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J&J defends practices after having $465M opioid judgement overturned

Johnson & Johnson, after a landmark ruling against the New Brunswick global health company was overturned, offered “deep sympathy” for those who have suffered during the opioid crisis, but reiterated its belief that the...

NAI Hanson facilitates lease for legal service to relocate to upgraded Paterson office space

NAI James E. Hanson said it facilitated a lease for 12,530 square feet of office space at 100 Hamilton Plaza in Paterson. NAI Hanson’s W. Joshua Levering represented the tenant, Northeast New Jersey Legal Services,...

Paramus family law firm announces new partner

Paramus-based law firm of Bozanian McGregor LLC is said in a Thursday announcement that Stephanie O’Neill has been named its newest partner. O’Neill graduated from Rutgers Law School in 2014 and has been practicing law...

Cooper, Virtua team up to co-sponsor N.J.’s largest gun buyback to date

Nine counties in New Jersey took part in a gun buyback program last week, which was co-sponsored by two competing health systems, Cooper University Health Care and Virtua Health System, in conjunction with the...

Costello named managing member at CSG

Patricia Costello has been named managing member of Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi, becoming the first woman to serve as the leading executive at a firm that started in 1972 and has grown to become...

Sellinger nominated to be next U.S. Attorney for New Jersey

Philip Sellinger, a well-respected veteran lawyer and the co-managing partner at Greenberg Traurig’s New Jersey office, was nominated to be the U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey on Wednesday by President Joe...

Torcicollo named new managing director at Gibbons

Peter Torcicollo has been elected as the next managing director of Gibbons P.C., the firm announced Monday. Torcicollo will assume the role on Feb. 1, when the current managing director, Patrick Dunican, assumes the position...

Webinar: You fear your client is going to file for bankruptcy — learn what...

A long delay for a particular payment … a consistent delay in all payments … partial payments. Or, even an unusually large order, which indicates a company is looking to stock up. If you’re a...

Fear a key customer will file for bankruptcy? Webinar will tell you how to...

Your vendor or key customer files for bankruptcy. What do you do? Here’s what you don’t do: Wait until that moment and send a note to your lawyer, asking them to file a proof of...

Record profits and partner payouts at McCarter & English

McCarter & English has achieved another year of record growth — with profits per equity partner reaching $1.152 million, an increase of over 23% from the previous year. Executive Committee Chairman Joe Lubertazzi Jr., Firmwide...

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A brownfields property and industrial manufacturing facility in the Ironbound district of Newark that was successfully transformed into an environmentally safe, entrepreneurial and green...

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Six retail lease signings inked for Centurion Union Center

Landmark, the real estate developer behind the series of Centurion rental communities, on Thursday said six new retail leases have been signed in the...

NAI Mertz sells 20-acre parcel in Bordentown to First Industrial Realty Trust

NAI Mertz recently announced that Jonathan Klear, senior vice president, and Fred Meyer, executive vice president, completed the sale of a 20-acre parcel located...