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Sunshine Week: Jennifer A. Borg, Esq.

We close Sunshine Week by featuring Jennifer A. Borg, Esq.

Ms. Borg is General Counsel and Vice President of North Jersey Media Group, publisher of… 630 more words


Sunshine Week: Pat Gilleran

Today’s Sunshine Week profile focuses on Pat Gilleran, a client for whom Pashman Stein has litigated many OPRA matters.  Pat is an open government and animal rights activist.  519 more words


Sunshine Week: Harry Scheeler

Continuing with our Sunshine Week theme, today’s blog focuses on Harry Scheeler.  Recently, CJ Griffin of Pashman Stein secured a victory on Mr. Scheeler’s behalf against the Office of the Governor, … 352 more words


Sunshine Week: A Win in Helmetta for the Wronkos

It’s Sunshine Week– a national initiative to promote a dialogue about the importance of open government and freedom of information.  This week on the blog we will feature some of Pashman Stein’s clients who are open government activists or journalists and highlight some proposed changes to the New Jersey Open Public Records Act (OPRA) that are currently pending in the Legislature. 526 more words


The Dangerous Saga Of The Radio Lofts

For those who keep current with Camden news, it has been believed that the Radio Lofts building, located at 2nd and Cooper Street, was deemed dangerous and a threat to human safety as of this past August, 2014. 621 more words


Trattoria Mollie; D w/ D pt 2

Let me start off by saying that I am 100% Italian and really have a good feel for what good Italian food taste like. Now, in previous post I have mentioned how Tre Lune is my favorite Italian restaurant has Tre Lune watching its back. 233 more words

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Weinberg sues NJSEA for documents related to Izod Center closure

TRENTON – State Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg (D-37) yesterday filed a complaint in Superior Court in Bergen County seeking to require the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority (NJSEA)  to turn over records related to the authority’s “hurried and legally noncompliant decision” to close the Izod Center. 349 more words