The Norris McLaughlin & Marcus Women's Forum raised more than $19,000 at its inaugural Fall Festival of the Arts in October.
All proceeds from the Fall Festival of the Arts, a cocktail reception and live and silent charity auctions, were donated to the Lung Cancer Circle of Hope and Somerset County's Resource Center for Women and Their Families.
"The Women's Forum is extremely pleased that it was able to raise substantial funds for the benefit of two such worthwhile organizations that are dedicated to helping women. We could not have achieved ourgoals without the support of our firm attorneys and staff, our clients andfriends of the firm, who generously donated time, resources, and auction items and attended the event," said Annmarie Simeone, member of the firm and chair of the Women's Forum's Major Events Planning Committee.
Norris McLaughlin has announced that partner Stuart J. Freedman has been selected for inclusion in the 30th Anniversary Edition of Marquis' Who's Who in American Law. Mr. Freedman has been selected for past editions, including the first edition in 1977.
Mr. Freedman has substantial experience in both privatepractice and as in-house counsel. He practices in a variety of areas within the firm, including trade regulation, advertising, professional liability, insurance, Internet law, distribution, publishing and litigation management.
Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A., has announced that Charles W. Miller III has been certified as a Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS). Thisinsurance designation recognizes specialized expertise in construction insurance, and establishes one's commitment to the construction industry through an on-going continuing education component focusing on construction risk and insurance.
Mr. Miller is a member of the Insurance and Litigation Groups at Norris McLaughlin & Marcus. He possesses a broadrange of experience and specializes in complex litigation.