Kingston Law Group

Kingston Law Group to Sponsor West Windsor Farmers Marketfor Thirty Weeks in 2019


Kingston, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/06/2019 -- Proudly entering its 16th season, the West Windsor Farmers Market is open on Saturdays since May 4 and will continue until November 23. The hours are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Offering a variety of locally grown produce, cheeses, alpaca and llama fiber products and other artisan items, the market gives residents and members of the surrounding areas an opportunity for the finest and freshest directly from the producer instead of going through an intermediary like a grocery store.

The market is run by a group of volunteers with a market manager.

The market depends on the philanthropy of local businesses to help support the operation and cover the overhead costs.

The Kingston Law Group is pleased to be a sponsor for 30 Saturdays in the 2019 season, as well as the primary sponsor on June 8.

Said Senior Attorney Hanan M. Isaacs of Kingston Law Group, "My firm and I buy from small local businesses whenever possible. The opportunities for farmers and artisans to share their products in a thriving farmers market is the perfect combination. We are always glad to give back to the people who support us," said Isaacs. When we were approached for a sponsorship, we gladly signed on immediately."

The Kingston Law Group is a three-attorney partnership in Kingston, N.J. They specialize in employment law, family law, civil litigation, criminal defense, trusts/estates and Elderlaw.

The firm has successfully litigated and resolved many cases of interest to the Central Jersey community. The Kingston Law Group offers a reduced fee initial consultation. Client prospects can state their facts confidentially, the lawyers will advise as to the applicable law, as well as the best ways to achieve economic and social justice.

Call the Kingston Law Group for a near-term appointment or fill out the form on the website available here.

About Kingston Law Group
In 1981, Hanan M. Isaacs created a Central Jersey law partnership with Robert A. Felmeister. The firm was known as Felmeister & Isaacs. From their newly minted law offices In East Windsor, Mercer County, these two young lawyers were hellbent on creating an immediate commercial following. They took an aggressive stance on their first amendment right to advertise their legal services, including on the radio, a right the New Jersey Supreme Court was slow to recognize and support.
Their stance produced a 4-year tussle with the Supreme Court, resulting in multiple hearings in state and federal court and two changes to the Rules of Professional Conduct, including the current Rule permitting most forms of advertising.

In 1988, Felmeister departed the firm to start a different career, and Isaacs constructed a sole practice focusing on family and divorce (in which he is now a Supreme Court Certified Family Law Practitioner), employment law for workers, insurance bad faith claims, and general civil litigation and criminal defense.

Isaacs is a recognized expert in negotiations, mediation, and arbitration of cases, whether as a neutral or a lawyer representing a party in those venues.

From 1998 to 2018, Isaacs hired paralegals and law associates to handle the firm's work. He taught dispute resolution at Seton Hall Law School and Rider University, taught lawyers and judges the art and craft of negotiations and mediation, served as a Mediation Trainer and lecturer for the NJ Institute of Continuing Legal Education and NJ Association of Professional Mediators (NJAPM), published many articles on divorce, family law, and Alternative Dispute Resolution, and served in leadership roles at the State Bar Association, on Supreme Court Committees, and at NJAPM.

Isaacs also served for many years on successive Zoning Boards of Adjustment (in Montgomery Township and Princeton), and on his Homeowners Association Board.

In 2018, Mr. Isaacs formed a law partnership with Misty V. Avallone, Esq., a long-time associate of the firm, who focuses on matrimonial law practice, along with Tabitha Y. Clark, Esq., who focuses on trusts and estates, Elderlaw, and support for Ms. Avallone's and Mr. Isaacs's divorce and employment law practices. Ms. Clark also serves as the law firm's Chief Technical Officer.

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Kingston Law Group
Hanan M. Isaacs, Esq., Founding partner
4499 NJ-27
Kingston NJ 08528