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Lieberman Blecher and Sinkevich Announces New Partner and Of Counsel Lawyer

Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich, PC is proud to announce the naming of Mr. C. Michael Gan, Esq. as a shareholder, effective January 2022. Michael joined the firm as an associate attorney in 2017, with a focus on business transactions, environmental law, and energy law. Since joining the firm, he has assisted clients with land use matters, environmental matters in transactional and litigation contexts, and insurance coverage disputes. Michael also serves as counsel for condominium and homeowners associations. Prior to joining the firm, Michael served as a law clerk to the Honorable Anne McDonnell, P.J. Ch. in Vicinage XV (Gloucester, Cumberland, and Salem County). As a law clerk, he worked on probate matters, foreclosures, general equity cases, environmental cases, and Mt. Laurel litigation. Michael also previously interned at the Vermont Office of Attorney General, Environmental Protection Division, and worked on agricultural water quality enforcement and Act 250 land permitting appeals.

Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich, P.C. are also excited to welcome Ms. Michele Donato, Esq. to the firm as of-counsel. Ms. Donato brings a distinguished career to the firm, dedicated to land use, historic preservation, and environmental law. A graduate of Rutgers Law School, Ms. Donato has represented municipal agencies, developers, and citizen groups throughout her career. She is General Counsel to New Jersey Planning Officials and Second Vice President for the New Jersey Institute of Local Government Attorneys. In 2013, Ms. Donato received the William Cox Award for Excellence in Land Use. Ms. Donato was selected to Super Lawyers from 2011 to 2022. Ms. Donato is also the Ocean County Chair for the Citizens’ Campaign. She is an Adjunct Professor with Rutgers University, Bureau of Local Government Services, and she teaches and lectures for organizations and agencies throughout the State. Her additional accomplishments include the Monsignor Harding Award of Merit from Saint Peter’s High School, an award for her work in preserving the environment from the League of Women Voters, and her participation in the prestigious Oxford University Roundtable.

Our growing team of experienced litigators aims to provide every client with an exceptional level of service. Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich PC looks forward to a productive and successful new year.

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