Patricia J. Ryou
Patricia J. Ryou is a founding partner of Pearlman & Miranda. Ms. Ryou has successfully counseled and guided clients through intricate commercial transactions involving issues of redevelopment, tax exemption applications, real property law, development rights acquisitions, commercial leasing, land use, environmental law, public financing and private lending issues, government relations, public relations and general corporate formation and governance matters.
Ms. Ryou has successfully represented private developers in complicated negotiations with New Jersey state and municipal entities on redevelopment agreements and financial agreements, including procuring Redevelopment Area Bond financings and other incentives for multi-million dollar redevelopment projects in the state.
In representing public clients, Ms. Ryou has experience guiding, and advocating on behalf of, municipal governing bodies and redevelopment entities through the complicated processes under the Redevelopment Law surrounding redevelopment projects.
Long Term Tax Exemption Law
Redevelopment Area Bond Law
Horse Racing Law
Public Finance Law
Renewable Energy Law
Villanova University School of Law, J.D., 1999
Pennsylvania State University, B.A., 1996
New Jersey State Bar Association
Top 40 Lawyers Under 40, 2004