Kathryn H. Acosta
Kathryn H. Acosta graduated from Vassar College in 2001 with both General and Departmental Honors. Immediately following graduation from college, Kathy attended law school at the University of Colorado, Boulder. While there, Kathy was a member and Lead Production Editor of the Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy, and published an article, “The Status of Toxins in 2003: How Toxins Affect Human Health and the Environment During War,” 15 COLO. J. INT’L ENVTL. L. & POLY 2003, 75 (2004).
For two years, Kathy also served as a Student Attorney in the Legal Aid and Defender Program, and provided legal representation to indigent persons in various criminal and civil litigation proceedings.
After law school, Kathy’s law practice in Colorado primarily involved representation of individuals charged with misdemeanor and felony criminal offenses, and also involved Plaintiff’s personal injury work.
Upon relocating to her native New Jersey, Kathy’s law practice shifted to labor and employment law, and involved negotiating collective bargaining agreements, and representing private and public sector labor unions and/or their members in arbitration, federal court, state court, and in administrative proceedings.
Kathy’s law practice continues to focus on labor and employment law, particularly focusing on the needs of private and public employers.
Kathy is a member of the bars of Colorado, the State of New Jersey, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, as well as the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, the United States District Court for the District of Colorado, and the United States District Court for District of New Jersey.
Arthur F. Risden achieves noted status
The New Jersey State Bar Association recently congratulated Arthur F. Risden for achieving emeritus status.
Presentation by Mark Toscano to Northeast Region ROTC Instructors
On July 30, 2013, Mark Toscano presented a workshop on McGuire Air Force Base to honorably retired military personnel currently employed as ROTC instructors across the Northeast Region.