Cozen O’Connor: Judge Halts Seawall Construction at Singer Island Condo Tower

Judge Halts Seawall Construction at Singer Island Condo Tower

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Simeon Brier and Matthew Criscuolo, members of Cozen O'Connor's Commercial Litigation Department, and Thomas Dye, a member of Cozen O’Connor’s Intellectual Property Department, discuss an emergency motion filed on October 14, 2016, on behalf of their client, Jeffrey Orelove, to halt construction of a $2 million seawall behind the client’s oceanfront condominium. Simeon explains, “Orelove maintained unit owners weren’t given proper notice before the board approved the project and weren’t given enough information to make a decision.” Thomas adds that “Orelove moved into the building in 2014, and he wanted to be educated about the pros and cons of seawalls before reaching an opinion.” 

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