Barry H. Ostrowsky, president and CEO, RWJBarnabas Health.
Sep 26, 2019

Brach Eichler holds Health Care Market Review Conference

Brach Eichler LLC, recently held its 10th Annual New Jersey Health Care Market Review conference at the Borgata Hotel and Spa in Atlantic City. According to Brach Eichler Managing Member and Health Care Law Practice Chair John Fanburg, the landscape for providers in New Jersey continues to change. “The Evolving Health Care System” provided a look […]

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Sep 19, 2019

Former federal prosecutor joins CSG

Former federal prosecutor Shirley Emehelu has joined Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC in West Orange as a member in the firm’s government and corporate investigations group. As an assistant U.S. attorney, she investigated and prosecuted individuals and companies in complex financial fraud matters. Emehelu brings her trial and litigation experience, along with an understanding of prose[...]

Rajiv Parikh, Genova Burns.
Sep 19, 2019

Genova Burns creates India practice group

Genova Burns LLC in Newark has created an India practice group. Partner Rajiv Parikh will lead the practice, which will address the regulatory, transactional, immigration, and labor and employment aspects associated with locating the United States operations of India-based companies in New Jersey and the northeast. Parikh is a partner at the firm and the […]

Sep 18, 2019

Division on Civil Rights issues guidance on race discrimination based on hairstyles

A high school wrestler from Buena Regional High School in Atlantic County had his locs cut on the mat before a wrestling match in December, rather than forfeit the match because of his hairstyle. The referee who gave him that ultimatum has been suspended for two years, Attorney General Gurbir Grewal and the Division on Civil […]

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Sep 18, 2019

NJ lawsuit climate ranks 43rd out of 50

For 89 percent of senior business executives, a state’s legal environment impacts decisions about where to locate and where to do business. New Jersey’s not high on the list, according to a national survey released Wednesday by the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform. Its lawsuit climate ranks 43rd out of 50, the state’s lowest […]

Sep 16, 2019

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 […]

Sep 16, 2019

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 […]

Sep 13, 2019

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. […]

Ashley Rotchford, juinor partner, Morias Law.
Sep 11, 2019

Rotchford joins Morais Law as junior partner

Ashley Rotchford focuses her practice on employment-based immigration matters, both immigrant and non-immigrant.

Sep 11, 2019

Bus company owner ordered to pay former employee $258,568

The proprietor of bus company Tyce Transportation in Irvington was ordered to provide compensation amounting to $258,568 after a Division on Civil Rights investigation found that he sexually harassed, and then fired, an employee in retaliation for filing a formal complaint against him.

New Jersey Sen. Christopher "Kip" Bateman addresses protesters of the PennEast Pipeline project at a meeting Jan. 23, 2019 in Hunterdon County.
Sep 10, 2019

Court rejects PennEast’s bid to access government lands to build gas pipeline

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit reversed an earlier ruling that allowed the company to condemn about 40 parcels previously and permanently preserved, using state tax dollars, for recreational, conservation or agricultural uses.

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Sep 10, 2019

Prime Law becomes Prime & Tuvel

The land use and real estate development law firm changed its name following the appointment of Jason Tuvel as partner.