Dilworth Paxson LLP Welcomes Jennifer L. Cordes to Firm


November 10, 2016 (Philadelphia, PA) - Dilworth Paxson LLP welcomes Jennifer L. Cordes to the Firm as Of Counsel in its Cherry Hill, New Jersey office. Jennifer is a former Deputy Attorney General with the State of New Jersey and served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Joseph P. Testa, J.S.C. She focuses her practice in the areas of environmental counseling, litigation and real estate.

Jennifer regularly assists business owners, home owners, developers, and nonprofit organizations, advising them on regulatory compliance issues and negotiating with state and federal agencies. She is skilled at representing clients involved in permit or enforcement actions, providing assistance in satisfying their Industrial Site Recovery Act (ISRA) obligations, and is very knowledgeable in cost recovery matters under Superfund and the Spill Compensation and Control Act.

“I am honored to join Dilworth Paxson, a firm with a proud legacy and true vision for the future.”

Jennifer devotes significant time to negotiating and drafting agreements of sale, leases, easements, and similar documents involving the use of real property. She frequently works with clients throughout the property acquisition process to ensure they are meeting due diligence deadlines. Jennifer’s practice also includes handling tax appeals on behalf of municipalities and taxpayers.

Rounding out her impressive resume, Jennifer has a considerable appellate practice, authoring numerous briefs and having appeared before the New Jersey Appellate Division. She has also petitioned for certification before the New Jersey Supreme Court. 

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