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Frank Rapoport Commented in Story in The Legal Intelligencer

Frank M. Rapoport, a partner in the firm’s New York office and head of the firm’s P3 practice group, commented as an expert source in a story in The Legal Intelligencer (an ALM publication) about the growth of public-private partnerships in a Trump administration that published November 23, 2016. The story was picked up by […]

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Patrick Greene Participates in Live Webcast

Patrick Greene Jr., a partner in the firm’s New Jersey Office, will be participating in a two-hour live webcast for The Knowledge Group entitled “FCA Violations Insurance Coverage: Hot Buttons for 2017 & Beyond”. The webcast will be held on Tuesday, February 28, 2017 from 12noon to 2:00pm.  The program will help companies across industries […]

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Melinda Gentile and Monique Cardenas Co-Author Article in Law360

Melinda S. Gentile and Monique S. Cardenas, attorneys in the firm’s Miami office, co-authored a bylined article for Law360 entitled “The Ethical Risks of a Multijurisdictional Practice” published November 30, 2016. The article discussed legal issues surrounding the growing trend of clients conducting more of their business in multiple jurisdictions and that many law firms […]

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Greg Begg and Alex Saunders Co-Author an Article on Labor Regulations

Gregory R. Begg, a partner in the firm’s New Jersey office, along with Alexander Saunders, a senior associate in the firm’s New Jersey office, authored an article in the December 2016 issue of Utility and Transportation Contractor magazine. The article titled, “Comply with New Labor Regulations by December 1st or Risk Wage Claims” discusses the […]

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Susan Elliott and Alan Winkler Co-Author Article for AGC Newsletter

Susan Elliott, an associate in the firm’s Washington, DC Office and Alan Winkler, a partner in the firm’s New Jersey office, co-authored an article in the AGC of America Newsletter, Volume 2, Issue 6, December 2016, titled “Warning – A Mutual Waiver of Consequential Damages Could Be One-Sided”.  The article discusses how many contracts have […]

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