Author Archives: Gabrielle Saulsbery

Ayers promoted to partner at Seeger Weiss

Litigator Christopher Ayers has been promoted to partner at Seeger Weiss LLP in Ridgefield Park. Ayers joined the firm as counsel in September 2017 from New York’s Anderson Kill. He focuses on class actions, mass torts and complex commercial litigation involving consumer protection, investment fraud, antitrust and pharmaceutical injury. In addition to New Jersey and New York, Ayers is admitted ...

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Gibbons opens Red Bank office

Gibbons PC has opened its eighth location and its third location in New Jersey at 141 West Front Street in Red Bank. Former Chief Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court and New Jersey Attorney General James Zazzali opened the office; along with Stephen Reynolds, a director in the commercial and criminal litigation department and the former executive vice president, ...

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Party City to open in Rockaway Townsquare

Party City will open its newest location in Rockaway Townsquare, just three miles from the company’s headquarters. The party retailer is the largest vertically integrated supplier of decorated party goods globally, according to a release. Rockaway Townsquare is currently undergoing a renovation scheduled for completion this fall. The Simon property will feature contemporary furnishings, newly installed interactive digital directories, a recently ...

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Subaru sells 10 millionth vehicle in US

When Dr. Craig Harmon of Salt Late City bought his daughter Rachel a 2019 Subaru Impreza, a surprise celebration with the retailer’s owner, staff, and corporate representatives followed: this was the company’s 10 millionth U.S. sale. Harmon purchased the vehicle at Nate Wade Subaru, the oldest Subaru retailer in the country. He’s a Subaru faithful: he and his family own ...

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Investment broker sentenced to prison for stealing $270k from elderly couple

A Livingston investment broker who stole $270,283 from an elderly couple by getting them to invest in a fictitious investment program was sentenced to prison Friday. Michael Alan Siegel was sentenced to three years in state prison for second-degree theft by decisions and must pay full restitution to his victim. Her husband is now deceased. The New Jersey Bureau of ...

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Trucking company to pay $1.25 million in back unemployment and disability contributions for misclassifying drivers

National trucking company Eagle Intermodal Inc. settled its 13-year-old case with the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development Tuesday, agreeing to drop its federal lawsuit against the Department and agreeing to pay $1.25 million in back unemployment and disability contributions after misclassifying drivers for more than a decade. A 2006 audit revealed Chicago-based Eagle Intermodal was misclassifying drivers, and ...

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Lime unveils new 3.0 scooter in Hoboken fleet

Lime unveiled its new Lime 3.0 scooters Thursday in Hoboken. The new model features upgraded 10″ wheels for improved stability, a mountain bike-inspired front suspension system, multimodal braking, and longer battery life. Since its launch in May, 60,000 Hoboken riders have taken more than 390,000 trips over 376,000 miles, saving 10,500 gallons of gas and 342,000 pounds of carbon dioxide. Each ...

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Toys R Us vet Uitdenhowen in as president of Toy Retail Showrooms, which manages US Toys R Us stores

Toy Retail Showrooms, LLC, the new joint venture between Tru Kids Brands and software-powered experiential retailer b8ta that operates and manages the Toys R Us stores in the United States, has tapped retail vet Jamie Uitdenhowen as president. Uitdenhowen will oversee day-to-day operations, new experiential store development, and vendor partnerships in his new role leading up to Toys R Us brand’s national relaunch this ...

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