RICHARD H. BEILIN is a lifelong resident of Morris County and has been a member of the New Jersey Bar since 1989. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N.J. in 1986 in English and Labor Studies, and his law degree from George Washington University National Law Center in 1989.
Throughout his legal career, Mr. Beilin has concentrated his practice in litigation, with an emphasis in representing homeowners’ associations and municipalities, commercial litigation, landlord-tenant matters, tax appeals and estate litigation. He regularly attends meetings of the governing bodies of municipalities and homeowners’ associations, and has extensive experience in all facets of local government and condominium association law, including contracting, drafting of governing documents, and use and prerogative writ litigation, tax appeals, leasing and employment matters.
Mr. Beilin devotes a significant portion of his practice to collection matters. He has edited the Case Law Digest on real property law for the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Real Property newsletter, and has spoken to realtors’ groups on bankruptcy and foreclosure issues.
Mr. Beilin served for six years on the District V-B Attorney Ethics Committee.