RICHARD P. LOMURRO is an associate in the Criminal Defense, Litigation and Public... more
RICHARD P. LOMURRO is an associate in the Criminal Defense, Litigation and Public Finance departments. As a criminal defense attorney, Mr. Lomurro has tried cases in New Jersey Superior Court and various Municipal Courts across the state. He has argued cases in front of Administrative Law Judges, the Local Finance Board and the State Parole Board among other State Agencies. He has contributed t... view profile
MATTHEW BLAINE is an associate who works in the Firm’s Corporate/Commercial... more
MATTHEW BLAINE is an associate who works in the Firm’s Corporate/Commercial Department. He is a four-time Super Lawyer Rising Star ** (2011 – 2014) who values persistence, credibility and paying attention to his clients’ needs. As an attorney who specializes in Corporate/Commercial litigation, Matt has a broad array of experience and has handled numerous cases throughout New Jersey - and at... view profile
Certified in business bankruptcy law by the American Board of Certification, a... more
Certified in business bankruptcy law by the American Board of Certification, a nonprofit organization jointly sponsored by the American Bankruptcy Institute and the Commercial Law League of America, and recognized by the American Bar Association. We have offices in both New York City and Freehold, New Jersey to serve your requirements related to insolvency, bankruptcy litigation, creditors'... view profile
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