William Tobolsky has been practicing business litigation and representing clients in... more
William Tobolsky has been practicing business litigation and representing clients in many facets of litigation for over 30 years, and still enjoys every moment of it. He provides counsel to a large array of businesses including regional construction companies, employers representing the manufacturing and service sectors, as well as non-profits, religious institutions and charitable foundations ... view profile
Ms. Kuterbach began her legal career at South Jersey Legal Services, Inc., first in... more
Ms. Kuterbach began her legal career at South Jersey Legal Services, Inc., first in the Consumer Law Unit, then in the Migrant Farmworker Unit and the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic. In addition to litigating on behalf of clients, Ms. Kuterbach provided hundreds of hours of legal education to community groups and to farm workers at migrant labor camps. Subsequently, Ms. Kuterbach co-founded the Co... view profile
Mr. Penrod left the banking industry to pursue law. He first clerked at a prosecutor’... more
Mr. Penrod left the banking industry to pursue law. He first clerked at a prosecutor’s office in Idaho, focusing on business and financial crimes. He then moved to New Jersey where he owned and operated Penrod Law Office, LLC practicing consumer law, criminal defense, contracts, bankruptcy, and international/domestic business legal services. He then was an associate at Barry, Corrado & Grassi, ... view profile
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