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New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Act is Now in Effect

In May of this year, New Jersey joined the growing number of states to enact paid sick leave laws.  The New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Act is currently in effect and below you will find certain information that is important for all New Jersey employers to understand. Who Does it Affect? The Act applies to… Read More »

Girls on the Run

Mason, Griffin & Pierson is a sponsor for the November 18 Girls on the Run Central New Jersey 5K in downtown Somerville, New Jersey. Girls on the Run is a program for girls in grades 3 through 8 which teaches girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates… Read More »

Dottie’s House Holiday Party

Mason, Griffin & Pierson is a sponsor for the November 29th holiday party. This year’s celebration takes place at River Rock Restaurant & Marina Bar in Brick, New Jersey. Dottie’s House provides programs and services for survivors of domestic violence. For more information go to https://www.dottieshouse.org/fullinfo/holidaycocktailparty.

Attorneys Schmierer, Cecil & Dragan on Conference Panels

The Annual New Jersey State League of Municipalities Conference is held in Atlantic City on November 13, 14 & 15, 2018. Three Mason, Griffin & Pierson attorneys will be presenting at the conference. Edwin Schmierer, Director with the firm and Assistant Counsel to the New Jersey State League of Municipalities, is on a panel for… Read More »

Waterbury On Zoning Faculty

Trishka Waterbury Cecil, Of Counsel with Mason, Griffin & Pierson, is on the faculty of a New Jersey Institute of Continuing Education seminar, “Representing Zoning & Planning Boards in New Jersey”. The half-day course for attorneys is on October 24 and will cover a full and practical overview on guiding board members through zoning applications…. Read More »

MG&P Supports Denim Day for Breast Cancer

The American Cancer Society’s yearly fundraiser urges all to donate $5 and wear jeans to work on any Friday in October. Money raised will support the American Cancer Society’s mission to save lives from breast cancer. The staff at Mason, Griffin & Pierson and the firm is proud to support the fundraiser.

Communities of Light Launch October 23

Womanspace’s Annual Communities of Light Event on December 3rd is a public awareness project and fundraising campaign to benefit victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. The launch event includes a press conference and reception and will take place at 5:30 on October 23 at D&R Greenway Land Trust (https://drgreenway.org/) in Princeton. Edwin… Read More »

Philly Pops Concert October 6

Mason, Griffin & Pierson is pleased to be a sponsor at the Philly Pops concert to benefit The Foundation of Morris Hall/St. Lawrence, Inc. The Foundation provides skilled nursing, out patient health care, and rehabilitation. The concert will be at the Patriots Theater, Trenton War Memorial. For information and tickets go to https://morrishall.org/about-us/foundation/.

West Windsor Mayor’s Ball

The firm is a sponsor for the October 13th West Windsor Mayor’s Ball. The event takes place at the Boathouse on Mercer Lake in West Windsor and benefits the West Windsor Police Department in celebration of its 50th anniversary. For more information go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-mayors-ball-tickets-45856003541.

Ed Schmierer Moderator For Two Housing Workshops

Director, Edwin Schmierer will serve as Moderator for two workshops sponsored by the Association of Housing Professionals of New Jersey (AHPNJ), Administering The Fair Housing Act. The workshops are part of the Governor’s Conference on Housing and Economic Development. The conference takes place October 2-3 and is hosted by the New Jersey Department of Community… Read More »


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