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Pashman Stein Walder Hayden Moves Monmouth Office

Pashman Stein Walder Hayden Relocates in Monmouth County to Bell Works in Holmdel



PASHMAN STEIN’S NEW “METROBURB” OFFICES: Shown, left to right: Andrew Bayer, Joseph J. (Jay) Colao, Jr., Tracy Julian and Matthew A. (Matt) Smuro of Pashman Stein Walder Hayden at new office in Monmouth County at Bell Works in Holmdel.
Photo Credit: Peter Dant Photography.Pashman Stein Walder Hayden announced that it agreed to a 10-year lease of approximately 6,500 square feet in the Bell Works in Holmdel. The Hackensack-based firm originally expanded into Monmouth County in April 2017, to a small office in downtown Red Bank, in response to the corporate growth in the area. The lawyers in Pashman Stein’s new Bell Works location include: Joseph J. (Jay) Colao Jr., partner, a business litigator; Tracy Julian, partner, chair of the firm’s family law group; Andrew Bayer, partner, a municipal law, land use and civil litigation attorney; and Matt Smuro, counsel, of the family law group. “Pashman Stein has been in Hackensack since 1995, but our attorneys actively practice in every region of New Jersey and New York as well,” managing partner Michael S. Stein said in a statement, adding that the lawyers in the new office "have deep roots in Monmouth County and share a dedication to serving our clients with pride and determination" and "form a solid foundation upon which this office will grow." "Bell Works highlights the thriving economic growth in this region, while other local communities are also experiencing a similar surge in development,” Julian noted. Pashman Stein has more than 55 attorneys and a staff of more than 40. It has an additional office in Westchester County, New York. 

PASHMAN STEIN’S NEW OFFICES AT THE BELL WORKS IN HOLMDEL: The interior of Pashman Stein’s new Monmouth County offices at the Bell Works in Holmdel, formerly the home of Bell Labs. The building was designed by famed Finnish architect Eero Saarinen.

 

 

Pashman Stein Walder Hayden Relocates in Monmouth County to Bell Works in Holmdel

Saiber Promotes Dennison to Partner

Saiber Promotes Dennison to Partner of the Firm



Gregory Dennison

Saiber in Florham Park announced that Greg Dennison has been elevated to a partner. Dennison concentrates his practice in insurance coverage law, and litigation involving claims in New Jersey and New York. He regularly counsels insurance clients on general and excess liability, pollution liability, professional liability, errors and omissions, employers liability, directors and officers liability and commercial auto insurance products. He received his J.D. from the University of Denver College of Law in 1997 and his B.A. from Lafayette College, with honors, in 1993.

 

Lerner David Moves Headquarters to Cranford

Lerner David Moves Headquarters to Cranford



NEW HEADQUARTERS: Lerner David’s new headquarters at 20 Commerce Drive in Cranford.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Intellectual Property boutique Lerner, David, Littenberg, Krumholz & Mentlik executed a lease to relocate its headquarters to 20 Commerce Drive in Cranford, according to a release. Lerner David moved from Westfield, where the firm had been based for nearly its entire 50-year history.  The new building is a Class A building with direct access to the Garden State Parkway. Lerner David was represented by David Simson and Dan Reider of Newmark Knight Frank’s Rutherford office, and Michael Jones of Cole Schotz. The new lease encompasses 34,373 square feet for a term in excess of 10 years. Landlord Signature Acquisitions had external representation from Joseph Sarno of CBRE and internal representation from Eric Zabarkus. Keith Gilman, co-managing partner of Lerner David, said in a statement, “As we strive to retain current talent and attract future attorneys to grow and strengthen each of our practice areas, we are pleased to deliver the kind of workplace talent of that caliber seeks. We look forward to continuing to serve our clients in this new location.”