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Litigation firm joins N.Y. law firm’s N.J. office

A Wyckoff-based litigation firm has joined the Hackensack office of a larger firm, it announced recently. Scott B. Piekarsky and his team from Piekarsky and Associates will now be part of the New Jersey office...

Dressed for success: Genova Burns creates Fashion Law Group

Look sharp! Newark-based law firm Genova Burns LLC has launched a Fashion Law Group, aiming to take advantage of both its attorneys’ skills and the firm’s location in the New York metro region, it...

Lawyers: Firms must be part of solution to human trafficking, lest they be part...

Mark Eveland runs a company in the legal sector, but he knows at least one thing about good public relations: Any association with one of the world’s worst criminal enterprises isn’t it. That’s why Eveland, co-founder...

Marijuana legalization hasn’t blossomed in N.J., but cannabis remains fertile field for law firms

The expectations for explosive growth in the cannabis sector, a fuse lit by Gov. Phil Murphy’s campaign promise to legalize marijuana in the Garden State, haven’t completely died out. But, as the future of pot...

Brach Eichler names co-chairs of litigation practice

Roseland-based law firm Brach Eichler LLC announced Wednesday it has named Keith J. Roberts and Rosaria A. Suriano as co-chairs of the firm's litigation practice. “Brach Eichler continues to evolve and grow and nowhere is...

Law firm grows at Sanzari’s Court Plaza

A real estate law firm has signed for more space at Court Plaza North in Hackensack, according to property owner Alfred Sanzari Enterprises. Rivkin Radler LLP has signed a renewal and expansion for 12,411 square...

Show & Tell: Paul Matey as a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals...

Chris Porrino, a former New Jersey attorney general, is now litigation chair at Lowenstein Sandler, based in Roseland. We asked him about the investiture of former colleague Paul Matey as a judge on the U.S....

Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis expands N.J. footprint

Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP announced Monday it has expanded its footprint in the Garden State with a new office in Monmouth County. The law firm's said its new location is at 146 Route...

Making her case: Head of Hispanic bar aims to increase hiring, promotion of Latin...

Guatemalan immigrant Julia López knew from early on what she wanted to do. Nothing short of becoming a lawyer would allow her to have the sort of impact on her community she wished for. She...

Tariff trouble: Unanticipated expenses can turn manufacturing contracts into nightmares … here’s experts’ advice

Ink drying on a $25 million contract would normally be a gratifying moment for a manufacturer. But Rosaria Suriano, an attorney representing manufacturers, said that, as of late, it can be unpleasant. “After the tariffs on...

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