Gibbons Attorneys Appear on NJTV News to Discuss 2013 Election

News

November 7, 2013

The November 6, 2013 edition of NJTV News with Mike Schneider featured Gibbons P.C. Special Counsel William J. Palatucci and Director William J. Castner Jr., who discussed the 2013 general election, as well as the results of the New Jersey gubernatorial race and other key races throughout the state.

NJTV News with Mike Schneider is a weeknight news broadcast that features stories from across the Garden State covering a range of issues, from politics and government to arts and entertainment. Anchor Mike Schneider is the program’s Managing Editor.

To view Mr. Schneider’s full interview with Mr. Palatucci and Mr. Castner, please click here.

Mr. Palatucci is one of the state’s most prominent and widely respected attorneys, with a reputation for strategic planning and complex public policy and communications initiatives. He previously served as Senior Vice President and General Counsel for Public Affairs at Community Education Centers. Prior to joining CEC, he was a partner in the law firm of Dughi, Hewit & Palatucci, P.C., where he provided legislative and regulatory affairs counsel. In 2010, Mr. Palatucci was elected the Republican National Committeeman for New Jersey. He also served as Co-Chairman of the Inaugural Committee for Governor Chris Christie and Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno.

Mr. Castner, former Chief Counsel to the Governor of New Jersey with extensive public sector experience, now represents clients including Verizon New Jersey, Rowan University, and the New Jersey State Senate, in various practice areas, including litigation, regulatory affairs, corporate compliance, and ethics. In recent years, he has been consistently ranked on PolitickerNJ.com’s “Power List” of the 100 most politically influential individuals in the state, including #11 in 2011 and #14 in 2012. In 2013, Mr. Castner was one of only 50 Americans selected to participate in the prestigious Young Leaders Conference sponsored by the American Swiss Foundation.