Scarinci Hollenbeck Partner Gary Young Named 2018 Mentor
April 30, 2018
Scarinci Hollenbeck Partner, Gary Young, Receives 2018 Mentors Award From NJ Law Journal
Lyndhurst, NJ, April 30, 2018 – Scarinci Hollenbeck is proud to announce that Partner and Chair of the firm’s Employee Benefits & ERISA practice group, Gary S. Young, has been recognized by the New Jersey Law Journal for his work as a mentor in the firm. The Journal sought to recognize individuals who “take the time to be leaders: thought leaders, leaders to the up-and-coming generation of practitioners, and leaders in their practice and industry areas.” Mr. Young is one of just five individuals to receive the 2018 Mentors award.
Mr. Young is being recognized for the time he takes in helping groom the next generation of practicing attorneys. From assisting young attorneys in closing deals to offering insight where needed, Gary truly embodies what it is to be a mentor. Gary also established the firm’s Marketing Inn of Court. This program has become an educational resource and valuable asset within the firm for what it offers to our practice groups and the personal development of our attorneys.
“I am humbled by the recognition afforded to me by the NJ Law Journal. One of my long-term goals, after 40 years of rich and varied experience practicing law, has been to pass a lifetime of know-how and experiential wisdom to the next generation. Receiving this honor serves as a validation of my commitment to my younger colleagues and why I remain committed to being an effective and caring mentor,” said Mr. Young.
The winners will be profiled in the New Jersey Law Journal’s upcoming Professional Excellence magazines and honored June 21, 2018 at the Professional Excellence Event at Brookdale Country Club in Florham Park, NJ.
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Gary S. Young concentrates his practice on ERISA, employee benefits and executive compensation as a member of Scarinci Hollenbeck’s Corporate Transactions and Business Law Group. Gary began his legal career over 40 years ago as a traditional labor lawyer, and he continues to provide employment law advice to private sector employers on subjects such as wage & hour compliance, workplace harassment, FMLA, etc.