Lowenstein Sandler broke from the pack of New Jersey’s home-grown firms Thursday and announced it would pay first-year associates $140,000 next year, a $15,000 increase.

The 250-lawyer Roseland, N.J., firm also said salaries for some first-year associates in its New York office might be even higher, depending on practice area and performance.

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