Wolff & Samson's Mitchell Berkey and Dennis Toft Named to New Jersey's Top 5 Real Estate Attorneys
August 13, 2013
Wolff & Samson PC is proud to announce that Members of the Firm Mitchell S. Berkey, of Livingston, New Jersey, and Dennis M. Toft, of Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, were jointly recognized in a listing of New Jersey's Top 5 Real Estate Attorneys, as determined by The News Funnel's "New Jersey Real Estate Rockstars" survey.
The News Funnel is a real estate resource that gathers trade news and information from trusted industry sources and then lets users craft that information into a custom feed, unique to their geographic market, industry segment and areas of interest. All winners of the “New Jersey Real Estate Rockstars” listing were chosen based on participant submissions. "Real Estate Rockstars" are identified in six different categories: 1) tenant representation brokers, 2) landlord representation brokers, 3) investment sales brokers, 4) industrial brokers, 5) real estate attorneys, and 6) retail brokers.
Mr. Toft, co-chair of Wolff & Samson’s Environmental Group, is a renowned environmental lawyer who applies a keen understanding of science and the complexities of regulatory process when addressing the wide range of issues that his clients face. He provides counsel on all aspects of environmental law, including regulatory counseling, environmental due diligence, permitting, enforcement and environmental litigation, development/redevelopment and environmental insurance.
Mr. Toft received his J.D. from Columbia University Law School and his B.S. in Physics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Mr. Berkey, co-chair of Wolff & Samson’s Real Estate, Development and Land Use Group, concentrates on all aspects of real estate ventures and transactions, including acquisitions, sales, financing, development, leasing, management, loan workouts, ownership restructuring and resolution of intra-ownership disputes. His extensive background spans all asset types, including office, retail, industrial, hospitality and mixed-use properties in markets across the United States.
Mr. Berkey received his J.D. from Fordham University School of Law, where he was editor-in chief of the Fordham Urban Law Journal, and his B.S. from Binghamton University.