Kaufman, Semeraro & Leibman First Annual Open House Holiday Party a Tremendous Success

Rob Zwigard, Parsippany-Troy Hills Mayor Michael Soriano, Parsippany-Troy Hills Planning Board Attorney Scott Carlson, Morris County Freeholder Deputy Director Heather Darling, Freeholder Tom Mastrangelo, Assemblyman Anthony Bucco, Mount Arlington Mayor Michael Stanzilis, Assemblyman Christopher P. DePhillips, Councilman Pompton Lakes Councilman Ekamon Venin and Joseph Bock, Esq.

PARSIPPANY — The law offices of Kaufman, Semeraro & Leibman, LLP opened its second North Jersey office at 90 East Halsey Road this year and held it first Morris County Open House Holiday Party, which was very well attended.

The firm’s practice focuses on land use law, employment law, personal injury law, business law, as well as local and county governmental law.

In attendance were Senator Anthony Bucco, Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce, Assemblyman Anthony Bucco, Jr., Assemblyman Christopher DePhillips, Freeholders Tom Mastrangelo, Deborah Smith and Heather Darling, Freeholders Elect John Krickus and Stephen Shaw, as well as a number of local government officials, which included Parsippany Mayor Michael Soriano and Parsippany Planning Board attorney Scott Carlson.

The firm has a long list of accolades and successes throughout Morris, Passaic, Bergen, Essex and Sussex counties, which in just the last two months, included settling one employee rights lawsuit for $1,750,000.00 and one plaintiff’s personal injury lawsuit for $2,300,000.00

Mark Semeraro said, “we look forward to being a part of and serving the Morris County community.”

Joseph Bock, Esq., Lisa Ciavarella, Mark J. Semeraro, Esq., Scott Fahrney, Esq, and Rose Brescia, and John Visconi, Esq.

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