Legislative Service Awards Past Recipients 1991-2001
Ronald Grayzel, for his work on bad faith legislation and wrongful death legislation.
Dick Kahn, for his work on legislation repealing the rule against perpetuities bill and the durable power of attorney legislation.
Alan J. Pogarsky, for his efforts on legislation that created 36 judgeships in New Jersey.
Kenneth H. Wind, for his work on legislation that increases the caps and allowable fees for medical witnesses and for his work on choice of chiropractors/physicians legislation.
Toby Solomon, for her work on adoption legislation.
James Boskey, for his work on adoption legislation.
Roslyn S. Harrison, for her work on the Model State Trademark Act.
Eric Landman, for his work on legislation that elevates the penalties for the unauthorized practice of law from a disorderly persons offense to a crime of the fourth degree.
No awards were given.
Michael R. Cole, for his work in raising 8 million dollars in funds for Legal Services of New Jersey through an increase in various civil court filing fees.
Patricia M. Barbarito, for her work on mediation, college education expenses and alimony legislation.
Susan L. Goldring, for her work on the divorce law reform, including mediation, college education expenses and alimony.
John P. Paone, for his work on mediation, college education expenses and alimony legislation.
Ann R. Bartlett, for her work on drafting amendments to the college education expenses legislation and mediation, as well as alimony legislation.
Mary E. Coogan and Susan M. Angele, for their work on the municipal public defender legislation.
Peter I. Broeman and Genevieve K. LaRobardier, for their work on the Foreign Country Money Judgments Recognition Act.
Daniel M. Waldman and Gerald H. Baker, for their work on automobile insurance reform.
Joseph A. Bottitta and Raymond T. Lyons, Jr., for their work on the Adoption and Safe Families Act.
Jo-Ann Herina Jeffreys, for her work on Medicaid Estate Recovery legislation.
Thomas D. Begley, Jr., for his work on Medicaid Estate Recovery legislation.
Mark H. Sobel, for his work on child support legislation.
David S. Neufeld, for his work on single member limited liability company legislation.
Joel Rosen, for his work on legislation which would exempt real estate brokers, salespersons and broker-salespersons from the consumer fraud law under certain circumstances.
Steve Richman, for his work on Euro legislation.
Peggy Sheahan Knee, for her work on durable powers of attorney legislation.
Mary Lou Parker, for her work on legislation to clarify executor’s commissions.
Lawrence Friedman, for his work on Medicaid trusts.
Peter Lederman, for his work on DWI-related issues.
Mel Narol and Anne McHugh, for their work on carnival amusement park liability legislation.
Bruce Miller, Mark Zirulnik and Arthur Kravitz, for their work on legislation to establish a Workers’ Compensation Judges Retirement System, legislation to permit electronic filing & response in regard to certain workers’ compensation petitions; and a bill concerning recovery of TDI payments from workers’ compensation awards.
Paul Shur, former chair of the Banking Law Section for his work on UCC Article 9.
Grayson Barber, for her work on constitutional and privacy issues.
Norma Rosenbloom, for her work on kinship care legal guardianship.
David Hardin, former chair of Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section for his work on the Uniform Anatomical Gift Act.