Frier Levitt in Pine Brook promoted health-care litigator Jason N. Silberberg to partner. Silberberg, along with co-founding partner Jonathan Levitt, co-chairs the firm’s value-based care litigation group. Silberberg has experience in health-care and life sciences litigation and regulatory matters. “Jason has a unique skill set that includes knowledge of Medicare Advantage risk adjustment coding and regulation, health-care risk sharing arrangements, and a broad depth of knowledge and experience that allows him to deliver strategic and creative business solutions in support of our clients’ sophisticated needs,” Levitt said in a statement. His practice focuses on helping clients in the value-based care space with strategic litigation and pre-litigation-based solutions to commercial disputes. Among his clients are accountable care organizations, patient-centered medical homes, clinically integrated networks, health-care data analytics vendors, and health systems. Silberberg  also regularly represents clients in False Claims Act matters. He received his J.D. from  George Washington University Law School and his B.A. from New York University. He joined Frier Levitt as an associate in 2014 and before that was a New Jersey deputy attorney general in the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office’s Banking and Insurance Section.

Shipley to Help Lead Tax Practice

State and Local Tax Lawyer David Shipley Joins Stevens & Lee David J. Shipley                                                             [Photo Credit: MILES_TRUESDELL_III.] Stevens & Lee hired David J. Shipley to co-chair its state and local tax (SALT) group. He is based in the Princeton office and joins fellow co-chair Richard M. Botwright in leading the group, which handles complex state tax audits, controversy and litigation in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and beyond. Shipley has nearly 30 years of experience in state tax law. As multistate tax counsel, he represents clients during audits, before administrative boards and court. Shipley is a frequent national speaker on multistate tax topics for many organizations; is a member of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce and New Jersey Business and Industry Association’s Joint State Tax Committee; and frequently contributes to the legislative and regulatory efforts of those organizations. Shipley earned his J.D. from Wake Forest University School of Law and his B.A. from the University of Richmond.

DLA Piper Names NJ Office Leader

DLA Piper Names New Managing Partner in Short Hills Emilio Ragosa                [Photo Credit: Gittings Photography.] Emilio Ragosa was named managing partner of  DLA Piper‘s Short Hills office. Ragosa is a partner in the corporate practice, where he counsels clients on securities offerings, mergers and acquisitions, and venture capital transactions, as well as seed financing, venture financings and private placements to public offerings. He also advises on corporate transactions. He represents private and public companies, venture capital firms, and underwriters. He also has technology and life sciences experience. Ragosa earned his B.S. from Rutgers University and his J.D. from Rutgers Law School-Newark, where he received the Order of the Coif honor.

Cooper Levenson Supports Food Bank

Cooper Levenson Donates to Community FoodBank for ‘Let Us Eat - Please, Inc.’ Summer Feeding Program COOPER LEVENSON DONATES TO FOOD BANK: Shown, from left to right: Kenneth J. Calemmo Jr. (COO, Cooper Levenson), Denise Hladun (Community FoodBank of New Jersey), and Lloyd Levenson (CEO, Cooper Levenson).

Kenneth J. Calemmo Jr., chief operating officer, and Lloyd D. Levenson, CEO, of Cooper Levenson presented a $5,000 check to Denise Hladun of the Community Food Bank of New Jersey, Southern Branch, for the “Let Us Eat–Please Inc.” summer feeding program, designed to help fill the gap that many families experience when school is not in session. The donation was made March 21 at Cooper Levenso’s Atlantic CIty office, according to the release.

Mandelbaum Barrett Collects for Ukraine Relief

Roseland Firm Collects for Ukraine Relief UKRAINE CARE PACKAGES: The attorneys and staff at Mandelbaum Barrett in Roseland held a one-week donation drive (March 7-14) and sent off many essential items for humanitarian aid for those who are struggling in the Ukraine.

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