• 04May

    Meyner and Landis LLP is pleased to announce that Scott R. Malyk, Esq., a Partner in the firm’s Immigration Law Group and current Chair-Elect of the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Immigration Law Section, will be appointed Chair effective May 18, 2017. The Immigration Law Section deals with the complexities and changing landscape of U.S. Immigration Law as well as the interaction between U. S. immigration laws and other areas of law, including Employment & Labor, Mergers & Acquisitions, Family, Criminal and Real Estate. In addition to serving as Chair of the Immigration Law Section, Scott will also serve as Chair of the section’s Presidential Task Force, responsible for providing the New Jersey State Bar Association and the press with reasoned responses to the Trump administration’s executive actions on immigration.

    Scott’s law practice is primarily focused on all aspects of corporate and business-related immigration law. Scott is an experienced, results-oriented attorney who represents a diverse group of domestic and multinational corporations and their employees, providing both short and long-term guidance in connection with the hiring, transfer and retention of international personnel worldwide.

    Scott is available to the press, upon request, for interviews, expert commentary and analysis in matters related to immigration law and practices. He can be reached via email at: smalyk@meyner.com; or direct dial phone at: (973) 602-3455.

    About Meyner and Landis LLP

    Meyner and Landis was founded in 1962 by former New Jersey Governor Robert B. Meyner.  Meyner and Landis is listed in the Martindale-Hubbell directory of preeminent law firms in the United States.  Our firm has a business-focused practice, with concentrations in Immigration Law, Banking, Business Transactions, Corporate Law, Creditor’s Rights, Commercial and Construction Litigation, Environmental Law, Real Estate and Trusts and Estates.

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