...In 1989, founder Mitchell Rait, then of Grotta, Glassman & Hoffman in Roseland—drawing inspiration from athletic clubs in...
...New Jersey branch since its 2006 merger with 60-lawyer Grotta Glassman & Hoffman. The goal from that day forward was...
Like water seeking its own level, new partnerships rose this year to 150 — their prerecession average. It was as strong a resurgence as the earlier fall-off was precipitous
The Law Journal's annual survey of the newest generation of leaders at New Jersey law firms and local offices of national firms, complete with photographs and biographies
Fox Rothschild has bolstered its presence in North Jersey with the addition of six trusts and estates attorneys from Hackensack-based Deener Hirsch & Shramenko
Though it took a while for the recession to hit bone, New Jersey's largest firms are feeling it, as shown by the sharp reduction in new partnerships in this, the 2010 New Partners Yearbook
The 204 attorneys featured in this, our 10th annual new-associates magazine, represent a 38.4 percent drop from 331 in last year's edition &mdash more than double last year's 18.5 percent dip from 40
Notice to the bar
...J.D., 1995 Career History: Present firm (originally Grotta, Glassman & Hoffman), 2004- present; Law Office of Alka Bahal, 1999-2004; Sachs...
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