Flaster Greenberg announced this week that Christopher Chiacchio, former Mayor of Moorestown, NJ, joined Flaster Greenberg as a member of the firm’s Corporate and Real Estate & Land Use Departments. Chiacchio, who will work in Flaster Greenberg’s Cherry Hill office, will focus his practice on real estate, banking and corporate law. Prior to the joining the firm, Chiacchio served as the managing partner of Subranni Zauber, LLC in Marlton, NJ.
Chiacchio’s two decades of experience includes representing clients with corporate law matters including general counsel and the sales and acquisitions of businesses, sales and acquisitions of real estate, land use and development projects, and real estate litigation. He also represents lenders with commercial transactions.
Public service has played an integral role in Chiacchio’s work outside the firm. He served as Mayor of Moorestown Township, and prior to that served as a member of the Moorestown Township Planning Board, as well as the Planning and Zoning Boards of Cinnaminson Township. Most recently, he served as Chairman of Moorestown's Economic Development Advisory Committee.
“Chris is a highly respected figure in South Jersey, and he brings a unique talent that will integrate well with Flaster Greenberg,” said Alan H Zuckerman, Managing Shareholder at Flaster Greenberg. “Our Real Estate and Corporate Departments will benefit from Chris’s legal and leadership background.”
“Flaster Greenberg’s strong reputation in the area and bench strength across its practices provides an exciting opportunity to continue my land use and corporate practice with an emphasis on the manufacturing industry,” said Chiacchio. “I’m looking forward to bringing my years of legal and public sector experience to the firm and collaborating with such a strong group of attorneys moving forward. The collegial environment here is one that I am thrilled to join. I am excited to be part of a true full-service regional law firm.”
Chiacchio received his B.A. from Rutgers University and his J.D. from Delaware Law School. Upon graduating Law School, he served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Robert W. Page, of the Superior Court of New Jersey.