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Gibbons Chairman Patrick Dunican to be Featured on Caucus NJ with Steve Adubato


January 24, 2013

Patrick C. Dunican Jr., Chairman and Managing Director of Gibbons P.C., will be featured on Caucus: New Jersey with Steve Adubato in an episode that will first air on Saturday, January 26, 2013, starting at 12:00 p.m. on NJTV and 12:30 p.m. on PBS Thirteen.

On the program, Mr. Dunican will discuss this year’s Newark St. Patrick’s Day Parade, his role as Grand Marshal, and the support the parade provides to a variety of local organizations. He will also talk about his firm’s commitment to the communities it serves through its charitable and civic platform, Gibbons Cares, and how the mission and recipients of Gibbons Cares outreach overlap so neatly with those of this year’s parade.

Along with Mr. Dunican, Michael D. Byrne, President of Pilgrim Strategies, LLC, is the parade’s General Chairman; DSFC Eileen P. Gilleece of the New Jersey State Police will serve as Deputy Grand Marshal; Gibbons Counsel Noreen M. Giblin will serve as the Grand Marshal’s Chief of Staff; and Gibbons Director Anthony Callaghan will serve as an Assistant to the Chief of Staff. An impressive group of business and civic leaders from Newark and throughout the state will be marching with them in the parade. The 78th Annual Newark St. Patrick’s Day Parade will take place on March 15, 2013.

Caucus: New Jersey is the Caucus Educational Corporation’s Emmy Award-winning series that is celebrating its 25th season on the air. Caucus: New Jersey combines in-depth documentary coverage with insightful studio interviews and discussion. The series tackles a range of important issues, including the economy and local business and industry; family finances; education reform; healthcare; technology; the changing state of the American family; and, as in Mr. Dunican’s featured episode, the civic engagement of the state’s business leaders.