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Janine Getler

Janine Getler is a real estate and construction law attorney and principal of Getler, Gomes & Sutton PC in Suffern, New York. Janine has acquired 20 years of experience in real estate and construction law, helping her to become known as a leader in the legal industry. Her fields of expertise include development and construction of high rise projects in NYC, bank closings, workouts and litigation, contract negotiation work. She is also an active member of her community, and provides pro bono counsel to Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County, and is an active member of their Board of Directors.

Principal & Real Estate Attorney
Lancaster, US
[email protected]

What Is Getler, Gomes & Sutton PC?

Learn more about Getler, Gomes & Sutton PC, where Janine Getler works as the Principal.

Education

St. Michael’s College, 1979-1983

Bachelor's of Arts Degree

Brooklyn Law School, 1987-1990

Juris Doctor Degree. Recipient of West Publishing Company’s Award for achievement in Securities Law and American Jurisprudence Awards for Legal Writing I and II.

Work Experience

Principal, 2009-Present
Gelter, Gomes & Sutton PC

Getler, Gomes & Sutton PC is a real estate and construction law firm that offers services in the New York and New Jersey areas. They specialize in real estate & construction law, as well as high rise development law in New York City. The firm represents a wide variety of clients, including corporate developers and lenders, as well as high-rise developers.

General Council, 2006-2010
HRH Construction LLC

Provided counsel and support to a construction management firm which specialized in high rise projects in the New York metropolitan area. 

Council, 2001-2006
Zucker, Goldberg & Ackerman

Zucker, Goldberg & Ackerman is a foreclosure, bankruptcy and litigation firm in New Jersey. Janine Getler worked in real property practice with an emphasis in foreclosure and creditor rights, and handled all aspects of foreclosure work from demand letter to REO sale.

Senior Associate, 1994-2001
Price, Meese Shulman & D’Arminio

Janine Getler was the Senior Associate and real property attorney for Price, Meese Shulman & D'Arminio, a legal firm specializing in zoning and planning work. 

Volunteer Experience

Habitat For Humanity Of Bergen County, Inc.

Member of the Board of Directors & Pro Bono Attorney, 1994-Present

Janine Getler has been providing pro bono work for Habitat for Humanity as needed since 1994. She joined the Board of Directors in 2002, and remains an active member of the board today.


Rockland County Pride Center

Member of the Board of Directors, 2017-Present


SB One Bank

Advisory Board Member, 2017-Present


The Pinwheel Project
Vice President, 2006-2010


Montebello School Parent Teacher Association

President, 1999-2001

Speaking Engagements

Annual presentation for the Council of Affordable Housing’s Affordable Housing Fair 

1996-2004


Featured Lecturer for The Business Institute’s “Foreclosure and Secured Transactions Seminar” 

1998


Speaker on affordable housing issues for small groups with respect to the work of Habitat for Humanity

2002-Present


Janine Getler Blogs

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Real Estate Law

With over 20 years of professional experience in real estate law, Janine Getler has acquired a wealth of knowledge as a result. Learn more about what real estate law is, why it is so important to our economy, and more. See Janine Getler's real estate law blog here.

Philanthropy

As a businesswoman and committed philanthropist, Janine Getler is always eager to give back to her community. After acquiring many years of experience in philanthropy, Janine decided to begin a monthly blog outlining her knowledge and experiences. See Janine Getler's Philanthropy blog here.

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Leadership

Throughout the last 20 years, Janine Getler has gained an enormous wealth of experience as a leader in the real estate law industry. She created a monthly blog that talks about leadership, provides helpful tips to leaders, and more. See Janine Getler's Leadership blog here.


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