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Q&A with former Lt. Gov. Guadagno on her return to law

After coming up short in her bid to become governor, there was plenty of speculation regarding where Kim Guadagno would go when she finished her term...

Don’t delay on equal pay: Lawyers say firms must act fast to comply with Allen act

Gov. Phil Murphy signed the Diane B. Allen Equal Pay Act on April 24. And that’s when lawyers and other top leaders in the state said businesses...


Will your employees recognize attempts to hack IT system? (Sponsored Content: Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook & Cooper)

Employees are a company’s greatest asset as well as its biggest security vulnerability. Whether by accident or intent, your company’s employees...

Guadagno to become partner at Connell Foley

Former Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno will rejoin the private sector as a partner at Roseland-based Connell Foley LLP, she told ROI-NJ.  Guadagno said...


Lawyers, firms honored as ‘Jersey Dealmakers of the Year’

The New Jersey Law Journal released its inaugural “Jersey Dealmakers of the Year,” recognizing individuals and groups that excel in corporate, mergers and acquisitions, real estate, bankruptcy and other transactional practices in New...

Rutgers Law: On 50th anniversary of minority program, alums say need is great (and important) as ever

Business leaders now know diversity and inclusion lead to different perspectives and greater understanding among peers. In the legal field, that...


University Hospital official nominated for federal judgeship

Paul B. Matey, general counsel for University Hospital in Newark and a member of former Gov. Chris Christie’s administration, has been nominated...

Riker Danzig feels it has every issue of cannabis covered with ‘new’ practice group

Riker Danzig announced it had formed a cannabis practice group last month for one simple reason: To let everyone know what only a select few...


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