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President-Elect Timothy F. McGoughran, Esq. of the New Jersey State Bar Association appointed Catherine B. Derenze to serve as Co-Chair of the Appellate Practice Committee for 2023-2024.

Mindee J. Reuben has been named to the following Super Lawyers® lists: Top 100: Pennsylvania Super Lawyers®, Top 100: Philadelphia Super Lawyers®, and a Top 50 Women Pennsylvania Super Lawyers®.

Bruce D. Greenberg has been named to the Super Lawyers® list for 2023 for his work in Appellate Practice.  He has been recognized on the Super Lawyers® list since 2005.

Bruce D. Greenberg was recognized in The Best Lawyers in America© for 2023 for his work in the Appellate Practice.

Mindee Reuben was recognized in The Best Lawyers in America© for 2023 for her work in Antitrust Law and Litgation.

Catherine B. Derenze spoke on a panel titled “You Filed Your Appeal Now What?: A look at stays, bonds and more” for the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education. Other panelists included Chief Judge Carmen Messano of the New Jersey Appellate Division, Andrew R. Turner, Esq., and Conway C. Marshall of International Sureties, Ltd.

Bruce D. Greenberg was quoted in the New Jersey Law Journal about the practice of designating most Appellate Division decisions as “unpublished” and “not precedential,” rather than “published” and “precedential.”  To read this article, click here.

Bruce D. Greenberg co-authored, with Hon. Gary K. Wolinetz of the Middlesex County Superior Court, an article in the October 2022 issue of New Jersey Lawyer magazine titled “New Jersey’s Constitutional Right to a Civil Jury Trial: ‘Inviolate’ But Not ‘Absolute.”

On August 25, 2022, Mindee J. Reuben was appointment to the Interim Plaintiff Steering Committee in In Re: Deere & Company Repair Services Antitrust Litigation, N.D Illinois, Case No. 3:22-cv-50188.

Allen J. Underwood presented a live CLE program on Wednesday July 20 at the New Jersey State Bar Association New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick, with an all-star panel addressing “New Developments in Bankruptcy Third-Party Releases (Traps for the Unwary)." To learn more, click here.