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Position: President of New York Shipping Association

Key role: I am responsible for implementing the collective bargaining agreement between the members of NYSA and the New York and New Jersey locals of the International Longshoreman's Association. Before coming into this role, I supported the negotiation of a new six-year contract.

Goals: The Port of New York and New Jersey is the largest port on the East Coast but we can do more to compete with other ports and attract even more shipping vessels. With regional and infrastructure investments and international projects like the Panama Canal expansion, there will soon be an opportunity for larger cargo ships to call here. My goal is to make New York and New Jersey the most productive port in North America.

Previous jobs: I served as senior vice president of corporate operations at Hapag-Lloyd (America) Inc., and was responsible for all operations of North America, South America and the Caribbean. I was with Hapag-Lloyd for 18 years.

Key strengths: I consider myself a logical thinker and problem solver who considers other's objectives and find solutions that benefit both parties.

Career high: My career high came in April, when the NYSA and the ILA concluded a new collective bargaining agreement.

After hours: Watching my son's high school and travel baseball teams. I like to play golf, which is a family sport at the Nardi household.

Law

Alexis M. Aloi has joined law firm Buchanan, Ingersoll & Rooney PC's litigation section in the long-term care practice.

Aloi concentrates her practice on long-term care litigation, particularly on premises liability and medical malpractice defense. She earned her law degree from Villanova University School of Law.

Buchanan, Ingersoll & Rooney is a national law firm with New Jersey offices in Newark and Princeton.

Shareholder Elizabeth Garcia was appointed chair of the labor and employment practice group at the law firm of Parker McCay, in Mount Laurel. She serves as lead labor attorney for more than 45 municipal, school board and private clients. Garcia, of Woolwich, focuses in civil rights and government liability, labor and employment, and municipal and governmental relations. Garcia joined Parker McCay as an associate in 2001, was promoted to counsel in 2007 and shareholder in 2012. She earned her law degree from Temple University School of Law, in Philadelphia.

Christopher Nucifora has rejoined law firm Kaufman, Dolowich & Voluck LLP as co-managing partner in its Hackensack office. Nucifora, who has about 15 years' experience as a commercial litigator handling complex matters, will also be chair of KDV's information security and privacy practice.

Nucifora handles business and corporate conflicts, private and public construction disputes, and professional liability matters. He also handles technology litigation and information and privacy security matters. He previously worked at Windels, Marx, Lane & Mittendorf, where he was a partner in the firm's Madison office.

Nucifora earned his law degree from Seton Hall University School of Law. He is admitted to practice law in New Jersey and the District of Columbia.

Real Estate

Bradford C. Fenlon has joined Colliers International's New Jersey brokerage team in Parsippany as executive managing director. Fenlon is a tenant representation specialist focusing on corporate clients.

Fenlon was previously a senior vice president in CBRE's Saddle Brook office, and was vice president with Cushman & Wakefield.

Ryan Nee has joined Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services as regional manger at its Elmwood Park office.

Nee joined Marcus & Millichap as an agent in 2007, and was promoted to senior associate in 2010. He was named sales manager of the firm's Fort Lauderdale, Fla., office in 2011 before transferring to the Manhattan office, where he was named sales manager in 2012. He earned a degree in finance from the University of Florida.





Katherine O'Kane was named education coordinator of NAIOP New Jersey, a commercial real estate development association. Her responsibilities include working with the group's education committee to prepare course outlines and applications for certification of NAIOP New Jersey's seminars for continuing education credits for multiple professions, including license brokers, accountants, architects and professional planners. O'Kane is currently enrolled at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Public Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University.

Edison-based real estate company Mack-Cali Realty Corp. announced the following promotions:

  • Francis X. Shea, vice president of development, is responsible for Mack-Cali's commercial development activities, including the company's commercial land development and interior renovations.
  • Ricardo Cardoso, vice president of investments, is primarily responsible for sourcing new real estate acquisitions and identifying opportunities within the portfolio for asset repositioning or disposition.
  • Brian McClean, vice president of property management, is responsible for the management of the company's properties in Jersey City.
  • Thomas J. Golden, assistant vice president of development, is responsible for coordinating approvals and entitlements for the company's commercial development and redevelopment activities.
  • Damian Finley, assistant vice president of development, is responsible for the company's commercial development and construction activities in Westchester and Fairfield counties.
  • David Carlick, senior director of acquisitions, is responsible for both acquisitions and dispositions for the company.
  • Janice H. Torchinsky, first vice president of human resources, is responsible for all human resource functions for both Mack-Cali and its subsidiary Roseland.
  • Jack Tycher, vice president of acquisitions at Roseland, is responsible for the company's multifamily property acquisition program.
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President of New York Shipping Association

Key role: I am responsible for implementing the collective bargaining agreement between the members of NYSA and the New York and New Jersey locals of the International Longshoreman's Association. Before coming into this role, I supported the negotiation of a new six-year contract.

