James Mulvaney, MDMC co-founder, dies at 71
James Mulvaney, co-founder of McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter LLP, has died. He was 71.
KL Gates’ Newark office adds four attorneys
Three lawyers formerly of LeClairRyan and one formerly of Wyndham Worldwide Corp. have joined K&L Gates as the firm expands its resort, hospitality and leisure and restructuring and insolvency practices.
Grewal seeks fast-food company records on no-poach pacts
New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal and 10 attorneys general from other states have called on eight fast-food franchisors to provide information on their use of no-poach agreements restricting workers' ability to seek a job with another franchise.
Former assistant US attorney joins CSG
Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Danielle Corcione has joined Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC as a member of its white-collar defense group.
Weber Gallagher elects first NJ-based chair
Philadelphia-based law firm Weber Gallagher Simpson Stapleton Fires & Newby LLP elected Bedminster-based Andrew Indeck as chairman of the firm Monday, making him the first chair based outside of Philadelphia in its 27-year history.
Budget now in tow, here cometh taxman
Newly instituted combined reporting requirements for corporations and new taxes on C-corporations and individuals earnings more than $5 million are matters in New Jersey’s fiscal 2019 budget that beg close heed, tax attorneys caution.
Wilentz, Goldman Spitzer brings on shareholder
Family law attorney Angela Scafuri has joined Woodbridge-based Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer shareholder.
NJ retailers hope for boost from online tax ruling
Small-business owner Lisa Johnson hopes the U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing states to compel online retailers to charge sales tax, even when sellers have no physical presence in the state, will motivate shoppers to return to locations like hers.
Vanguard Series: Leaders in law
Our second installment of the Vanguard Series centers around the law, specifically local attorneys who stood out for their roles in important (sometimes landmark) cases or were instrumental in giving back to their profession by providing opportunities for other lawyers to get to the next level in their careers.
Cannabis reform can require employer response
With 100 patients joining the medical marijuana program daily, and legal recreational use possible in the near future, many say employers should review their drug policies to ensure they aren't boxing out candidates or setting themselves up as litigation targets.
NJ lawyer first non-European to head international law group
Netherlands-based international law group The Parlex Group elected Westfield-based attorney Robert Anderson president Friday.
Mako joins Giordano, Halleran Ciesla as shareholder
Mark Mako joined Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla PC as a shareholder on Thursday.