Archer & Greiner has launched a government affairs subsidiary in Trenton, staffed by a half-dozen lobbyists with significant government backgrounds
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...and government contracting matters. She was previously an associate with Gruccio, Pepper, DeSanto & Ruth in Vineland. Associates...
Gloucester County Prosecutor Sean Dalton is the third county prosecutor in as many months to find a violation of the Open Public Meetings Act a result of e-mails sent by municipal officials about gov
...obligation to a local bank. I do matrimonial work for Gruccio, Pepper, DeSanto & Ruth, and that firm recently represented the estate of McCann's...
...Haddonfield welcomes Richard Mroz , previously of counsel to Gruccio, Pepper, DeSanto & Ruth in Vineland, who will focus on financing, project development, corporate...
Plaintiffs may assert a claim for inverse condemnation to seek compensation from the borough of Avalon based on a taking that occurred in 1965, when the borough constructed a protective sand dune on
The New Jersey Supreme Court rules that because a shore borough didn't play fair in how it took over a couple's beachfront property 45 years ago, the couple can bring an inverse condemnation action l
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