Goals: The Port of New York and New Jersey is the largest port on the East Coast but we can do more to compete with other ports and attract even more shipping vessels. With regional and infrastructure investments and international projects like the Panama Canal expansion, there will soon be an opportunity for larger cargo ships to call here. My goal is to make New York and New Jersey the most productive port in North America.

Previous jobs: I served as senior vice president of corporate operations at Hapag-Lloyd (America) Inc., and was responsible for all operations of North America, South America and the Caribbean. I was with Hapag-Lloyd for 18 years.

Key strengths: I consider myself a logical thinker and problem solver who considers other's objectives and find solutions that benefit both parties.

Career high: My career high came in April, when the NYSA and the ILA concluded a new collective bargaining agreement.

After hours: Watching my son's high school and travel baseball teams. I like to play golf, which is a family sport at the Nardi household.

Law

Alexis M. Aloi has joined law firm Buchanan, Ingersoll & Rooney PC's litigation section in the long-term care practice.

Aloi concentrates her practice on long-term care litigation, particularly on premises liability and medical malpractice defense. She earned her law degree from Villanova University School of Law.

Buchanan, Ingersoll & Rooney is a national law firm with New Jersey offices in Newark and Princeton.

Shareholder Elizabeth Garcia was appointed chair of the labor and employment practice group at the law firm of Parker McCay, in Mount Laurel. She serves as lead labor attorney for more than 45 municipal, school board and private clients. Garcia, of Woolwich, focuses in civil rights and government liability, labor and employment, and municipal and governmental relations. Garcia joined Parker McCay as an associate in 2001, was promoted to counsel in 2007 and shareholder in 2012. She earned her law degree from Temple University School of Law, in Philadelphia.

Christopher Nucifora has rejoined law firm Kaufman, Dolowich & Voluck LLP as co-managing partner in its Hackensack office. Nucifora, who has about 15 years' experience as a commercial litigator handling complex matters, will also be chair of KDV's information security and privacy practice.

Nucifora handles business and corporate conflicts, private and public construction disputes, and professional liability matters. He also handles technology litigation and information and privacy security matters. He previously worked at Windels, Marx, Lane & Mittendorf, where he was a partner in the firm's Madison office.

Nucifora earned his law degree from Seton Hall University School of Law. He is admitted to practice law in New Jersey and the District of Columbia.

Real Estate

Bradford C. Fenlon has joined Colliers International's New Jersey brokerage team in Parsippany as executive managing director. Fenlon is a tenant representation specialist focusing on corporate clients.

Fenlon was previously a senior vice president in CBRE's Saddle Brook office, and was vice president with Cushman & Wakefield.

Ryan Nee has joined Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services as regional manger at its Elmwood Park office.

Nee joined Marcus & Millichap as an agent in 2007, and was promoted to senior associate in 2010. He was named sales manager of the firm's Fort Lauderdale, Fla., office in 2011 before transferring to the Manhattan office, where he was named sales manager in 2012. He earned a degree in finance from the University of Florida.





Katherine O'Kane was named education coordinator of NAIOP New Jersey, a commercial real estate development association. Her responsibilities include working with the group's education committee to prepare course outlines and applications for certification of NAIOP New Jersey's seminars for continuing education credits for multiple professions, including license brokers, accountants, architects and professional planners. O'Kane is currently enrolled at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Public Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University.

Edison-based real estate company Mack-Cali Realty Corp. announced the following promotions:

  • Francis X. Shea, vice president of development, is responsible for Mack-Cali's commercial development activities, including the company's commercial land development and interior renovations.
  • Ricardo Cardoso, vice president of investments, is primarily responsible for sourcing new real estate acquisitions and identifying opportunities within the portfolio for asset repositioning or disposition.
  • Brian McClean, vice president of property management, is responsible for the management of the company's properties in Jersey City.
  • Thomas J. Golden, assistant vice president of development, is responsible for coordinating approvals and entitlements for the company's commercial development and redevelopment activities.
  • Damian Finley, assistant vice president of development, is responsible for the company's commercial development and construction activities in Westchester and Fairfield counties.
  • David Carlick, senior director of acquisitions, is responsible for both acquisitions and dispositions for the company.
  • Janice H. Torchinsky, first vice president of human resources, is responsible for all human resource functions for both Mack-Cali and its subsidiary Roseland.
  • Jack Tycher, vice president of acquisitions at Roseland, is responsible for the company's multifamily property acquisition program.
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