All of us at KSB Law are sending wishes for a Happy and Healthy New Year 2021! While 2020 was a tough year, we hope you can find gratitude in having good health and well-being; quality time with family; connections made with friends and colleagues; and the opportunity to self-improve or expand horizons.
At KSB Law, we have been thankful for much in 2020 despite the hardships it brought to all of us. We have a wonderful team of professionals who are all passionate about what they do and make working in the legal profession rewarding every day. Our clients continue to give us joy, and we are happy that we can support them.
As we move into 2021, we continue to focus on the good from 2020. Some of KSB Law’s 2020 highlights include the following:
We proudly welcomed Beth P. Zoller, Esq. as Counsel. Most recently, Ms. Zoller worked as a Legal Editor at XpertHR, an online compliance resource for corporate HR departments and employers. She is also an Adjunct Professor in the Master of Science in Jurisprudence Program at Seton Hall University School of Law. Previously, Ms. Zoller worked in private practice concentrating in employment law and litigation matters. Ms. Zoller has over two decades of employment law related experience.
We also expanded our Alternative Dispute Resolution practice area, with the addition of our partner Teresa Boyle-Vellucci becoming an Arbitrator on the Employment Panel of the American Arbitration Association (AAA). We are delighted that Ms. Boyle-Vellucci has joined Kirsten Scheurer Branigan, Carole Lynn Nowicki, and Lori Ann Buza as AAA Arbitrators. Ms. Boyle-Vellucci is also a seasoned mediator, serving on the AAA Mediation Panel, as well as the New Jersey Civil Court Roster.
For more information on KSB’s Law Alternative Dispute Resolution Practice, click here. For more information on current legal issues involving arbitration in New Jersey, an article by Kirsten Scheurer Branigan and Beth Zoller was featured in the October 8, 2020 issue of the New Jersey Law Journal and is entitled “NJ Supreme Court Approves Electronic Acceptances in Employment Arbitration Agreements.”