Seven government-services lawyers from Mount Laurel’s Capehart Scatchard departed for Adam Malamut’s Cherry Hill-based firm. READ MORE
White and Williams beefed up its presence in Newark, bringing on a group of labor and employment lawyers from LeClairRyan. The group was led by partner James Anelli, who was a co-leader of LeClairRyan’s labor and employment group, and partner Joseph Paranac. READ MORE
In its effort to build its white-collar and investigations practice, and to further bolster its ranks of former prosecutors, New Jersey firm Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi has hired Erik Sandstedt, formerly regulatory compliance chief of McKesson Corp. and a securities litigator before that. READ MORE
Carlton Fields opened up its first New Jersey office, staffing the practice with five commercial and insurance litigators from Florham Park-based Bressler, Amery & Ross. READ MORE
Seven lawyers from Budd Larner, including a longtime member of the firm's leadership, departed for fellow New Jersey firm Saiber, nearly doubling the size of the latter firm's insurance and reinsurance practice. READ MORE

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Archer & Greiner named partner Lloyd Freeman chief diversity officer. “I really want diversity to be woven into the fabric of our law firm,” Freeman said. READ MORE
New Jersey-based Amneal Pharmaceuticals hired David Buchen, former Actavis GC, as its senior vice president, chief legal officer and corporate secretary. READ MORE
Lowenstein Sandler responded to clients’ increasing anxiety about trade disputes by launching a new global trade and policy practice in Washington, D.C., led by a former Baker Donelson partner. READ MORE

In late 2018 we took stock of some of the most significant moves during that year. But we didn’t touch on everything, and the activity didn’t stop. A number of other significant moves occurred late into last year, and they continue now into 2019.