The Law Journal's annual look at 40 promising young professionals in New Jersey's legal community, with biographies and photographs
Our annual look at the newest leaders at major New Jersey firms shows there's been no skimping on bringing rainmakers aboard
...Career History: Current firm since 2000 (partner since 2006); Krugman & Kailes (merged with McCarter & English), associate, 1997-98 (corporate law) ...
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
Follow Amtrak's Northeast Corridor line and you can pretty accurately plot the growth path of McCarter & English. Baltimore, Wilmington, Philadelphia, New York, Hartford and now . . . Boston, where i
Construction law is booming, and McCarter & English wants to build it into a core practice area. The Newark-based firm has picked up six construction law partners from Buchanan Ingersoll's New York o
Further bolstering its status as a regional law firm, McCarter & English has expanded its Connecticut office tenfold by taking a 30-lawyer slice of Cummings & Lockwood in Hartford
In sync with its march toward regional influence, McCarter & English is trying to shore up its Connecticut presence by negotiating a merger with a contingent of that state's second-largest firm. The
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