Ted Del Guercio, III is a partner of McManimon, Scotland & Baumann, LLC. Prior to joining the Firm in 2005, Ted worked with Samuel M. Silver, L.L.C. of North Brunswick, NJ, with an emphasis on surety and recognizance law, and general civil litigation. Further, Ted previously served as Assistant Warren County Counsel from 1998-2000, and brought that public sector background and county governmental experience to the Firm as well.
Since joining McManimon, Scotland & Baumann, Ted has practiced primarily within the Firm’s litigation and local government general/special counsel group, assisting in all manner of local government practice and representation, from routine transactional real estate matters and daily governance advice, to complex civil litigation and the drafting of complex transactional agreements. He has been involved in matters pertaining to redevelopment (including preparation of redevelopment agreements and associated eminent domain proceedings), county and municipal utilities authorities representation, construction matters (both transactional and construction litigation matters), public procurement issues (including bid specifications, bid review, and handling bid challenges), ad valorem tax/assessment defense and appeals, local government labor and employment matters, the defense of local government interests within bankruptcy proceedings, local government representation generally, and other general civil litigation for private sector clientele.
Ted has assisted with the Firm’s role as general and/or special counsel to numerous municipal, county, local agency(ies) and other governmental units, including the Township of Little Falls, the Township of Edison, the Borough of Belmar, the Morris County Improvement Authority, the former Bayonne Local Redevelopment Authority, the City of Bayonne, the City of Newark, the Newark Housing Authority, the County of Hudson and its Improvement Authority, the Township of Franklin (Somerset County), the Bayonne Municipal Utilities Authority, the Borough of Carteret, the Carteret Redevelopment Agency, the Plainfield Municipal Utilities Authority, the Old Bridge Municipal Utilities Authority, the Willingboro Municipal Utilities Authority and the Passaic Valley Water Commission. Ted has also assisted with the representation of various Firm public school clientele in both transactional and litigated matters, including the Burlington Township Board of Education, Deptford Township Board of Education, the Delran Township Board of Education, the Newark Public Schools, the Willingboro Board of Education (with respect to construction counsel matters) and the Lower Cape May Regional School District and its development of a solar project. Ted’s public school representation has also included public procurement and schools construction related advice, as well as assisting various districts in the preparation of complex power purchase and renewable energy agreements and arrangements.
Ted received his J.D. in 1997 from Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, and his B.A. in Political Science from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, in 1994. Ted is admitted to practice law in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and the United States District Court for the State of New Jersey (including the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey).