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 John Gloria

jgloria@glorialawfirm.com

 

    John has been licensed to practice law in New York since 2001, and New Jersey since 2004. 

 

     In addition to his legal training, he has been a builder and developer for over 13 years, giving him experience in design, approvals, contracts, and supervision; and a small business owner.   In 1986, he was named the United States Small Business Administration Young Entrepreneur of the Year for New Jersey.  John’s business background gives him a unique perspective on the practice of law, and an understanding of the problems of business and real estate clients that few attorneys can match. 

 

    John is a graduate of Ramapo College and the Nova Southeastern University School of Law.

 

 Laura S. Munzer

lmunzer@glorialawfirm.com

 

    With almost 30 years of experience as an attorney, Laura has successfully dealt with most of the issues that bring people to seek legal assistance. She has seen most of the problems and pitfalls that exist in real estate transactions, and knows how to help you avoid them. She has extensive experience in sales, purchases, landlord-tenant law, and small business law. Laura believes that individuals deserve the same quality of legal representation as large corporations, and knows how to explain the often complex process of legal matters  so that the client understands what is happening, and why, during every step of the proceeding.

 

    Laura is a graduate of Princeton University, and the Boston University School of Law.
 

 

 

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