Genova Burns Overview

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Genova Burns General Information

Description

Genova Burns is a law firm headquartered in Newark, New Jersey. The firm poffers services across a broad range of practice areas including trial and appellate practice in federal and state courts, aviation & aircraft law, business law & commercial transactions, casino, hospitality, and resort development. Genova's team also provides services on commercial real estate and redevelopment law, complex commercial litigation, corporate political activity, education law, employment law and litigation, white collar criminal defense, and corporate internal investigations. Additionally, the firm represents clients in diverse administrative regulatory matters before regional state agencies and federal government agencies. The firm currently maintains offices in Newark, Red Bank, Camden, New York City, Philadelphia, Jersey City, and Washington DC.

Contact Information

Service Provider Type
Law Firm
Primary Office
  • 494 Broad Street
  • Newark, NJ 07102
  • United States
+1 (973) 000-0000
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Genova Burns Team (11)

Name Title Deals Office Contact
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Brian Kronick Managing Partner Camden, NJ
James Burns JD Co-Founder & Partner Newark, NJ
Angelo Genova Partner 0 Newark, NJ
Eugene Paolino Partner Newark, NJ
Harry Kapralos Counsel Newark, NJ
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Genova Burns Subsidiaries (1)

Company Name Industry Location Founded
000000000 0000000 Law Firm Millburn, NJ 0000
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