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COVID-19 vaccine.

No shot?

Vaccine mandates have proven to be one of the most politically and culturally polarizing topics. Perhaps not surprisingly, then, when NJBIZ reached out to 55 companies about their policies, including some of the state’s largest employers, eight declined to comment and 32 simply did not respond.

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Sills Cummis brings on two members

Joining the firm's Newark office are Keith Hemming in the litigation department, who will also chair the construction and energy law practice; and Frank Vitolo, who will be a part of the real estate department and will co-chair the statewide land use practice.

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NJBIZ 2021 Law Power 50

Presenting the 2021 Law Power 50

In the best of times, doing business in New Jersey requires the ability to navigate a dense web of legal and regulatory issues and requirements. During a deadly global pandemic – and in its aftermath – that task is more difficult. Even the most skilled leaders will need guidance, advice and sometimes representation. The individuals we recognize on this year's list have proven themselves up to the challenge.

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Melissa Orsen, senior vice president and general counsel, South Jersey Industries

No. 5: Melissa Orsen

She joined SJI in 2017 as general counsel, now as senior vice president and president and chief operations officer for South Jersey Gas she is responsible for the day to day leadership and strategic oversight there, with a focus on driving operational excellence.

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Tony Coscia, chairman of the board, chairman of the audit & finance committee, Amtrak.

No. 1: Anthony Coscia 

A partner at Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf, he is also the chairman of Amtrak and one of three trustees of the Gateway Development Program Corp., the nonprofit organization managing the railroad bridge and tunnel undertaking.

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