Laddey Clark & Ryan, LLP is growing beyond its base in Northwest New Jersey, with the opening of a new office in New Brunswick, announced Managing Partner Thomas N. Ryan.
Travis Nunziato has agreed to serve on the Events Committee for the non-profit organization, Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, which is engaged in education, health care, social justice and ecological integrity.
Fredric Knapp has been appointed by the County of Morris Board of Commissioners to serve as a disciplinary hearing officer for the calendar year 2022.
Timothy Dinan, Practice Leader of Laddey Clark & Ryan's Personal Injury Practice, has been designated a Certified Civil Trial Attorney, by far the youngest in Northwest New Jersey.
Laddey Clark & Ryan reached out to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest New Jersey for help in designing its holiday card this year.
The American Arbitration Association has admitted Fredric M. Knapp, Senior Counsel, to the AAA's Roster of Labor Arbitrators. Knapp has now been added to the State of New Jersey Public Employment Relations Commission's Panels of Grievance Arbitrators, Mediation and Factfinding.
In Moloughney v. Rupprecht, Meghan Steingall, an attorney in the Personal Injury Department, obtained a victory in Bergen County Superior Court after a jury returned a verdict finding liability in a case involving a slip and fall on ice.
Thomas N. Ryan, Esq., Managing Partner of Laddey Clark & Ryan, LLP, has been elected Vice Chair of the Newton Medical Center Foundation Board. Ryan has served on the Board of Trustees since 2015. Most recently, he served as Secretary.
Laddey Clark & Ryan was the recipient of the Training & Workforce Development Award at the Sussex County Economic Development Partnership's 16th Annual Economic Development Awards Luncheon.
Laddey, Clark and Ryan is proud to announce Fredric Knapp's admittance to the Roster of Arbitrators for the Superior Court in Morris County and Sussex County.