Several firm attorneys will be presenting at next month's New Jersey State Bar Association Annual Meeting and Convention in Atlantic City.
On Wednesday May, 14 at 1pm, Partner Kathleen Barnett Einhorn will participate in a panel discussion called "Hot Tips for Hot Litigators." This successful yearly program will once again present speakers from civil, criminal and workers' compensation backgrounds who will offer rapid-fire hot tips of relevance to all litigators.
On May 14th at 3:30, Partner Jennifer Mazawey will be moderating a panel discussing "Filing an Action in Lieu of Prerogative Writs". This program will provide land use practitioners and litigators an overview of prerogative writ litigation -- from the constitutional foundation for actions in lieu of prerogative writs and the process for filing actions through trial, including judicial scope of review and required settlement processes.
Also on May 14th at 3:30pm, Counsel Dina Mastellone will be speaking on the panel called, "Did They Just Ask Me That? Employment Empowerment." The program will detail the Fair Labor Standards Act and will feature experiences of NJSBA members with commentary from experienced employment attorneys and human resource professionals. The program will provide employees and employers alike with up-to-date guidance on what to expect when being hired and how to provide a professional, satisfying, and compliant experience for your employees.
On Thursday at 10am, The Supreme Court Committee on Attorney Ethics and Admissions will hold a public hearing to review the recent American Bar Association amendments to the Model Rules of Professional Conduct and determine whether our RPCs and standards for admission to practice should similarly be revised to address advances in technology and global legal practice developments. GBGW Firm Ethics Counsel Joseph A. Bottitta was appointed this year to this Committee.
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