Porzio, Bromberg & Newman is expanding its Environmental and Land Use practices with the arrival of Principal David J. Singer and associate Lisa M. Leili.
Porzio officials feel the attorneys, known for their environmental transaction, land use, commercial real estate and general civil litigation work, will bring a wealth of experience to further enhance the Morristown-based firm’s existing environmental and real estate capabilities.
Porzio Managing Principal Vito Gagliardi applauded the hires.
“David and Lisa’s environmental- and land use-focused background, in-depth industry knowledge and regional perspective will be invaluable to our clients and colleagues,” he said. “We are delighted that they have joined Porzio and have chosen to grow their practice here.”
Singer said he is eager to get started.
Founded in 1962, Porzio, Bromberg & Newman is a full-service law firm with over 90 lawyers throughout offices in Morristown, Ocean City and Princeton; New York City; Philadelphia; Wilmington, Delaware; Westborough, Massachusetts; and San Juan, Puerto Rico.
“Porzio’s reputation and valuable industry connections stem back to its inception,” he said. “I am excited to work with such a significant and sophisticated group led by co-Chairs Thomas Spiesman and Lisa Bromberg.”
Singer graduated from Rutgers University in 2001 with a B.S. in environmental policy, institutions and behavior. He later received his J.D. from Vermont Law School in 2004.
Leili has experience in a wide range of areas, including personal and corporate matters, personal injury, medical malpractice insurance, products and premises liability, land use and trusts and estates. She graduated from Rutgers with a B.S. in administration of justice in 1999, and earned her J.D. from Rutgers University School of Law in 2003.