Like to buy wine online? Did you know you don’t have access to more...

The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed New Jerseyans to buy more of everything online — including wine. Most New Jersey residents, however, are unaware that the state is one of only two that limits those purchases...

At McCarter & English, record revenues and pro bono hours go hand-in-hand

The leaders of McCarter & English can talk about how the firm had record revenue … talk about how its ability to quickly transition to online law and pivot its services to COVID solutions...

Ros joins Pashman Stein to chair its expanded health care practice

Lana Ros has joined Pashman Stein Walder Hayden as a partner and will serve as chair of the firm’s health care practice. Pashman Stein Managing Partner Michael S. Stein said the expansion of the firm’s...

Pashman Stein expands litigation practice, adds Brown, Hilzer and Simon

Pashman Stein Walder Hayden announced a major expansion of its litigation practice with the addition of partners Raymond Brown and Gregg Hilzer and associate Rachel Simon. It also announced that retired Judge Ellen Koblitz of...

Florio Perrucci law firm moves office to more central location

The law firm founded by former Gov. Jim Florio and noted attorney Michael Perrucci has moved one of its New Jersey offices, it announced recently. Florio Perrucci Steinhardt Cappelli Tipton & Taylor LLC said its...

Lowenstein Sandler names new chair of International Finance Practice

Roseland-based law firm Lowenstein Sandler has hired a new chair of its International Finance Practice, it announced this week. Rossie E. Turman III joined the firm’s New York office after 21 years at Skadden, Arps,...

Rutgers Law School: Where Ruth Bader Ginsburg found her voice

David Lopez, the dean of Rutgers Law School-Newark said it doesn’t take long during orientation of the incoming class before the fact that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg taught at the school comes...

Platkin to depart Murphy administration (in mid-Oct.), become partner at Lowenstein Sandler

Chief counsel Matt Platkin will depart Gov. Phil Murphy’s administration next month to pursue an opportunity in the private sector at Lowenstein Sandler, it was announced Wednesday night. At Lowenstein, Platkin will serve as a...

Familiar faces: For retired N.J. Justice Timpone, new job at boutique Newark law firm...

Why did Walter F. Timpone choose to land at boutique law firm Calcagni & Kanefsky after stepping down as an associate justice with the New Jersey Supreme Court? That's easy, he said: “It's like getting...

Law firm Bertone Piccini starts Family Law Division

Bertone Piccini LLP, a boutique law firm in Hasbrouck Heights, has launched a Family Law Division, led by one of three new hires. The firm said in a news release that Thomas R. McConnell, Charles...

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