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Stay woke: Avoid unconscious bias when interviewing, or risk making costly hiring errors

With the new year comes new hires — and the potential for employers to make costly mistakes during the interview process, said Michael A. Shadiack,...

Law firm signs lease for 20K sq.ft. at mixed-use Montvale project (SLIDESHOW)

A law firm has signed a 12-year lease for nearly half the office space at an under-development office property coming to Montvale, according to the...


Kaufman Zita Group promotes Dohm, Orlando to EVPs

Kaufman Zita Group, a government and public affairs firm based in Trenton, announced on Wednesday it has promoted Beth Dohm and Eric Orlando to...

Equity acting: Investment capital, other factors changing health practices’ ownership model, experts say

After practicing health and hospital law for more than 30 years, John Fanburg, managing member of Brach Eichler, said recently at Withum’s...


Murphy Partners changes name; welcomes new name partners

Murphy Partners LLP is changing its name to form Murphy Schiller & Wilkes LLP, announcing two new name partners on Monday. Matthew J. Schiller...

Brach Eichler physician survey: More doctors than not would recommend college grads join profession

For all the toll new regulations and lower reimbursement rates have had on the profession, more physicians than not said they would still recommend...


Brach Eichler physician survey: More compliance issues mean less time for patient care

Physicians are spending less time with their patients and more time on paperwork. Those are just two of the takeaways of the Brach Eichler 2019...

Scarinci Hollenbeck names new leaders for several practice areas

Scarinci Hollenbeck, the Lyndhurst-based law firm, has made a number of leadership changes in a trio of practice groups, it announced Monday. Scarinci Hollenbeck, which promoted a new hiring partner recently, has picked new leaders or co-leaders...


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