Pashman Stein Walder Hayden Names Andrew Bayer Chair of Public Entity Law Practice
Pashman Stein Walder Hayden is pleased to announce that Andrew Bayer has been named Chair of the firm’s Public Entity Law practice, effective January 1, 2023.
“Andy has built an outstanding reputation representing municipalities and public entities throughout New Jersey,” said firm Chair and Managing Partner Michael S. Stein. “HIs experience representing municipalities and land use boards gives him the unique capability to counsel commercial real estate developers to obtain land use development approvals and guide clients through the municipal redevelopment approval process, providing additional value to firm clients.”
Bayer’s practice is devoted to municipal law, commercial, healthcare and employment defense litigation, and land use law with a focus on affordable housing development. He has extensive experience in redevelopment and land use law and related litigation on behalf of public entities, land use boards and private developers. He regularly appears before all levels of New Jersey state and federal courts as well as the Office of Administrative Law.
Bayer has served as the Township Attorney and Special Counsel to many municipalities across the state. He serves as Special County Counsel to Monmouth County and he has represented Improvement and Utility Authorities with respect to both regulatory and litigation matters. He also represents municipal interests with respect to land use matters, especially a municipality’s constitutional obligation to provide for its fair share of affordable housing.
“I am thrilled to be leading this department and look forward to expanding the practice and continuing to grow and expand our capabilities in public entity law,” said Bayer.