Lynne Levin Kaufman to speak at IAGA International Gaming Summit in Boston June 28

Lynne Levin Kaufman, Co-Chair of the Gaming and iGaming Law Practice Group and a Partner in the firm, will speak at the 39th annual International Gaming Summit, an International Association of Gaming Advisors (IAGA) event, in Boston, Mass. June 27 – 29, 2022. The IAGA International Gaming Summit will cover topics “ranging from the ongoing […]

Cooper Levenson Welcomes Summer Associates

Cooper Levenson welcomed three summer associates to the firm’s Atlantic City office on June 7, 2022. Nicholas (Nick) Droboniku Jr. is a rising 3L at Rutgers Law School – Newark, where he is currently a member of the Rutgers Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Society. His legal focus is currently business law, but he looks […]

Nicholas Sansone Sworn in as Trustee of the Burlington County Bar Association

Nicholas Sansone, a partner in the firm, was sworn in as a Trustee of the Burlington County Bar Association on June 1, 2022. The organization’s mission is to serve Burlington County Bar Association members by: 1. Providing membership benefits which enhance the members’ ability to practice law competently and ethically; Providing opportunities for cordial professional […]

Katlin Trout, Esq. named to Atlantic County Mental Health Advisory Board

Katlin Trout, an attorney in the Atlantic City law firm of Cooper Levenson, Attorneys at Law, has been named to the Atlantic County Mental Health Advisory Board (MHAB.) The 12-member volunteer board serves as an advocate and advisor to County Executive Dennis Levinson and the Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) for the […]

Holly M. Whitney Joins Cooper Levenson’s New Wilmington Delaware Office

Cooper Levenson is pleased to announce that Holly M. Whitney has joined the firm as Of Counsel in the firm’s new Wilmington, Del. Office. Whitney will concentrate her practice on estate planning. “We are pleased to welcome Holly and are certain that she will be a great addition to the Cooper Levenson team,” said Kenneth […]

Barr secures adoption for NJ family on appeal

The Appellate Division affirmed the termination of parental rights, thereby allowing the adoption of a child by her grandparents in a contested private adoption.  Cooper Levenson’s Jennifer Barr represented the grandparents on appeal.  The Appellate Division ruled in In the Matter of the Adoption of a Child by C.M. and C.M., Docket No. A-3562-20 (App. […]