Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Philadelphia Eagles Support Wind Energy

The Philadelphia Eagles announced Wednesday it will reimburse its employees living in the Philadelphia region and New Jersey who purchase wind energy, making it the first organization to pick up with this type of cost for employees. Eagles President Christina Lurie will present the football team's Go Green initiative during the 2007 NFL Business Summit to be held at the Marriott in Philadelphia.
"We hope to serve as an example for NFL Teams and the corporate sector," Lurie said. "The topic of greening in sports is especially important to cities like Philadelphia with professional teams and sports arenas. Game days have a huge environmental impact considering traffic, trash, energy and material consumption, and water use. They are also opportunities for educaton and awareness."
Lurie explained, if an employee purchases 300 KW of wind energy, it is the equivalent to planting 268 trees every year or not driving 3,600 miles. Considering the Eagles would get at least 100 employees to participate, that would equal 360,000 miles not driven or more than 26,800 trees planted.
For more information on Go Green, visit the NFL team online at and click on Go Green.

Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Stan R. Gregory, Esq., Joins Pellettieri, Rabstein & Altman.

Princeton, NJ, March 30, 2007— For Immediate Release

The law firm of Pellettieri, Rabstein and Altman, is pleased to announce that Stan Gregory, Esq., has joined the firm as a partner.

Mr. Gregory comes to the firm with 14 years of experience providing legal representation to N.J. residents in matters of personal injury, criminal law, workers compensation and family law. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Gregory was a partner with the Law Offices of Gibbs, Gregory and Emmons, Pemberton Township, N.J.

Mr. Gregory earned his Bachelor of Science from Rutgers University, 1988, and earned his law degree from St.

Thomas University School of Law, Miami Florida in 1993. He was admitted to practice law in New Jersey

in 1993 and Florida in 1995.

Mr. Gregory served as a judicial law clerk, 1993-1994, for the Honorable Thomas H. Dilts, J.S.C.,

Somerville, N.J. He held the associate editor position on Law Review, and has authored the article,

“Capital Punishment and Equal Protection,” 5St. Thom. L. Rev. 257 (1992). Early in

his career he represented political refugees from Haiti in political asylum hearings in Florida Federal Court.

Mr. Gregory complements his legal career with a variety of professional activities.

He has served as the Chairman of the Office of Attorney Ethics 2002-2003, Vice Chair 2001-2002, and as a

Committee Member 1999-2001. He has served many years on the Board of the Pemberton Township Board of

Education, 1997-2000, 2004, 2005 and 2006. He is also an officer on the board of trustees with DRENK

Memorial Behavioral Center, Hainesport, NJ.

Mr. Gregory remains active in the community and lives in Burlington county with his wife, Nicole, are married

13 years with 2 children, Sean, 12, and Alyssa, 10.

Pellettieri Rabstein & Altman is a full service law firm, established in 1929, with over 30 attorneys
known for successfully representing both companies and individuals in New Jersey. For more
information, please contact Holly Russell at Pellettieri, Rabstein & Altman, Counsellors at Law, 100
Nassau Park Boulevard, Princeton, NJ 08540, (609) 520-0900, Fax: (609) 452-8796,