From left: Peter Torcicollo, Gibbons PC managing director, and Ricardo Solano Jr. and Lawrence Lustberg, co-chairs of the firm's White Collar & Investigations Group
Jun 2, 2023

Solano rejoins Gibbons to help launch new practice

Former Assistant U.S. Attorney and First Assistant Attorney General of New Jersey Ricardo Solano Jr. will co-chair the firm’s standalone White Collar & Investigations Group.

May 24, 2023

TD Bank faces class action suit after scrapped First Horizon merger

The complaint alleges that the financial institution made misleading statements and omissions related to the terminated $13.4 billion deal.

Law books
May 23, 2023

Chief justice warns NJ’s judicial vacancy crisis ‘will not simply go away’

The ongoing shortage of judges has already led to the suspension of civil and divorce trials in six counties, and could cause similar stoppages elsewhere.

May 18, 2023

Former Immunomedics CFO admits to insider trading scheme

Prosecutors say the executive was among the first employees who received non-public information that the company's breast cancer drug had proven effective in pre-market clinical trials.

Amazon is one of the companies that will have representatives at the Morris/Sussex Vicinage job fair May 18.
May 11, 2023

Morris/Sussex vicinage plans May 18 job fair

Part of the Judiciary Opportunities for Building Success (JOBS) Program, the court has partnered with local employers and social services agencies to connect clients and participants with open positions and employment resources.

Marlene Lynch Ford has joined Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer PA as of counsel in its Red Bank office.
May 10, 2023

Former Ocean County judge joins one of NJ’s largest law firms

Also a prior prosecutor, Marlene Lynch Ford has had an extensive career in public service, with 24 years of experience on the bench.

Warehouse workers
May 9, 2023

Lyndhurst staffing agency ordered to pay $910K for unpaid OT

“While not admitting to any wrongdoing, Advantix chose to settle this matter with the USDOL rather than incur substantial legal fees and costs associated with protracted litigation,” an attorney representing Advantix Logistics Corp., told NJBIZ.

Jonathan Katz and Loren Rosenberg Lightman have joined as shareholders in Becker’s New Jersey community association practice.
May 9, 2023

Becker expands NJ presence with new office

The law firm also announced the addition of two partners, both formerly of Hill Wallack LLP in New Jersey.

May 4, 2023

Stark & Stark moves HQ to Hamilton

The firm will bring 200 employees to the 76,000-square-foot space, located at the historic American Metro Center.

Law books
May 3, 2023

NJ Supreme Court forms committee on mental health in legal community

Chaired by Justice Lee Solomon, the group is tasked with developing a series of recommendations to help support attorneys, judges and others.

Stethoscope and money
Apr 27, 2023

NJ doctor pleads guilty to $1.3M health care fraud scheme

According to prosecutors, Amtrak employees were recruited and paid for the use of their patient and insurance information to submit false and fraudulent claims, adding up to losses for the railroad company.

Johnson & Johnson's campus
Apr 21, 2023

Bankruptcy judge freezes Johnson & Johnson’s talc lawsuits

Earlier this month, the health conglomerate proposed an $8.9 billion settlement over the next 25 years to resolve current and future claims.