Paul B. Matey
President Donald J. Trump today announced the nomination of Paul B. Matey of Roseland, NJ to the Third Circuit Court of Appeals.
A 2001 graduate of Seton Hall Law School, Matey was former Governor Chris Christie’s Deputy Chief Counsel and served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney during Christie’s tenure as the chief federal prosecutor in New Jersey. He is currently the Sr. Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of University Hospital in Newark.
Prior to entering Seton Hall Law, Matey worked in marketing for the comic-book division of Marvel Entertainment, according to his LinkedIn profile. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: April 10th, 2018 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: New Jersey | Tags: Chris Christie, New Jersey, Paul B Matey, Paul Matey, President Donald Trump, Third Circuit Court of Appeals, Trump Administration, U.S. Third Circuit Court | Comments Off on President Trump nominates Christie ally to Appeals Court
State Senator Joe Kyrillos, whose district includes Oceanport, the home of Monmouth Park, said, “This court reversal puts us back on the right course to create opportunities here, improve the quality of life, and enhance the state’s economy and job creation and retention at Monmouth Park and Atlantic City. As I’ve said for months, we will prevail, and the repeals that this legislature enacted on a bipartisan basis will ultimately stand.”
TRENTON — New Jersey’s years-long battle to legalize sports betting will get another day in court — and experts say the outlook for the state is suddenly a positive one. Nearly two months after a three-judge U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals panel rejected the state’s latest bid to legalize sports wagering at casinos and racetracks,… Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: October 15th, 2015 | Author: admin | Filed under: Horse Racing Industry, Joe Kyrillos, Monmouth County News, Monmouth Park | Tags: Atlantic City, Equine Industry, Gambling Industry, Gaming Industry, Monmouth County News, NJ Sports Betting, Oceanport, Sen Joe Kyrillos, U.S. Third Circuit Court | 1 Comment »