Recent spurts in starting salaries at New York and Silicon Valley firms are forcing some New Jersey firms to consider recalibrating their first-year associates’ paychecks

A few firms — like Morristown’s Porzio, Bromberg & Newman and Roseland’s Lowenstein Sandler — had decided to significantly increase salaries even before the news that newly minted lawyers at the New York office of one San Francisco firm could earn as much as $160,000 a year.

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