Porzio, Bromberg & Newman Ranked the Top Medium-Sized Law Firm in New Jersey by NJBIZ's Best Places to Work
The law firm of Porzio, Bromberg & Newman, P.C. was ranked in the top 30 “Best Places to Work” in the medium-sized company category of NJBIZ's 2019 Best Places to Work in New Jersey and is the highest ranking law firm in the same category.
At the May 1 awards gala, small, medium, and large companies were celebrated and rankings were announced. The top award was presented to Fairleigh Dickinson University School of Pharmacy & Health.
To qualify, Porzio and its employees completed a survey detailing the firm’s benefits, policies, and level of satisfaction.
“It is very gratifying to be recognized by NJBIZ. Undoubtedly, our people make Porzio, Bromberg & Newman a ‘best’ place to work,” says Porzio Managing Principal, Vito A. Gagliardi, Jr. “Our vision of ‘Serving the best interests of our clients by serving the best interests of our people, permeates our culture and is built into all that we do as an organization. That vision is the foundation that guides our actions. It directs our policies and infuses our culture.” Gagliardi continues, “Personal and professional integrity, collegiality, teamwork, mutual respect, and commitment are more than mere words. They are the core values that define our workplace community.”
Adds Carole T. Mecca, Porzio Chief Administrative Officer, “We are honored to be selected as a Best Place to Work in New Jersey. Like many other personnel, I have been with the firm for quite some time, and have seen changes in the legal industry over the years. Porzio has always remained a welcoming workplace, due in part to continuous personal and professional development, which is the foundation of Porzio’s success. Mentorship programs for administrators, paralegals, and lawyers instill our diverse staff with a sense of belonging, and we aspire to form mentoring relationships that span careers. As a result, our employees are collegial and often refer to each other and the firm as family.”
“I enjoy working at Porzio. It’s akin to being on a varsity team,” says Janelle Edwards-Stewart, Counsel in the firm’s Litigation Practice Group. “You are among self-disciplined, hard-working, friendly people trying their best and accepting personal responsibility, who want to win for their clients.”
About Porzio, Bromberg & Newman, P.C.
Founded in 1962, Porzio, Bromberg & Newman, P.C. is a full-service law firm with more than 90 lawyers throughout offices in New York City, Washington, DC, Morristown, Ocean City, and Princeton, NJ, and Westborough, MA. The firm is committed to serving clients, providing high-quality work and achieving results through legal strategy, advocacy, technology, and consulting services offered through the law firm and its three wholly-owned subsidiary companies. Porzio is a leader in a wide range of industries including; Life Sciences, Dietary Supplements, Cannabis, Manufacturing, Esports, Retail, Education, and many others. The firm provides legal services in the areas of corporate, transactional, employment, litigation, bankruptcy and refinancing, intellectual property and trademark, real estate, and others to businesses of all sizes ranging from Fortune 500 corporations to start-up companies and public organizations. For additional information, please visit www.pbnlaw.com.
About Best Places to Work
NJBIZ is New Jersey’s leading business journal, with a weekly circulation of more than 15,000 copies, as well as 24/7 business news coverage through its NJBIZ.com website and multiple daily e-newsletters. The publication, founded in 1987 and based in the Somerset section of Franklin Township, is also well-known throughout the state for its events honoring New Jersey’s top business professionals. The NJBIZ Best Places to Work companies are decided based upon participation with the Best Places to Work survey from NJBIZ’s sister company, Best Companies Group. The program collects data confidentially, allowing employees to comfortably share feedback about the companies they work for – and for those companies to interpret and act on what they’ve learned.