Inglesino joins Murphy-Mukherji firm

In a partnership with gubernatorial cross-ties, former Morris County Freeholder John Inglesino – a close friend and ally of Gov. Chris Christie – has joined the lobbying firm Impact NJ, LLC, co-owned by Michael Murphy, former Democratic Party candidate for governor and the step-son of the late Gov. Richard Hughes.  

Previously chief counsel to the monitor of UMDNJ when then-U.S. Attorney Christie brought that institution under federal oversight, Inglesino also recently founded his own law firm, Inglesino, Pearlman, Wyciskala & Taylor, LLC, in Parsippany. 

“John’s extensive experience in government as well as in redevelopment and healthcare will be invaluable to our firm’s clientele, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to have him on our team,” said Murphy, who co-owns Impact NJ with Raj Mukherji. 

“With someone of John’s caliber and wealth of experience in our growing practice, this firm continues to demonstrate its commitment to providing unrivaled government affairs advocacy and consulting services to a marquis group of clients.  It makes sense that a man of his talents hails from Seton Hall Law,” added Mukherji.

Inglesino joins another Republican who recently joined the lobbying firm – former Assembly Majority Whip Guy Gregg.

Inglesino joins Murphy-Mukherji firm