Jim Suozzo, a 1987 graduate of Rutgers College, worked at ATTs Education and... more
Jim Suozzo, a 1987 graduate of Rutgers College, worked at ATTs Education and Training Department from 1988 to 1991. He then attended The University of Georgia School of Law in Athens and received his juris doctorate in 1995. After graduating from Georgia, Jim began practicing in Atlanta for a litigation firm specializing in personal injury and workers compensation matters. In 1997 Jim re... view profile
The law firm of KGG began as a family business, and Barry takes that legacy very... more
The law firm of KGG began as a family business, and Barry takes that legacy very seriously. He handles the day to day operations of the firm’s non-matrimonial litigation department, trying civil, negligence, criminal and corporate cases. Most of his time is dedicated to preparing and trying cases relating to personal injury, professional malpractice and corporate and complex commercial disputes... view profile
I am an attorney for Rubenstein, Meyerson, Fox, Mancinelli, Conte & Bern, P.A., a... more
I am an attorney for Rubenstein, Meyerson, Fox, Mancinelli, Conte & Bern, P.A., a fourteen attorney firm in Montvale, New Jersey. Since joining the firm, I have assisted on various litigation and transactional matters, including partnership disputes, employment actions, estate contests and corporate formations. In addition, I counsel clients on estate planning matters and regularly prepare Wi... view profile
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