FPSC Attorney Adrienne Isacoff's Article on Municipal Mechanic's Lien Law Published in New Jersey Lawyer Magazine

New Jersey Lawyer Magazine recently published the following article by FPSC attorney Adrienne L. Isacoff, Esq. entitled "Are Subcontractors At Risk of Losing The Protection Afforded by the Municipal Mechanic's Lien Law," which covers a pending Appellate Division case that may impact the ability of subcontractors to file liens against public entities. 

Adrienne is a lead attorney in the firm’s Construction and Public Contracting group. She is Of Counsel to the firm’s Rochelle Park, NJ office. She has decades of experience as a government procurement and construction lawyer for public, commercial and residential projects representing developers, owners, contractors and vendors. She also serves as an arbitrator and mediator on the American Arbitration Association panel of neutrals.


Education Law Partner Kim C. Belin Presented at National Business Institute Seminar

Education Law Partner Kim. C. Belin recently served as a featured speaker during a legal education seminar on Special Education Law, which was presented by the National Business Institute.  She addressed fellow legal professionals on “Discipline and Expulsion Essentials for Special Needs Students” during part-two of a two-day seminar which was held at the Hotel ML in Mount Laurel.

Ms. Belin has extensive experience representing boards of education, school administrators and charter schools in a variety of areas, including administrative law and hearings, policy development, and labor and employment issues, staffing relations, pupil rights, and obligations, IDEA and Section 504 compliance, school construction law and contract procurement.


FPSC Partner Lester E. Taylor III to Address School Board Members at NJSBA Event

FPSC Partner Lester E. Taylor III will address Bergen County school board members on current issues affecting public schools during a seminar presented by the New Jersey School Boards Association and the Bergen County School Boards Association on January 31st, 2018 at Glen Rock High School beginning at 6 p.m.

Lester is Chair of the firm’s Education law practice and has dedicated his practice to representing school districts in matters related to general counsel services, special education, litigation, labor and employment and workers’ compensation. He presently represents the Camden City School District, Warren County Special Services School District, Jersey City Board of Education, West New York Board of Education, Willingboro Board of Education, Elizabeth Board of Education, and Paterson Board of Education.

His discussion will focus on sexual harassment in public schools.


FPSC Partner Douglas J. Steinhardt Appears on NJTV's On The Record

FPSC Partner Douglas J. Steinhardt, Chairman of the state GOP, was a guest on NJTV's On The Record with Michael Aronson this weekend. Doug spoke about the future of the GOP, the law firm, colleagues, and friends and family. 

Click here to view the segment. 



Partner Ravi Bhalla Departs FPSF to Transition to Hoboken City Hall as Mayor

We would like to congratulate our Partner and friend Ravinder S. Bhalla who is leaving the firm Friday, December 29th to assume his full-time position as Mayor of the City of Hoboken, New Jersey on Monday, January 1st, 2018.

Ravi made history this past November becoming the first Sikh to be elected to a mayoral position in a municipality in the State of New Jersey. Ravi has been serving as a councilman-at-large of the one-square-mile-city since 2009. An Indian-American born and raised in New Jersey, Ravi was endorsed this past June by Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer who decided not to seek re-election to a third term.

"Leaving the firm is bittersweet as I will truly miss the partners, associates, staff members and clients who I have worked so closely with at Florio Perrucci Steinhardt & Cappelli over the past four years. I am so grateful to have been part of such a remarkable team," said Ravi. 


Memorial Services for Our Partner, Paul T. Fader

To our clients, colleagues and friends:

Memorial services for our Partner, Paul T. Fader, will be held Saturday, December 16, 2017, at 12:30 pm at Dwight Morrow High School, 274 Knickerbocker Road, in Englewood, NJ. Paul passed away suddenly on Monday, December 11, 2017.  His death is mourned by all who knew him. 

Paul joined Governor James J. Florio, Michael J. Perrucci and Douglas J. Steinhardt in January 2006, and Florio Perrucci Steinhardt & Fader, LLC, was formed.  At FPSF, Paul served as a member of the Firm’s Executive Committee and Chair of the government, regulatory affairs and lobbying practice groups. He represented numerous public and private clients, concentrating his practice in the areas of governmental affairs, redevelopment, real estate and land use law, and construction and public contracting.

In reflecting on Paul’s 58 years, Governor Jim Florio noted that, “Paul was an accomplished lawyer and dedicated public servant whose resume reads like the American success story it was.  After overcoming the challenges of youth, Paul rose to the highest levels of State government where he served as Chief Counsel to New Jersey Governors Richard J. Codey and James E. McGreevey, and provided legal counsel to, and representation for, the Governor of the State of New Jersey on issues involving all aspects of state government.  His impact on this State is evident from the Port of Newark to the Port of Camden, and everywhere in between.”


FPSF Partner Paul T. Fader Appointed to Governor-Elect Murphy's Transition Team

Florio Perrucci Steinhardt & Fader is proud to announce that Partner Paul T. Fader has been named an attorney on Governor-Elect Phil Murphy's Transition Team. 
Paul has an extensive background in government relations especially at the State level. He previously served as Chief Counsel to two New Jersey governors where he provided representation and counsel on all state government related issues. 

He made significant contributions serving as Deputy Chief Counsel and Director of the Authorities Unit in the Office of Governor James E. McGreevey where he oversaw the state's 43 independent authorities, boards and commissions, which include the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority, the New Jersey Casino Reinvestment and Development Authority and the New Jersey Economic Development Authority. As Director of the Authorities Unit, Paul was responsible for over 44,000 employees and an annual aggregate revenue stream of more than $14 billion. His leadership was instrumental in the consolidation of the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway Authorities.


FPSF Congratulates Partner Louis Cappelli, Jr., Re-Elected Camden County Freeholder

Congratulations to Partner Louis Cappelli, Jr. who was re-elected to a fifth term on the Camden County Board of Chosen Freeholders. 

Lou has been serving as a Freeholder since 2002 and as the Director of the Board since 2009. Among his most notable accomplishments as County Freeholder Director, Lou spearheaded the creation of the first-of-its-kind Regional Police Force Program in Camden County, the largest shared service program in the state which was designed to curb crime by putting more police officers on the ground to maximize public safety while simultaneously reducing costs to taxpayers. These groundbreaking improvements in public safety led to a visit from President Barack Obama in 2015 who commended the county for its efforts which reduced crime and improved the relationship between citizens and law enforcement. 


FPSF Congratulates Partner Paul K. Yoon on His Electoral Victory to Fort Lee Council

Florio Perrucci Steinhardt & Fader would like to congratulate Partner Paul K. Yoon on his electoral victory, becoming the second Korean-American to be elected as council member in the Borough of Fort Lee. 

Paul and his running mate, both Democrats, ran a successful campaign defeating Republican challengers. According to published election results, Paul received the largest number of votes in this election. 

A Partner in the firm's Rochelle Park office, Paul is an experienced trial attorney in the areas of commercial litigation and criminal defense and is also well experienced in government relations. 


Celebrating the Legacy of Governor Jim Florio Article: A Conversation Between Friends - South Jersey Magazine

A message from Lester E. Taylor III, Esq.


Please join me in celebrating the legacy of one of our State’s most distinguished public servants and founding FPSF Partner, Hon. James J. Florio, by reading the following article published in the October 2017 issue of South Jersey Magazine, entitled "A Conversation Between Friends: After 30 Years Away, Gov. Jim Florio Comes Home to South Jersey" written by Sal Paolantonio.  Click the following link or see article below:


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