Former LANJ lobbyist Barry Lefkowitz and LANJ President Jeff Shanker are quoted in media reports advocating for regulatory parity.
LANJ executive director Barry Lefkowitz will be honored by the NAACP in November for his community service and devotion to democratic values.
Influential New York and New Jersey operators support Bill Thompson, the former comptroller of New York City.
After a cease and desist order and a pending appeal, jitneys services in Atlantic City continue to operate in a legal grey area.
Jitney regulations in Atlantic City, regulatory fees in Jersey City, and transportation for next year's Super Bowl top the association agenda.
A recent Limousine Associations of New Jersey meeting covered a wide swath of key limousine industry matters.
The leading East Coast industry group also stopped a measure requiring chauffeurs to identify prostitutes.
After making strides through the legislative process in 2011, the LANJ-backed measure has to go to the back of the line.
The New Jersey group is helping operators figure out if their insurance policies comply with a New York rule on personal injury protection.
With the help of law firm Windels Marx and partner Matt Daus, operators in the busiest region will pursue common interests.
A breakthrough on stopping unlawful enforcement of tinted window rules may be at hand.
The executive director of the Limousine Associations of New Jersey returns to Washington, D.C. as a lobbyist on behalf of regulators.
If a state law forbids Avis from selling chauffeured service, why were WeDriveU drivers holding up signs for clients?
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