Monica Babula is an associate in the firm’s Trusts & Estates, & Elder Law practice. Prior to joining Pashman Stein, Ms. Babula was an attorney for the Hudson County Surrogate’s Office. Ms. Babula clerked for the Honorable Marybeth Rogers, J.S.C., Superior Court of New Jersey, Civil and Chancery Division parts.
Victoria Friedrich is an associate in the firm’s Trusts & Estates practice. Prior to joining Pashman Stein Walder Hayden, Victoria was a trust and estate associate at Joseph H. Gruner, P.C., where she engaged in all aspects of estate planning and administration, including asset marshaling, estate settlement and the preparation of New York, New Jersey and federal estate tax returns
Robyn Lym is an associate in the firm’s litigation practice. Prior to joining Pashman Stein Walder Hayden, Ms. Lym was a litigation associate in Manhattan at an international law firm. Ms. Lym clerked for the Honorable Arthur Bergman, J.S.C., New Jersey Superior Court, Civil Division, Middlesex County.
Dillon McGuire is an associate in the firm’s Criminal Defense and Governmental and Internal Investigations practice. Dillon earned his J.D., magna cum laude, from Rutgers Law School, and was inducted into the Order of the Coif. While attending Rutgers Law School, Dillon was selected for a coveted fellowship with the Eagleton Institute of Politics and worked as a legislative aid in the non-partisan Office of Legislative Services.
Howard Pashman is an associate in the firm’s litigation practice. Prior to joining Pashman Stein Walder Hayden, Howard practiced commercial litigation in Chicago where he represented both individual and corporate clients in a wide variety of matters and in all phases of litigation. Howard has also published scholarly works on early American legal history, and he has taught history at Northwestern University and the University of Notre Dame.
Brian provides counsel and representation to applicants in zoning and land use matters before municipal and regional boards. He works closely with architects, engineers, and planners to secure governmental approvals for commercial, industrial, and residential developments. Furthermore, Brian represents developers and other interested parties in state and federal court to challenge adverse municipal action such as the adoption of ordinances and the decisions of planning and zoning boards.