June 30, 2009
Hill Wallack LLP Partner Featured Speaker at ICLE Pay-to-Play Seminar
Princeton, NJ – Paul P. Josephson, partner-in-charge of the Regulatory & Government Affairs Practice Group and the Casino Practice Group of the Princeton law firm of Hill Wallack LLP, was recently a featured panelist at the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education Seminar “Pay To Play: The Latest in Campaign Finance Regulations”. Mr. Josephson gave his presentation on the latest pay-to-play restrictions and activities by political action committees.
Mr. Josephson concentrates his practice in Administrative Law and Litigation, including Election and Campaign Finance Compliance and Government Ethics. Mr. Josephson previously served as Chief Counsel to the Governor, and as Assistant Attorney General and Director of the Division of Law within the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General. In the latter capacity, he managed a 550-attorney division responsible for all civil representation of the State of New Jersey. Born and raised in Essex County, Mr. Josephson graduated from Montclair Kimberley Academy. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan, and his J.D. with honors from the National Law Center at George Washington University. He currently resides in Princeton with his wife Jodi and their two children.
Hill Wallack LLP is one of the largest law firms in Central New Jersey, with offices in Princeton and Atlantic City, New Jersey and Yardley, Pennsylvania. Over the past 30 years, Hill Wallack LLP has earned a reputation for comprehensive problem solving. The firm’s well-known practice groups in Real Estate and Land Use, Regulatory and Government Affairs, Workers’ Compensation, Insurance Defense, Community Association Law, Construction, Administrative Law/Government Procurement, Business Law and Creditors’ Rights/Bankruptcy are complemented by its specialty practices in Employment & Labor Law, Professional Liability and Public Finance.