Connecting with the Future: A Conversation with NJSBA Executive Director… Angela C. Scheck

  By Martin C. Daks THE NEW JERSEY STATE BAR Association (NJSBA) represents the interests of more than 18,000 Garden State attorneys, fostering professionalism, advancing personal development and encouraging participation. The mission of the New Brunswick-based organization is particularly important today, as the legal field navigates a series of changes, from technology to new kinds of practitioners. In this interview,
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President’s View: Elections Have Consequences

In a quiet, air conditioned room in Jersey City, hundreds of Dell and Hewlett-Packard servers harness the power of computers to buy and sell stocks on Wall Street in the blink of an eye. While this technology is reliable—with millions of dollars flowing through our state—winning investments from businesses that put down roots and generate revenue here is all about
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New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife’s 125th Year

  THE NEW JERSEY Division of Fish and Wildlife, which manages nearly 350,000 acres of wildlife management areas, is marking its 125th anniversary this year. It is one of the oldest state wildlife management agencies in the nation—and can trace its beginning to March 8, 1892, with legislation calling for the appointments of three fish and game commissioners and a
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NJEDA/Choose New Jersey Foster Business Growth in South Jersey

BUSINESS IN SOUTH JERSEY IS ON the upswing since the passage of the New Jersey Economic Opportunity Act (EOA) of 2013, buoyed by heightened commercial activity in Camden and Atlantic City, and promising growth in manufacturing and the food industry. That is the assessment of leaders at the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) and Choose New Jersey, a not-for-profit
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A State-of-the-Industry Report from NJBankers President and CEO John E. McWeeney, Jr.

ACCORDING TO THE NEW JERSEY Bankers Association (NJBankers), New Jersey-based banks generate an estimated $16.7 billion in GDP in-state annually, and account for some $530 million in state taxes and $934 million in local taxes. This represents a major contribution to the state’s economy and provides vital support for local communities, as well. To find out more about the role
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