Real estate law in New Jersey has recently seen some noteworthy developments, including Spiro Harrison’s (Red Bank) November 1 statement that it had added partners Brian Nelson and Kira Dabby and changed its name to Spiro Harrison & Nelson LLC.
Researchers Porzio, Bromberg, and Newman
Porzio, Bromberg, & Newman’s Environmental and Land Use practises have grown and improved with the addition of two new attorneys.
According to the firm’s statement, David Singer and Lisa Leili are highly regarded for their work in environmental transaction, land use, commercial real estate, and general civil litigation.
Both Singer and Leili have moved to Morristown from Vella, Singer and Martinez PC in Hillsborough, as stated on their respective LinkedIn accounts.
The Common Market Law
This fall, four lawyers and the firm’s first practise group administrator joined Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC (CSG Law) to expand the firm’s Real Estate, Development & Land Use Group.
Third-year law student and CSG Law intern, Evelyn Baert, plans to specialise in real estate law. Jennifer Garster, who worked as a summer associate at CSG Law in 2021, is coming back to the company to concentrate on real estate financing.
After holding positions in the corporate, academic, and judicial sectors, Amy Howlett has decided to return to the practise of law. Her primary duties will involve commercial leases and deals. Irene Karsos has joined CSG Law after serving as a judicial extern for the Honorable Frank DeAngelis on the New Jersey Superior Court in Morris County.
With her command of Greek, she plans to specialise in property deals. In the meantime, Daniela Alves will be in charge of managing the clinic for the team. She has a wide range of duties in her new position, from talent and professional development to performance metrics analysis and general office management.