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Joshua L. Weiner and Paul I. Weiner Join Coughlin Duffy LLP

April 24, 2019

Coughlin Duffy LLP is pleased to announce that Joshua L. Weiner and Paul I. Weiner will join the Firm on May 1, 2019. Joshua Weiner will join as a Partner and Chair of the Employment and Labor Practice Group. Paul Weiner will serve as Special Counsel to the Firm.

With over 50 years of combined experience in employment and labor law, Joshua Weiner and his father, Paul Weiner, represent small to large companies for their employment law needs. Both Joshua and Paul work closely with their clients in litigated matters as well as administrative and arbitration proceedings, employment law preventive practices and audits, labor union law disputes, wage and hour claims, and management training.

Prior to joining Coughlin Duffy LLP, Mr. Joshua Weiner served as Chair of the Employment and Labor Law practice group and the Litigation Division at Budd Larner. Mr. Weiner received his J.D. from the Hofstra University School of Law, and earned his B.A. from Rutgers University.

Mr. Paul Weiner served as Counsel, as well as private and court mediator at Budd Larner. He received his J.D. from Brooklyn Law School. Paul also served as Labor and Employment counsel for large corporations including Nabisco, GAF and Certain Teed Products. Over the last 20 years, Paul has practiced with various law firms in New Jersey, as well as established his own firm alongside Joshua, specializing in employment and labor law. Paul’s practice at Coughlin Duffy will focus on employment and labor law, OSHA, as well as private and court mediation.

“Coughlin Duffy is proud to welcome Joshua and Paul to our growing team of talented attorneys and is pleased to add employment and labor to the list of services we are able to provide our clients. Both Joshua and Paul have been recognized and admired for their many achievements and exceptional expertise. We are confident that they will each contribute to the Firm’s strength of providing the highest quality legal services and value to our clients.” Remarked, Coughlin Duffy LLP Managing Partner Suzanne C. Midlige.