NJ Law Firm Influenced Tax Breaks For Clients, Report Says

Law360 (June 17, 2019, 11:11 PM EDT) -- New Jersey law firm Parker McCay PA helped author legislation that paved the way for millions in tax breaks for clients such as the insurance brokerage owned by political powerbroker George E. Norcross III, according to a Gov. Phil Murphy-commissioned report released Monday just moments after a judge refused to block it.

In the first revelations of the probe into the state's Economic Development Authority, a task force said special interests favoring private parties made possible, for example, approvals of an $86 million incentive to Norcross' firm, Conner Strong & Buckelew Companies LLC, and $40 million to Cooper Health System, where Norcross...

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