On September 30, 2005, Genova, Burns & Vernoia presented a conference entitled ‘Corporate Political Activity Law 2005’. The event was moderated by James M. Burns, Esq. with Laurence D. Laufer, Esq., Gregory E. Nagy, Esq., Rebecca M. Freed, Esq., and Jisha S. Vachachira, Esq. serving as presenters. The conference featured discussions on emerging ethical and legal issues in the procurement process; an update on pay-to-play reform; a primer on S-2; an update on lobbying registration rules; and a primer on establishment and operation of PACs.
Nicholas J. Repici, Esq. and Michael J. Grohs, Esq. have joined the firm’s Livingston, New Jersey office as Associates.
Before joining the firm to concentrate his practice in the areas of Labor and Employment Law and Litigation, Mr. Repici, a graduate from Seton Hall Law School class of 2004, was a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Diane Pincus in Middlesex County.
Mr. Grohs also concentrates his practice in the areas of Labor and Employment Law and Litigation. Mr. Grohs graduated from Rutgers Law School, Camden class of 2004 before serving as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Robert J. Passero, Assignment Judge in Passaic County.
Author: Jason L. Sobel, Esq.
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