, Land Use and Environmental department. His practice focuses on commercial and residential real estate transactional matters, land use and redevelopment, and construction and contract litigation. He represents clients in securing commercial and residential land use development approvals, and conducts due diligence research and prepares detailed reports on the viability of real estate projects.
"We've been a leader in the real estate area in the Northeast region for many years," said Day Pitney Managing Partner Stanley A. Twardy, Jr. "Craig's addition will further enhance the services we offer clients."
Dennis Reznick, head of the Real Estate, Land Use and Environmental practice, said: "Our group provides a complete spectrum of services to a wide range of real estate clients. Craig's practice complements and deepens our service offerings. He is a great addition to our team."
Mr. Gianetti also represents clients in real estate litigation matters, including breach of leases and contracts, property disputes and builder's remedy lawsuits. He represents general contractor and subcontractor clients, and has extensive experience in affordable housing matters related to developer and municipal compliance with affordable housing laws, including builder's remedy lawsuits.
"Day Pitney offers a fantastic platform for me to continue to grow and expand my practice, and I am looking forward to working with some of the best real estate attorneys in the region," Gianetti said.
In addition to his legal practice, Mr. Gianetti teaches a course at Rutgers University's Center for Government Services and has been a guest speaker at the Kislak Real Estate Institute at Monmouth University. Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Gianetti served as judicial clerk to the Honorable Eugene D. Serpentelli, Assignment Judge of the New Jersey Superior Court, Ocean County Law Division, where he assisted in the majority of land use and affordable housing matters in Ocean County.
Mr. Gianetti graduated magna cum laude from the Quinnipiac University School of Law and has a B.S. from Villanova University. He joins the firm from Giordano Halleran & Ciesla in Monmouth County, NJ.
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Day Pitney LLP is a full-service law firm with more than 300 attorneys in Boston, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, and Washington, DC. The firm offers clients strong corporate and litigation practices, with experience on behalf of large national and international corporations as well as emerging- and middle-market companies and individuals.
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