State Matrimonial Lawyers Install Officers



The New Jersey chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers installed officers for the 2013-14 term on June 8 at Cedar Hills Country Club in Livingston. The officers are: President Cary Cheifetz, Ceconi & Cheifetz, Summit; President-elect Robert Adinolfi, Adinolfi & Lieberman, Haddonfield; First Vice President Bruce Chase, Chase & Chase, Hackensack; Second Vice President Amy Goldstein, Capehart & Scatchard, Mount Laurel; Secretary Jerry D'Aniello, Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, Bridgewater; and Treasurer Amanda Trigg, Lesnevich & Marzano-Lesnevich, Hackensack. They were sworn in by Union County Judge Kenneth Grispin. Shown, above, from left: D'Aniello, Trigg, Goldstein, Chase, Adinolfi and Grispin. At right, from left: Cheifetz and Grispin.

Silber Meets Prince Charles at Commemoration


Silber at the 2011 Celebration of Lawyers and the Arrts with his artwork.

Siegmar Silber, a partner with Silber & Fridman of Clifton, met with Prince Charles, at St. James Palace in London on June 23, along with 200 other survivors, to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Kindertransport. Silber, at age 4, was one of 10,000 German children sent by their parents, days after Kristallnacht in November 1938, to Great Britain under the humanitarian program.

'Hobby's for Justice' Raises Funds for VLJ


Shown, from left, with the winning sandwich, are retired Appellate Division Judge Harvey Weissbard, of counsel; Geraldine DeAngelo, legal assistant; Gemma Giantomasi, associate and VLJ board member; and Ana Dos Santos, hospitality coordinator.

Hobby's Delicatessen & Restaurant in Newark hosted its annual "Hobby's for Justice" fundraiser on June 11 to benefit Volunteer Lawyers for Justice. Hobby's invited businesses to sponsor a sandwich that appears on the menu for a week and donated 10 percent of the proceeds for any order that day and catering orders for a week. Genova Burns Giantomasi Webster of Newark took the top spot with its "Trust-ee Turk-ee."