G. KEVIN SMITH is a Real Estate Professional specializing in Commercial/Industrial Properties with (35 +/-) years of real estate experience. Day-to-day business activities consistently require valuation of fees for the sale and leasing of properties and businesses for both Buyers and Sellers, Landlords and Tenants.
Corporate Realty is a full service commercial real estate firm offering a full array of brokerage, management & development services. The firm specializes in transaction based services for social service industries.
Charter Schools, general office, special needs, & housing to name a few. Additionally the firm offers a full range of services for & to the residential market place with multi skilled buyer & seller representative professionals.
MARVIN (“MERV”) S. HABER, a co-founder of the law offices of HABER DIPAUL LLC has over 30 years of civil, commercial and personal injury (litigation) experience. Mr. Haber is an award winning attorney and lecturer and maintains memberships in various recognition societies including the Million Dollar Trial Lawyers Forum, Louis D. Brandeis Law Society, Benjamin Franklin American Inn of Court, the Order of Justinians and Strathmore’s Who’s Who among Practicing Attorneys Registry. In 2019 Mr. Haber once again received the “10 BEST ATTORNEYS” Award by the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys for exceptional and outstanding client service (2017 through 2021).
Mr. Haber’s history of successful settlements and trial verdicts for his clients demonstrates a clear record of excellence and achievement. With hundreds of arbitrations and dozens of jury trials to his credit, Mr. Haber welcomes the opportunity to have you experience his firm’s aggressive, smart and savvy approach to lawyering.
After graduating cum laude from Boston University with a Bachelor’s degree in History, Mr. Haber continued his education at Boston University and obtained his Masters degree in Urban Affairs the following year. Mr. Haber continued his education when he received his law degree (Juris Doctor) from Temple University (Beasley) School of Law. During his law school tenure, Mr. Haber was elected to the Moot Court Honor Society, published several articles for the Jurist, the law school’s academic magazine, wrote the bench brief for the I. Herman Stern Moot Court Competition, and was a recipient of a Temple University Law School Fellowship. Mr. Haber also reached the semi-finals of the Myrna Marshall National Federal Moot Court Competition. In July, 2019, Cornell University conferred a certification in Conflict Management to Mr. Haber and he is now available for mediations and arbitrations.
Mr. Haber has served on several Boards and served as President and Treasurer of the Cedar Sands Condominium Association in Brigantine, New Jersey. He sits presently as a Board member of the Crown of Israel Synagogue and is general counsel/advisory board member to Menzfit, a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting homeless men. He is a former member of the Logan Square Planning Board, former President and Treasurer of the Hamilton Townhome Association. Mr. Haber is a general counsel and has been selected to serve on the Board of Directors of “Spread the Whiz”-a non-profit organization dedicated to advocating healthy nutrition in school-aged children. Mr. Haber is also on the Board of Trustees of the Sons of Italy, Marlton, NJ and serves as the Orator for organization.
Mr. Haber is a member of the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Bars and serves as the firm’s New Jersey resident partner. He is also admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the United States District Court of New Jersey and the United States 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals. He serves as a certified Federal and State Arbitrator (PA) and maintains memberships in several state Bar and local Trial Lawyer Associations in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Mr. Haber has recently been appointed to the PA Bar Association’s Judicial Investigation Committee-organized to vet appellate Judges and Justices in order to maintain integrity of the Pennsylvania Appellate Court System.