Jan 29, 2021

Eisenberg, Gold & Agrawal names two partners, one of counsel

The Cherry Hill law firm has started the year elevating and appointing individuals helping the establishment grow both is size and reputation.

Jan 26, 2021

Wilentz elects first female president, managing director

The appointment is not the first time Lisa Gorab has broken through barriers at the firm, having served on its management committee for more than 10 years following her election as its first female officer.

Jan 26, 2021

Greenberg Traurig adds real estate shareholder

Jody Saltzman joined the firm from K&L Gates, where she was a partner. She has broad experience negotiating commercial leases, subleases, and licenses nationwide for landlords and tenants, including, negotiating office, warehouse, showroom, gallery, restaurant, and retail leases; and she assists clients in reviewing and negotiating architect and construction agreements.

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Jan 25, 2021

DCR finds probable cause that America’s Best Contacts & Eyeglasses discriminated against pregnant former employee

A preliminary investigation has been concluded of the complaint and it has been determined there's sufficient evidence that a state anti-discrimination law has been violated.

Law Maker Sculpture by Eddie Dixon is one of five bronze sculptures representing the story of Juneteeth and a paved timeline of the Black Presence in the Americas—from the Middle Passage to the Emancipation Proclamation that leads to the Bell of Freedom at The George Washington Carver Museum, Cultural, and Genealogy Center in Austin, Texas.
Jan 19, 2021

Mandelbaum Salsburg attracts former AUSA, two from AmLaw200 firms

A federal prosecutor from the Newark U.S. Attorney’s Office, a construction law partner from Greenberg Traurig, and a commercial and real estate lending partner from Buchanan Ingersoll have joined the firm's Roseland office.

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Jan 15, 2021

Giordano names one shareholder, two practice group chairs

The Red Bank firm elevated Donna McBarron to shareholder and appointed C. Justin McCarthy and John Sarto as chairs of the real property taxation practice and the affordable housing practice respectively, effective Jan. 1.

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Jan 15, 2021

NJ sues feds over water contamination from military use of firefighting foam

The long-term use of the fire suppressant resulted in excessive levels of toxic chemicals emanating from the U.S. facilities, according to the state's complaint.

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Jan 13, 2021

Calcagni & Kanefsky elevates one to partner, three to counsel

The Newark litigation firm said it promoted Lauren Paxton to partner and Martin Gandelman, Philip Morrow, and Gregory Sonam Mullens to counsel.

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Jan 13, 2021

McCarter elevates 4 in NJ to partner

Farhan Ali, Jennifer Farina, and James Keller are now partners in the Newark office, while In the East Brunswick office, Jared Sorin is now a partner in the firm's corporate group.

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Jan 11, 2021

Rutgers–Camden receives largest gift ever to create program for high-achieving students

An anonymous faculty member donated $3.5 million to the university to create the Rayman L. Solomon Scholars program in honor of the law school's former dean.

Jan 8, 2021

Governor, legislature at impasse once again over legal cannabis

The primary sponsor of the amendatory bill intended to clarify technical issues within the not-yet-signed cannabis legalization and decriminalization bills said he is removing his name because he's confident it won't pass and that the amendatory bill is unnecessary.

Jan 8, 2021

CSG elevates 3 to member and 3 to counsel

After a year like no other with many milestones as well as unprecedented challenges, Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi started 2021 by naming several to new positions.