March 16, 2012
Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A.
721 Route 202-206, Suite 200
P.O. Box 5933
Bridgewater, NJ 08807-5933
Contact: Edward C. Miller, Jr.
Chief Marketing Officer
(908) 722-0700 x4224
Daniel R. Guadalupe Recognized by the Selective Corporate Internship Program
Bridgewater, NJ (March 16, 2012) – The Selective Corporate Internship Program (SCIP), a private foundation program that provides corporate internships for at-risk youth in New York City, recognized Daniel R. Guadalupe, a Member of the Bridgewater-based law firm of Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A., as a “star” with the Partnership Award at its 15th anniversary celebration, “An Evening with the Stars,” on February 16, at the Grand Hyatt Hotel. Guadalupe was honored for his “unwavering commitment and support in the shared vision of SCIP in helping to enlighten, employ, and empower many future leaders and entrepreneurs.”
This year's Gala Chair was Mark Szollar of The New York Times, and the keynote speaker was the Honorable Judge Esther Salas, U.S.D.C., New Jersey. The gala was hosted by WPIX Channel 11’s Monica Morales and Pierre Salamon of Victorinox Swiss Army. Paul Volcker, former Chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve, was a special guest. Other honorees included Sterling Roberson, Vice President, the United Federation of Teachers [UFT] (Advocate Award); Jeff Klare and Noritza Perito, CEO/President, Hire Disability Solutions (HDS) (Humanitarian Award); and Dr. Bill Crouch, Jr., President, Georgetown College (Leadership Award). A highlight of “An Evening with the Stars” was the recognition of the Class of 2011 students. The SCIP program provides bright, promising New York and New Jersey high school students with corporate mentoring, leadership development, and internship opportunities to gain valuable business skills.
The SCIP internship is a six-week program designed to provide a corporate experience for rising high school juniors and seniors. The students meet with corporate executives from leading companies, attend corporate site visits, sharpen their technical and writing skills, and learn about business etiquette. SCIP offers an extremely rare inside look into corporate America. Students walk away with lifelong friends, lessons, and the tools necessary to fulfill their potential.
A resident of Plainsboro, Guadalupe represents clients in commercial litigation with a specialty in business disputes, construction, professional liability, arbitrations, will and trust litigation, and international disputes. Guadalupe has been counsel to Lloyd’s of London in professional liability matters, Swiss conglomerate ABB, French power company Alstom, National Starch and Chemical Company, and the Housing Authority of the City of Newark; and is the main outside counsel for Swiss medical equipment manufacturer Schiller A.G. and Schiller America. He was a member of the legal team that represented Finnish medical equipment manufacturer Datex-Ohmeda in North America and Latin America. He is outside counsel for one of the largest Hispanic-owned businesses in the U.S., Tropical Cheese, and for Robinson Aerial Surveys and Tylin Medina (engineering firms). He defended car maker John Z. DeLorean and represented an NBC Sports executive. Guadalupe has handled and supervised litigation and transactional matters in Switzerland, Spain, Mexico, El Salvador, Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay, Costa Rica, and Puerto Rico.
Early in his career, Guadalupe wrote the winning trial and appellate briefs for former Governor Tom Kean in an election dispute and received a letter commendation from the Governor after his position was upheld by the New Jersey Supreme Court.
Guadalupe is on the exclusive roster of construction arbitrators of the American Arbitration Association. He is also an arbitrator for the International Court of Arbitration, International Chamber of Commerce, Paris, France. He is an attorney member to the Supreme Court of New Jersey Disciplinary Oversight Committee and chairs the Judicial Appointments Committee of the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey. He has served in leadership positions for GlassRoots, Inc., Puerto Ricans in Management Executive Roles (PRIMER), Hispanic Bar Foundation of New Jersey, Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, and Hispanic National Bar Convention. He served as General Counsel for the Hispanic National Bar Association and was on the Board of Editors for New Jersey Lawyer and the Lawyers Advisory Committee to the Federal Courts. He was a member of the Merit Selection Panel for Selection of U.S. Magistrates, the Local Federal Rules Revision Committee, and the District XIII Ethics Committee for the Office of Attorney Ethics.
Guadalupe earned his J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania and his B.A. from Columbia College (President Barack Obama’s graduating class).