1/4/2016: "Diminished Value in Automobile Damage Cases" Published January 2016

Stephen Hankin's article published in The New Jersey Law Journal: "Diminished Value in Automobile Damage Cases" Published January 2016

10/7/2015: Bell Secures Victory On Appeal, Reverses Trial Court Decision That Restricted Public Access to Government Documents

Bell Secures Victory On Appeal, Reverses Trial Court Decision That Restricted Public Access to Government Documents.

6/9/2015: Colin Bell selected for 2015 New Leaders of the Bar

Colin Bell selected for the 2015 New Leaders of the Bar:

 

4/8/2013: Evan M. Labov, Esquire, prevails on novel issue

Newest young associate, Evan M. Labov, Esquire, prevails on novel issue
regarding NJ Local Public Contracts Law.

2/27/2013: Bob Sandman wins appeal

Bob Sandman wins appeal on novel issues regarding the New Jersey Tort Claims Act

2/25/2013: Colin Bell Defamation Verdict

Hankin Sandman & Palladino attorney Colin G. Bell, ESQ. obtains $250,000.00 defamation verdict for NJ State Trooper falsely accused of wrongdoing.

3/27/12: Stephen Hankin compels removal of electronic billboard.

In a stunning upset, in the matter of Dr. Richard and Deborah Levitt v. Jersey Outdoor Media, Mr. Hankin reversed a decision of the Egg Harbor Township Planning Board which granted approvals for an electronic billboard along the corridor of Margate Bridge Road, as a result of which an injunction issued ordering its permanent removal.

1/30/12: Colin Bell Prevails on Appeal for Domestic Violence Victim

Colin Bell Prevails on Appeal for Domestic Violence Victim

11/28/2011: Defeating Pet Restrictions

Defeating Pet Restrictions in Residential Developments.

10/3/2011: Appellate Division dismisses suit

Appellate Division dismisses suit challenging the constitutionality of New Jersey's
municipal court system.

8/29/2011: 1.8M in State Construction Dispute

1.8M in State Construction Dispute - John Palladino

3/30/2011: Judge rules Wildwood's wording of police referendum is 'biased and misleading'

Judge rules Wildwood's wording of police referendum is 'biased and misleading'

2/22/2010: John Palladino and Colin Bell achieve major victory in Appellate Division for client Ernest Bock and Sons

John Palladino and Colin Bell achieve major victory in Appellate Division for client Ernest Bock and Sons

3/2/2010: Mt. Laurel ordered by court

Mt. Laurel ordered by court to adopt an ordinance recognizing Plaintiff's property as an amusement park for purposes of licensing under the Amusement Games License Law.

3/9/2009: Stunning March 6th defeat against the Department of Environmental Protection

In a stunning March 6th defeat against the Department of Environmental Protection, a 3-judge panel of the Appellate Division of the New Jersey Superior Court invalidated a settlement agreement between the Department and a neighbor of the firm’s client. In striking the Department’s over 3-decade, unchallenged practice of reaching settlement agreements which violate substantive CAFRA regulations, the Court reversed the decision of the Department’s Commissioner. Mr. Hankin authored the brief and argued this reported decision, Dragon v. New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and Edward Kelly.

7/25/2009: Stephen Hankin's article published in the Atlantic City Press: "Judge calls Avalon pool denial 'capricious'. Published July 25th, 2009.

Stephen Hankin's article published in the Atlantic City Press: "Judge calls Avalon pool denial 'capricious'. Published July 25th, 2009.

$4.6M for Construction Delays

Press Release: $4.6M for Construction Delays

Ernest Bock & Sons v. Princeton Regional Board of Education: A school board will pay..

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Stephen Hankin on Atlantic City's Casino Closings

Stephen Hankin of Atlantic City's Hankin Sandman Palladino & Weintrob agreed that nongaming activity has sustained the bar in the city. Casino closures are "going to have a de minimis impact, in my view," he said.

Hankin Sandman represented Tropicana for 25 years before an ownership change stanched that flow. The Atlantic County Improvement Authority also is a former client.

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John Palladino also successfully forces rebid of $87,000,000.00 project on behalf of the #2 bidder Ernest Bock & Sons, Inc.

John Palladino also successfully forces rebid of $87,000,000.00 project on behalf of the #2 bidder Ernest Bock & Sons, Inc.

Save Wildwood Catholic High School

Save Wildwood Catholic High School. Bob Sandman

John Palladino winning successive victories

Winning successive victories in the law division and appellate division, John Palladino obtained relief for client C&H Industrial Services ultimately resulting in an award to the client of a $24,799,000 contract for the construction of a power plant in the city of Vineland.

C&H Indus. Servs., Inc. v. City of Vineland

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