Hasbrouck Heights-based Bertone Piccini announced Wednesday that three attorneys have joined the firm, including Anthony Bianco, who will join as a partner.
David Heintjes and Daniel Hwang will serve as attorneys to support the firm’s growing roster of businesses, individuals, nonprofit organizations, publicly traded corporations and commercial real estate clients.
“We are thrilled to announce the expansion of our firm with new partner Anthony Bianco and attorneys David J. Heintjes and Daniel Hwang,” Founding Partner Jeremy Piccini said. “Their unique skillsets and experience will enable our firm to better serve our clients and strengthen our relationships with the business community.”
Bertone Piccini, which opened in 2011, has grown into practice areas including business transactions (including mergers & acquisitions), commercial real estate (including land use and redevelopment), litigation, personal injury, labor and employment, estate planning, estate administration and more.
Bianco received his Juris Doctorate from Rutgers Law School and has a proven track record of success in New Jersey state and federal courts practicing commercial litigation, personal injury and real estate law. During his career, Bianco has achieved seven-figure results against Fortune 500 companies on complex litigated matters. Prior to starting his own law firm, Bianco served as an associate at McElroy Deutsch, where he practiced defense litigation specializing in commercial litigation, general professional malpractices, insurance coverage and commercial contract disputes.
About Bertone Piccini
Since its founding in 2011 by Grace C. Bertone and Jeremy S. Piccini, the firm has expanded to include 14 attorneys, with practice areas including commercial real estate, corporate and business transactions, litigation, personal injury, labor and employment, estate planning, estate administration and more. Recently, the firm has grown tremendously in the area of providing outside general counsel services to startup and midsized businesses and real estate developers.
Bertone Piccini LLP is certified by the state of New Jersey as a Women-Owned Business Enterprise, by the State Department of Transportation as a Disadvantaged Business Entity, by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council as a WBE, and by the National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms.
“I am thrilled to join as a partner at Bertone Piccini, a highly reputable firm with a longstanding commitment to successfully serving clients,” Bianco said. “I look forward to working alongside the talented team of attorneys to continue providing strategic and effective solutions to our clients in addition to growing the firm.”
Heintjes, joining the firm as of counsel, earned his Juris Doctorate from Seton Hall University School of Law and has over 20 years of experience practicing labor and employment law. Throughout his career, he has represented employers, public entities, independent authorities and boards of education. Heintjes owned his own firm for over a decade prior to working as a partner for Weiner Law Group.
“I’m excited to join Bertone Piccini LLP, one of New Jersey’s top law firms,” Heintjes said. “I’m looking forward to joining the growing team of reputable attorneys and further developing relationships with new and existing clients. The culture at the firm, built on integrity, results and entrepreneurialism, is exciting and I look forward to adding to it.”
Hwang received his Juris Doctorate from Seton Hall University School of Law and has extensive experience practicing commercial real estate law. He specializes in real estate purchases and sales, commercial real estate sales, leasing, bankruptcy and real estate financing for clients in northern New Jersey and New York City.