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 […]

Cooper Levenson Business & Tax Law Group Counsel Linode through Acquisition by Akamai Technologies

Akamai Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: AKAM), the cloud company that powers and protects life online, announced it has completed its acquisition of Linode. On February 15, Akamai announced an agreement for Akamai to acquire Linode in exchange for approximately $900 million. Cooper Levenson, P.A. represented Linode with a corporate and tax team led by firm President Robert E. Salad and […]

ROI-NJ Names Lloyd D. Levenson a 2022 Influencer

Atlantic City, N.J.- Lloyd D. Levenson of Cooper Levenson, Attorneys at Law has been named to the 2022 ROI Influencers Power List by ROI-NJ. Levenson was recognized in the Top Lawyers category and noted for his work in casino and i-gaming law, government services, and cannabis law. The 2022 ROI Influencers Power List includes the […]

Cooper Levenson Attorneys to present at New Jersey Society of CPAs Atlantic/Cape May Chapter Webinar February 17

Tax attorneys from Cooper Levenson will present a webinar – Latest Developments in Estate, Gift, Generation-Skipping, Federal and State Income Taxation, on Thursday Feb. 17, 2022. Join a discussion of how estate, gift, and generation-skipping transfer taxes work, including who is considered a “skip” person, indirect skip gifts, what triggers the generation-skipping tax, as well as the […]

2022, New Rules?

To Our School Board Community: First, Happy New Year (we think)!! Though we hoped this year would start without Executive Orders, last minute guidance, and unclear recommendations, it seems that’s not going to be our reality.  Second, we are still working on all of the new information and guidance, so everyone should try and remain patient and flexible […]