... Parra's lawyer, Samuel Feldman of Roseland's Orloff, Lowenbach, Stifelman & Siegel, says "the ruling is clear that mediation and arbitration...
... The corporate and real estate groups at Orloff, Lowenbach, Stifelman & Siegel in Roseland bring on board Sheikh Shaghaf, previously...
...Roseland was represented by Stanley Schwartz of Orloff Lowenbach Stifelman & Siegel in Roseland, Mack-Cali by Dennis Block...
Biographies for Vicinage 10
Appliance giant Electrolux is facing claims in New Jersey and New York that ice makers in some of its refrigerators fail prematurely and spring damaging leaks
John Williamson joins Locke Lord's business and consumer finance litigation groups as partner in the Atlanta office. Plus more law firm movers in this week's column
...Newark welcomes Alan Kornstein, previously a partner at Orloff, Lowenbach, Stifelman & Siegel in Roseland, to the tax and employee benefits group ... Lowenstein...
The week brought a slew of office openings, including Saul Ewing in Pittsburgh and McKool Smith in Silicon Valley. Meanwhile, a Duane Morris immigration boutique spin-off is born; and McDermott Will
A New Jersey state appeal court has deflated a "success premium" that a law firm argued was due for recovering $32 million for a real estate developer client. Instead of the $5 million claimed, the c
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