We are proud to announce that Kirstin Bohn, Edna J. Jordan, Ronald P. Botelho, Cheyne R. Scott and Mollie H. Lustig have been named Partners to the Firm.
Kirstin joined the Firm in 2006 and has successfully represented counties, municipalities, public authorities and individuals. She specializes in complex commercial, personal injury, governmental, civil rights, labor and employment, contract, and appellate law. New Jersey Monthly Magazine named Kirstin to its list of Rising Stars® in the category of General Litigation for ten years in a row.
Ron joined the Firm in 2014 and focuses his practice on the representation of victims of general and professional negligence. Ron excelled in trial preparation and client relations, achieving outstanding results on behalf of those who are seriously injured. He leaves no stone unturned during the discovery process and subsequent litigation.
Mollie joined the Firm in 2015. She quickly demonstrated her remarkable skill set in a variety of fields. From family law to governmental law to labor law, Mollie exhibited a unique ability to grasp sophisticated issues and to champion the rights of her clients. In her preparation of a case, we can best describe Mollie as fearless. From dealing with her adversary to co-counsel to the Court, Mollie never hesitates to get the job done.
Edna joined the Firm in 2018 as an experienced civil litigation attorney focusing her practice on residential and commercial tax appeals, land use, and zoning matters. Prior to joining Chasan Lamparello Mallon & Cappuzzo, PC, Edna worked at a respected NJ law firm handling property tax appeals, residential & commercial real estate, land use and zoning matters. From 1997 to 2010, she also performed the duties of the municipal prosecutor for the Borough of Teterboro.
Cheyne joined the Firm in 2012 after a clerkship with Criminal Presiding Judge Venable in Hudson County. Cheyne specializes in public entity defense, public entity representation and employment litigation. Already a leader of the County Bar Association, Cheyne has developed a statewide reputation for her effective communication to fellow attorneys. She is a sought after speaker on topics ranging from Unconscious Bias to Mindfulness and Well-being in the Profession and on Employment Law. The “go to attorney” for the City of Newark in employment defense, Cheyne is a tireless advocate and a formidable adversary.