By Joshua Burd
Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP has named three new associates in its real estate group as part of a series of new promotions and hires.
The additions for the Woodbridge-based firm include Ghatul Abdul, who focuses in the areas of health care, corporate and real estate law. Based in Greenbaum’s Roseland office, her experience includes the drafting and negotiation of contracts and agreements, corporate and general business counseling, merger and acquisition transactions, employment and health care litigation and legal, privacy and security compliance matters.
Abdul earned her J.D. from Seton Hall University School of Law.
Greenbaum has also hired Michael J. Coskey, who represents clients in real estate transactions, litigation and land use matters, including the acquisition, disposition and leasing of commercial and multifamily residential properties, according to a news release. His practice also focuses on development and redevelopment, while he has significant experience representing litigants in complex property tax appeals.
Coskey is based in the firm’s Red Bank office and holds a juris doctor degree from Widener University School of Law.
Justine A. DelVecchio, who is also based in Roseland, concentrates her practice in real estate and redevelopment, the firm said. She assists in the firm’s representation of clients in transactions involving commercial and residential properties, including acquisitions, sales and leases, with a practice that also includes drafting transactional documents, oversight of title reviews and due diligence.
DelVecchio earned her J.D. from New York Law School.
The new hires come alongside several other moves, including the promotion of Joel Clymer, Irene Hsieh, Kersten Kortbawi and Meredith C. Sherman to partner and the addition of Jessica M. Carroll and Mitchell Horner as counsel and associate, respectively.