Jennifer Mazawey Vinosky joins K&L Gates in Newark from Genova Burns

Well-known attorney Jennifer Mazawey Vinosky has joined K&L Gates‘ Newark office as a partner in its Real Estate Practice Area. Mazawey Vinosky most recently served as a partner at Genova Burns LLC.

With more than two decades of experience, Mazawey Vinosky advises clients on a range of matters related to real estate and construction issues. Mazawey Vinosky frequently aids clients with their acquisition of local and state incentive opportunities to help fund their projects. She also assists clients with permit acquisitions, interfacing with regulatory agencies at both the state and federal levels, including the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and the New Jersey Department of Transportation, as well as appearing on behalf of clients before the Public Employment Relations Commission, the Office of Administrative Law and state and federal courts.

In addition to her real estate focus, Mazawey Vinosky also has extensive experience in education law. She has served as counsel to boards of education and trustees throughout New Jersey, advising on areas such as board governance, labor relations, special education and school construction.

“We are delighted to welcome Jennifer to the firm and to our global real estate practice. Her real estate and construction experience, particularly in land use law, are a welcomed addition to our practice area and will be a great asset to our clients both in New Jersey and firmwide,” said Matt Norton, a leader of the firm’s global real estate practice.

“Jennifer is a sophisticated land use attorney who enjoys a strong reputation as one of New Jersey’s top practitioners in this arena. She will immediately add to our existing formidable bench strength in the practice area, while at the same time significantly complementing our environmental and commercial leasing capabilities in the region. We are pleased and very excited to have Jennifer join our partnership ranks,” Anthony La Rocco, managing partner of K&L Gates’ Newark office, said.