- Scarinci HollenbeckLaw Firm, presentFull-service corporate and commercial business law firm, with specialties in Cyber Security & Data Protection, environmental law, labor and employment, commercial litigation, eDiscovery, bankruptcy and creditors rights, corporate tax, business planning, and trust and estates, Public Law, Health Care, Civil Rights litigation, Sports & Entertainment Law, ERISA Law, Insurance Law, Constitutional law and Government Relations. As one of the most dynamic business law firms in the New York/New Jersey Metropolitan Region, with a branch office in Washington, D.C., we provide a broad range of services to a diverse group of corporate and commercial clients. We support and advance our clients’ initiatives through innovative solutions to complex legal problems. For more information contact our Managing Partner, Donald Scarinci (DScarinci@ScarinciHollenbeck.com) at either of our New York/Midtown (212-286-0747) or Northern New Jersey/Lyndhurst (201-896-4100) offices. Business Law, Real Estate Law, Environmental and Land Use Law, Renewable Energy and Green Initiatives, Labor and Employment Law, Litigation, Insurance Law, Public Law, New Jersey Renewable Energy, New Jersey Business, New Jersey Real Estate, New Jersey Corporate
Scarinci Hollenbeck, a business law firm that provides a wide range of legal services to corporate and commercial clients in the New jersey and New York Metropolitan Region. The areas of practice include Business Law, Real Estate law, Environmental and Land Use Law, Labor and Employment Law, Litigation, Sports & Entertainment Law, Bankruptcy Law, Tax, trusts & Estates law, ERISA Law, Insurance Law and Public Law. Office locations include Lyndhurst and Ocean, New Jersey and New York, New York.
1100 Valley Brook Avenue P.O. Box 790 Lyndhurst, NJ 07071
Scarinci Hollenbeck Attorney Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
One of New Jersey’s Top Environmental Attorneys, Theodore Schwartz has been honored by the New Jersey Law Journal with the 2016 Lifetime Ach
SH-Law Associate to Present at NJMMA Spring Conference
Kurt Watkins, Esq. to Present how IRS Rules Affect Public Pensions at New Jersey Municipal Management Association - NJMMA Spring Conference
Need to Know Employer Obligations for Military Workers
Are you a business owner who employs service men or women? Then here are some legal insights of employer obligations for military workers
Be Wary of Proceeds Trading in Your Brokerage Account
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Does using drones in filmmaking fly with the government?
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Scarinci Hollenbeck Partner Consulted on Pilgrim Pipeline Project
The Township of Mahwah plan to call upon Scarinci Hollenbeck Partner John Scagnelli for legal assistance relating to the proposed Pilgrim Oi
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Since warrmer weather is coming, now may be the time for small business owners to consider reviewing, organizing, and purging their human re
Sean Dias to be Panelist at NJICLE 2016 Admin Law Forum
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New Laws Fostering Brewery Startups in Monmouth County
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