ROI Influencers: Law 2022 — Joe Boccassini

Joe Boccassini Managing partner McCarter & English  Iconic Newark firm had (another) record-breaking year, continues to lead the way on pro-bono work and added former N.J. Supreme Court justice Jaynee LaVecchia. Ted ZangariBill Castner

ROI Influencers: Law 2022 — Ed Deutsch

Ed Deutsch Founder and managing partner McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter Veteran leader at one of the largest and most respected firms in the state.  Keith DavisPatrick Dunican

ROI Influencers: Law 2022 — Bill Castner

Bill Castner Partner Connell Foley Confidant of the governor, he continues to be key player in gun control issue as well as being top-notch well-connected lawyer. . Joe BoccassiniKathleen Connelly

ROI Influencers: Law 2022 — Tim Corriston

Tim Corriston Managing partner Connell Foley A top-rated lawyer deserving of this honor in his own right, he gets pushed higher with new leadership role at one of the state’s top firms. Kathleen ConnellyPatricia Costello

ROI Influencers: Law 2022 — Tiffany Williams Brewer

Tiffany Williams Brewer Chair State Commission of Investigation Former assistant U.S. attorney and counsel to both the Assembly and numerous governors, she recently became the first Black woman to chair SCI, the state’s independent investigatory agency. Peter TorcicolloTed...

ROI Influencers: Law 2022 — Kathleen Connelly

Kathleen Connelly Partner Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook & Cooper A leader in employment law, her case load figures to grow with workplace law banning forced arbitration in sexual harassment/assault cases. Bill CastnerTim Corriston

ROI Influencers: Law 2022 — Angelo Genova, James Burns

Angelo Genova, James Burns Chairman; managing partner Genova Burns  Co-founders have adjusted their roles as highly regarded firm prepares for next generation of leadership. Sandra FavaFrank Giantomasi

ROI Influencers: Law 2022 — Michael Critchley

Michael Critchley Partner Critchley, Kinum & DeNoia Who is regarded as the most effective trial attorney in New Jersey? A lot of votes go to Critchley. Max CraneKeith Davis

ROI Influencers: Law 2022 — Jamel Semper

Jamel Semper Chief, Organized Crime & Gangs Unit United States Attorneys'​ Offices Being a top candidate for both U.S. Attorney for New Jersey and Attorney General for the state shows the respect others have for his work.  Phil...

ROI Influencers: Law 2022 — Donald Scarinci

Donald Scarinci Founding partner, managing partner Scarinci and Hollenbeck Well known for his work in municipal law, school law, business and health care, he has represented numerous public entities at all levels of municipal, county, regional and...

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