Noteworthy Summer 2002

Although he has been with us since late last year, it’s not too late to publically welcome our newest Associate, George Christopoulos. George is active in the Real Estate, Litigation and Transactional areas of our practice. He received his undergraduate degree from Seton Hall University, and his law degree from Widener University School of Law in Delaware. Before joining WJ&L, LLP, George served as a Law Clerk to the Honorable M. Alan Vogelson of the Superior Court. George is a very welcome addition to our staff.Elsewhere in this edition of the Legal Update, read all about our newest Partner, Jim Maggio. In addition to becoming a Partner of the firm effective April 1st, Jim was recently installed as a Member of the Board of Directors for the Paramus Chamber of Commerce.

Partner, Jim Delia, who with his family moved to Ho-Ho-Kus a year or so ago, has now been appointed to the Ho-Ho-Kus Public Schools Future Growth Committee. The committee has been asked to help determine the school’s physical plant needs in the future years.

Partner, Tom Wells, who divides his time between the Paramus office, and our office in Bristol, Vermont, reports that he is now a member of the Bristol Planning Commission. Those who know Tom, know he is a veteran of literally hundreds of appearances before Planning Boards and Commissions, and Boards of Adjustments on behalf of clients. It is interesting to think of Tom on the other side of the table.

Congratulations to the youngest son, Andrew, of Partner, Stuart Liebman, and wife, Arlene, who celebrated his Bar Mitzvah several weeks ago. Andrew did a great job!

Partner, Cheryl Morrissey, continues to be active in the Justice Morris Pashman Inns of Court. Recently, Cheryl chaired the successful 10th Anniversary Dinner for this organization and managed to secure highly regarded Justice Randy Holland of the Delaware Supreme Court as the keynote speaker.

Congratulations to the Ridgewood Public Library and its newly formed Ridgewood Public Library Foundation. Tom Wells of our office worked with this group to form this new 501(c)(3) qualified foundation and has also agreed to remain on the Board, at least for a little while, to help things get up and running for this foundation which supports what used to be Tom’s hometown library.

Last, but not least, congratulations to Associate, Linda Herlihy and her husband, Michael. Linda who is just back full-time after a maternity leave, successfully introduced into the world on February 4, 2002, a daughter, Elizabeth Rose.

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