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Employment law expert offers take on recent harassment scandals

Harvey Weinstein. Bill O’Reilly. Travis Kalanick. Just a handful of names of top employers and personalities who have resigned or have been fired this year in the wake of sexual harassment accusations and lawsuits. A lot...

Babineau joins executive committee of Rutgers’ Center for Real Estate

Anne S. Babineau, a co-chair of the Real Estate practice at Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, has been appointed to join the executive committee of the advisory board at the Rutgers Center for Real Estate,...

Attorneys’ idea has birthed five years of networking opportunities

Hundreds of South Jersey professionals are marking five years of mixers. SoPro, short for social professionals, provides opportunities for young professionals to connect and advance their careers in the greater Atlantic City area. Founding members Sheila...

Fishman offers thoughts on Bridgegate participants, Trump

Paul Fishman didn’t hold back. He no longer needs to. Six months after being fired as the U.S. Attorney for New Jersey, Fishman was free to regale the crowd of 900 attorneys at the annual Jewish...

N.J. lawyers’ billing rates among nation’s highest, research finds

New Jersey lawyers are among the highest in the nation for hourly billing rates, according to a Canadian researcher. The state is sixth in the nation at a $272-an-hour average when it includes both lawyer...

ROI-NJ Exclusive: Attorney breaks down hospital tax deal and its impact

When Atlantic Health System settled the years-long hospital property tax dispute in 2015 with Morristown following a now-nationally famous tax court decision from Judge Vito Bianco, it was all thanks to the work of...

Honeywell names new general counsel, replacing departing exec

Morris Plains-based conglomerate Honeywell has promoted an executive to senior vice president and general counsel, it announced Friday. Anne T. Madden, who had been the company’s vice president of corporate development and global head of...

Gibbons names new chief diversity officer to replace departed attorney

The law firm Gibbons P.C. has named its second-ever chief diversity officer, it announced Thursday. Robert L. Johnson will also serve as a director in the firm’s Corporate Department, overseeing the award-winning Gibbons Diversity Initiative...

Malvern FSB names N.J. lawyer as SVP, general counsel

A New Jersey attorney has been appointed senior vice president and general counsel for Malvern Federal Savings Bank. Rona E. Korman previously served as general counsel and chief risk officer of Center Bancorp Inc. She brings...

Connell Foley opens new HQ in 56 at Roseland building

Connell Foley LLP, one of New Jersey’s largest law firms, has opened its new corporate headquarters in the 56 at Roseland building, according to a news release Tuesday. The firm has leased 75,000 square feet...

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Inspira Medical Group names new president

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Prager Metis names new partners — 2 from N.J.

Leading accounting and advisory firm Prager Metis, which has offices in North America (including a heavy presence in New Jersey), Europe, Asia and the...

Esports Entertainment receives approval to kick off betting operations in N.J.

ESports enthusiasts can now wager on their favorite teams playing games such as Call of Duty, CS:GO, League of Legends and DOTA 2, thanks...

Chef David Burke’s oceanfront restaurant Drifthouse reopens after winter break

Celebrating its fourth anniversary after surviving a global pandemic, Drifthouse by Chef David Burke is reopening after its annual winter break at 4 p.m....