Porzio Governmental Affairs has relocated in Trenton to allow for greater efficiency, collaborative space and accessibility to the State House, it announced this week.
The firm relocated to 10 W. Lafayette St., 2nd floor, on April 1.
The firm, led by Executive Vice President Lynn Nowak along with Vice Presidents Barbara DeMarco and Sal Anderton, has been on a growth plan for some time. In the last 24 months, PGA has expanded with the additions of Laura Haney, Beau Huch and Rebecca Lubot.
Nowak said the new space demonstrates Porzio’s continued dedication to serving the Trenton community and New Jersey’s regulatory and legislative needs.
“PGA is committed to growing our team to serve our clients,” she said. “In addition to demonstrating our commitment to this area, the new space allows us to continue to expand our team and foster our important relationships in Trenton. We look forward to welcoming clients and contacts into our new office.”
Porzio Governmental Affairs, a wholly owned subsidiary of the law firm of Porzio, Bromberg & Newman, was launched in 2006.
Vito Gagliardi, managing principal of the parent company and president of PGA, said the firm is on an upward trajectory.
“PGA has experienced rapid growth, not only in revenue but also in adding talent,” he said. “We are consistently listed as one of the top 10 lawyer/lobbying firms in New Jersey. The services PGA provides complement our law firm, helping to make both successful.”