Three Saiber attorneys have been named to the inaugural ROI-NJ Influencer: Law list, a list selected by the editorial board of ROI-NJ based on opinions of business and government leaders, nominations and our editorial judgment.
Arnie Calmann, a Senior Member of the Firm’s Intellectual Property and Business Litigation practice groups, was selected for his work as an intellectual property attorney in New Jersey. Arnie concentrates his practice in corporate, commercial, complex and multi-party litigation with an emphasis on intellectual property, antitrust and trade regulation, business torts, trade secrets, competition law and professional malpractice matters.
Randi Schillinger, a Senior Member of the Firm’s Environmental Law and Real Estate Law practice groups, was recognized for her work in environmental law. Randi's practice emphasizes both complex real estate and financial transactions and all aspects of transactional and regulatory environmental compliance issues.
Justin Calta, an associate in the Firm’s Real Estate and Land Use practice groups, was selected for his work as a real estate and land use attorney. Justin’s practice focuses on the representation of businesses and individuals in real estate and corporate transactions, with a particular emphasis on zoning, land use and redevelopment, commercial leasing, mergers & acquisitions, and general corporate law and business counseling. To be selected as a Rising Star, an attorney had to be less than 10 years removed from passing the bar.
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