• June 24, 2009

    Hill Wallack Adds New Partner to Atlantic City Office

    Princeton, NJ – The law firm of Hill Wallack LLP has added a new partner to its Atlantic City Office. Noah Bronkesh joins Hill Wallack as partner of the firm's Gaming Law and Real Estate Practice Groups. Mr. Bronkesh concentrates his practice in commercial real estate, leasing, land use, chancery litigation, commercial law and gaming law. He advises his clients on real estate acquisitions, obtaining development approvals, public finance issues and foreclosures. His clients include casino operators, developers and investors. He has also handled numerous casino service industry and liquor licensing matters. He has served as Solicitor for the Upper Deerfield Township Planning Board, Weymouth Township Planning Board, Mullica Township Planning Board, Estell Manor Board of Education, Cumberland County Planning Board and the Township of Commercial. He has also served as bond counsel to the Cumberland County Improvement Authority, Town of Hammonton and City of Pleasantville. He also has served as Special Counsel to the Absecon Zoning Board of Adjustment, Galloway Township Zoning Board and City of Brigantine and has served as Special Redevelopment Counsel to East Hanover Township.

    Mr. Bronkesh is a graduate of Temple University, from which he received a B.A. magna cum laude and graduated with a Juris Doctor degree from New York University. He is a member of the American Bar Association, New Jersey State Bar Association, International Association of Gaming Attorneys, New Jersey Conference of Mayors and the Greater Atlantic City Chamber of Commerce. He is a Trustee of the Southern New Jersey Development Council.

    He is admitted to practice law in New Jersey, New York and the US Supreme Court. Mr. Bronkesh is active in numerous charitable and civic organizations. He is past President of the Jewish Federation of Atlantic and Cape May Counties. He has also served as Chairman of the Atlantic County Democratic Organization, and has served on the Advisory Committees for United States Senators Jon Corzine, Frank Lautenberg and Bill Bradley and Congressman William Hughes. He is also a member of the New Jersey Israel Commission. Mr. Bronkesh resides in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

    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, the firm has earned a reputation for comprehensive problem solving. The firm’s well-known practice groups in Land Use, Environmental & Government Regulations, Workers’ Compensation, Insurance Defense, Real Estate, Regulatory & Government Affairs, Community Association Law, and Construction and Business Law are complemented by specialties in Gaming Law, Employment, Professional Liability, Government Procurement and Public Finance. Its numerous clients from the local, national and international communities rely upon the firm for a broad range of legal services.