You have reached the website of the former New Jersey law firm of LoFaro & Reiser, LLP, which is in the process of winding down its business operations and is no longer accepting new clients. You can still contact each of the firm’s partners as noted below.
For Glenn R. Reiser
Mr. Reiser, a member of the New Jersey bar since 1990, is now practicing at Shapiro, Croland, Reiser, Apfel & Di Iorio, LLP located in Hackensack.
- Appellate practice
- Asset recovery/repo
- Attorney & professional ethics
- Bankruptcy Court litigation
- Cannabis Law
- Closely held business disputes
- Chancery Court litigation
- Commercial litigation
- Construction lien foreclosures
- Debt collection
- Domain name infringement
- Internet law
- Landord/Tenant evictions
- Matrimonial Law
- Fraudulent asset transfers
- Orders to show cause/emergent relief
- Partnership disputes
- Real estate litigation
- Receivership actions
- Restrictive covenants
- Shareholder disputes
- Will & probate dispute
For Carmine LoFaro
Mr. LoFaro, a member of the New Jersey bar since 1989, now practices at the Law Offices of Carmine LoFaro located in Hackensack.
- Business Disputes & Litigation
- Business Formation, Guidance, Sales & Acquisitions
- Real Estate Transactions & Litigation (incl. Landlord/Tenant)
- Estate Administration & Litigation
- Criminal Defense
- DWI & Traffic Defense
- Debt Collection
- Commercial & Contract Litigation
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