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CL&L attorneys speak at Bar event in Rome

CL&L attorneys speak at Bar event in Rome

As President of the New Jersey State Bar Association, Ralph J. Lamparello led the organization’s November Mid-Year meeting in Rome, which was attended by over 400 attorneys, judges and their traveling companions. Participants attended educational seminars, networking receptions, and enjoyed the breathtaking sights and memorable cuisine of the Eternal City.

Mr. Lamparello moderated a panel discussion for the showcase program on judicial independence, which featured Supreme Court Justice Jaynee LaVecchia, Assignment Judges Peter F. Bariso, Jr., Superior Court, Hudson County; Patricia K. Costello, Superior Court, Essex County; and Georgia M. Curio, Superior Court, Cumberland County; John L. Farmer, Jr. Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Rutgers University, and Senator Nicholas Scutari, Chair of the New Jersey Senate Judiciary Committee.

In addition to Mr. Lamparello, firm speakers and panelists at program seminars included Steven L. Menaker, who was a panelist in a program titled Ethics: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Courtroom; John V. Mallon, who spoke at the Hot Tips in Civil Litigation program, Michael D. Witt, who participated in Under the Tuscan Sun: How Public Entity Law Shines a Light on Public Employees, and John L. Shahdanian II, who presented on the panel titled, A Rose by any Other Name: Prominent Employment Cases with Italian Surnames.