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Archer names first woman board chair

Haddonfield-based law firm Archer & Greiner announced Monday that Deborah A. Hays has been appointed as the first female chair of the firm’s board of directors. Hays will begin her five-year stint as chair...

Scarinci Hollenbeck names Crisis & Risk Management chair

Scarinci Hollenbeck, a Lyndhurst-based law firm, announced that Raymond M. Brown, partner, has been named chair of the firm's Crisis & Risk Management Practice Group. "I am thrilled by the opportunity to lead the firm's...

Brach Eichler adds two members to its cannabis practice

Roseland-based law firm Brach Eichler LLC announced Thursday it has added two new members to its cannabis practice in anticipation of the passing of a new expanded medical marijuana bill in the state. Brach Eichler...

Motley Rice expands team, forms new office in Cherry Hill

Motley Rice LLC, a plaintiffs' law firm, announced Tuesday it has added four new attorneys and formed two new offices, in Cherry Hill and Philadelphia. The new attorneys consist of: Esther E. Berezofsky as senior...

Passaic County CASA: Advocates for children are in midst of fundraiser

Origin  The establishment of Passaic County Court Appointed Special Advocates for children occurred in 2006 when a group of concerned citizens, led by now-retired Passaic County Family Court Presiding Judge Michael K. Diamond, decided that...

Murphy administration hires N.Y. attorney to fight Norcross’ suit

Gov. Phil Murphy’s administration announced Thursday that it has hired attorney Ted Wells to serve as its counsel in a lawsuit brought by lawyers representing South Jersey powerbroker George Norcross and others over the...

Delays in legalization of recreational marijuana have left businesses in lurch when it comes...

When the idea was advanced that New Jersey might become the region’s first legalized marijuana marketplace, one of the auxiliary benefits proposed was that it had potential to lift real estate markets that may...

Norcross files suit against Murphy, challenging legitimacy of EDA Task Force

In the latest move in the ever-increasing battle between Gov. Phil Murphy and South Jersey powerbroker George Norcross, the team of lawyers representing Norcross’ interests filed a lawsuit Tuesday, challenging the legality of the...

McCarter & English adds former chief judge to roster

A former federal district chief judge has joined McCarter & English LLP’s Newark office as a partner, the law firm announced Friday. Jose Linares, former chief judge of the U.S. District Court for the District...

Why Murphy’s Earned Sick Leave Policy can be challenge for community organizations

Businesses in New Jersey — and volunteer boards — are impacted by state employment initiatives. Community association issues can become employment issues. As an attorney serving as secretary of the Executive Committee at Community...

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Exchange Place Alliance installs thought-provoking artwork along Jersey City waterfront

Whether you are an art aficionado or not, a new sculpture installation along the Jersey City waterfront will not only catch your attention, but...

Denholtz Properties breaks ground on new coastal living community in Atlantic Highlands

Executives from Red Bank-based Denholtz Properties were joined by project partners, investors and prospective residents to celebrate the start of construction on Brant Point,...