Frank focuses his practice on litigation, property tax assessment appeals, and redevelopment/eminent domain matters. He has considerable experience in litigating tax appeal cases that involve alleged diminution of value due to environmental regulations and contamination.
Frank leads an experienced team of attorneys, paralegals, and administrative staff who have handled nationally prominent real property tax cases and set new legal precedents. His list of clients include financial institutions, insurance companies, real estate development corporations, and owners of office buildings, manufacturing facilities, large residential condo/co-op developments, and hotels before the Tax Court. He has a particular niche in representing golf courses, and whether in court, on the course, or in the clubhouse, he has their success in mind.
Frank is a frequent author and speaker, and appears regularly in the media. He is an adjunct professor at Boston College, where he teaches classes on real estate development and business law, and is the current chairman of the Newark Regional Business Partnership.