Leon J. Sokol Recently Quoted in The Epoch TimesDecember 1, 2021
Leon J. Sokol, a partner in the firm’s Corporate Department, was recently quoted in The Epoch Times for an article titled "Supreme Court Allows New Jersey to Quit Waterfront Commission." In the Article, Leon discusses the Supreme Court's recent decision to allow New Jersey to withdraw from the Waterfront Commission.
Originally appointed as Counsel to the New Jersey Senate in 1976, Leon has remained in that capacity to date, and for the past two decades, he has represented both the New Jersey Senate and the General Assembly in all litigation matters. In that capacity, he has argued many cases before the New Jersey Superior Court’s Appellate Division and the New Jersey Supreme Court, resulting in a significant number of landmark decisions.
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