The Law Office of Karen L. Cayci, LLC is dedicated to providing effective and efficient legal representation. Our founder Karen L. Cayci, brings over twenty-five years of experience, focusing her practice in the areas of administrative law, local government law, land use and real estate law, small business law and related litigation in state and federal courts. Prior to founding her current firm, Ms. Cayci clerked for the New Jersey Office of Administrative Law and was a partner in two well-regarded law firms in Mercer County. Ms. Cayci has provided representation to municipal entities, individuals, small businesses and non-profit organizations. Ms. Cayci is also a trained mediator, having served as a mediator on the New Jersey Court Roster of Approved Mediators since 1999 and has handled numerous mediations. Ms. Cayci is a member of various professional organizations and previously served on the New Jersey Supreme Court Committee of Court Efficiency and as member of the Mercer County Inns of Court. Ms. Cayci received her A.B. degree from Bryn Mawr College and her law degree from the Villanova University School of Law. She is admitted to practice to the bars of New Jersey and Pennsylvania as well as the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.
Toll Brothers, Inc. v. Township of West Windsor, 190 N.J. 61 (2007); Toll Brothers, Inc. v. Township of West Windsor (Mount Laurel III), 73 N.J. 502 (2002); LDM, Inc. v. Princeton Regional Health Com’n, 336 N.J. Super. 277 (L. Div. 2000); Bryant v. New Jersey Dept. of Transp., 1 F. Supp.2d 426 (D.N.J.May 18, 1998); Bryant v. New Jersey Dept. of Transp., 987 F. Supp. 343 (D.N.J. Feb.17, 1998), order vacated in Part on Reconsideration, 998 F. Supp. 438 (D.N.J. Mar. 18, 1998); Bryant v. City of Atlantic City, 309 N.J. Super. 596 (App. Div. 1998); Brown v. City of Jersey City, 289 N.J. Super. 374 (App. Div. 1996).
ABOUT THE FIRM
Provide representation in administrative law hearings and appellate hearings in connection with contested administrative agency applications.
Formation of business entities, lease and contract review, review of regulatory requirements and related dispute resolution with vendors.
Representation of municipal governing bodies, library boards, zoning and planning boards.
Preparation of related resolutions, contracts, prepare and review public bid documents, and representation in municipal prerogative writ litigation, performance guarantee and construction litigation.
Acquisition, disposition, development and leasing of all property types.
Contracts for construction, design and development,
and use and development analyses, including related permits and approvals representing public and private clients in eminent domain litigation.