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Gary Lesneski, Firm President, Joins NJ Chamber of Commerce Board

Archer President Gary J. Lesneski has been elected by members of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce to serve on the Board of Directors of the statewide business advocacy organization.

Mr. Lesneski, head of one of the state’s largest law firms, was elected to a three-year Board term, which encompasses the Chamber’s 100th anniversary next year. The Board of Directors guides the Chamber in its mission to promote a vibrant business environment and economic prosperity through vision, expertise and innovative solutions to the myriad challenges facing commercial enterprises. Based near the State House in Trenton, the Chamber represents its diverse membership on a wide range of business issues at the state and federal levels, and offers programs designed to enhance productivity and reduce costs for its members.

“I look forward to working with fellow business leaders around the state to promote prosperity in the current economic climate, which, despite its challenges, offers exciting opportunities,” Mr. Lesneski said.

Created in 1911 by Thomas Edison and other business leaders, the Chamber represents the varying interests of its broad-based membership, which ranges from single-person, home-based businesses to Fortune 500 companies with thousands of employees.

In addition to serving as Archer’s President, Mr. Lesneski is Chair of the firm’s Labor & Employment Department and its Health Care Group. A resident of Tabernacle, Burlington County, he has more than 30 years’ experience in counseling and litigation with emphasis on labor, employment and health care-related matters.

Archer, P.C., is a full-service law firm with more than 175 lawyers serving Fortune 100 clients, small to medium-sized businesses and individuals for more than 80 years. The firm has offices in Haddonfield, Princeton and Flemington, N.J.; Philadelphia, Pa.; New York, N.Y.; and Wilmington and Georgetown, Del. For more information, visit

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