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
... Career History: Current firm, Partner, 2001-present; Jamieson, Moore, Peskin & Spicer, associate, 1999-2000; UVW/Elizabeth Group: The NIA Group, L...
Much of the Law Journal's regular reporting on partnership changes at New Jersey firms could suggest that lateral movements are becoming the norm, but our yearly snapshot of the new partners' ranks c
Stanley Van Ness, New Jersey's first public advocate and a founder of its statewide public defender system, died on Sept. 21 at age 73
The Law Journal's eighth annual New Partners Yearbook features 149 lawyers who made the grade at New Jersey firms in the past 12 months
...and then later at the now-defunct Princeton firm of Jamieson Moore Peskin & Spicer. Drinker Biddle's Princeton office managing partner Jonathan...
In this, the Law Journal's sixth annual New Partners Yearbook, we see some of the effects of the inexorable consolidation of firms into mammoth, full-service providers. Though most of the 139 new par
Last year, we reported a higher-than-usual percentage of foreign firms making new partnerships at Garden State branches. So it was a surprise to find that this year, only about 25 percent are from fi
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