Stark & Stark attorney Gene Markin, member of the firm’s Construction Litigation Group, authored the article “Consumer Fraud Act is Effective in Construction Cases," published on October 14, 2013 in the New Jersey Law Journal.

Mr. Markin discusses how the Consumer Fraud Act has been successfully put to work in Construction Litigation cases. In his article, he talks specifically about the case between Monroe Station Associates, a developer, and The Belmont, a condominium association. Monroe Station was accused of deceiving the initial buyers of The Belmont with a misleading public offering statement and marketing materials. Mr. Markin said, “All things considered, this was a big win for condominium associations and unit owners. It is clear the Consumer Fraud Act has teeth and can yield big awards against unscrupulous developers.”

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