NJBIZ Lists Patrick Dunican Among Its 2018 “Power 100”


March 28, 2018

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For the eighth consecutive year, Patrick C. Dunican Jr., Chairman and Managing Director of Gibbons P.C., has been featured by NJBIZ on its annual “Power 100” list of the most influential people in New Jersey business. NJBIZ wrote of Mr. Dunican:

Gibbons is the third-biggest law firm in the state, and Dunican has been steering the ship since 2004. Three years into his tenure, Gibbons joined American Lawyer’s annual AmLaw 200 list of the nation’s top 200 firms, and it’s still there. Dunican has resided on our list since its 2011 inception, and Law360 has touted him as one of the most innovative managing partners at a U.S. law firm. During the past two years, Gibbons has been the guiding hand of initiatives including a $1.1 billion bond issue by the state’s Sports and Exposition Authority for the American Dream Meadowlands project.

Mr. Dunican also ranked #26 on the PolitickerNJ “Power List” of the 100 most prominent and connected people in New Jersey politics, published at the end of 2017.

To compile the “Power 100” list, NJBIZ editors and staff conducted extensive research aimed at determining the business leaders, educators, legislators, and other high-level personnel across the state who have affected positive changes and helped foster meaningful growth in New Jersey business. This year’s issue ranks the 10 most powerful people in New Jersey business in numerical order and lists the remaining 90 in alphabetical order.

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