Lynn Powell

Management Moves

Creative Marketing Alliance Inc. (CMA), 191 Clarksville Road, Box 727, Princeton Junction 08550. 609-297-2235. Jeffrey E. Barnhart, president and CEO. www.cmasolutions.com

Creative Marketing Alliance, a communications, marketing, and association management firm, has hired Lynn Powell as its managing director of marketing. She will oversee client services and marketing operations.

Powell has more than 20 years of experience in the field. She was previously group account director for Wunderman (Y&R Brands, WPP Agency). She earned her bachelor of science degree in biochemistry from the State University of New York (SUNY) Stony Brook.

“Lynn is a solutions-oriented marketing professional with an impressive resume and a wealth of experience working successfully with internal teams and clients in many industries,” said Jeffrey Barnhart, president and CEO of CMA. “Her passion and ability to cultivate new business are major assets to CMA as it continues to progress and expand.”

“It’s an exciting time for CMA and I’m delighted to be a part of it,” Powell said. “I look forward to sharing my enthusiasm and passion for solutions-driven marketing with the CMA team and its clients, with a particular focus on excellence and results.”

Lawsuit

Jacobus Pharmaceutical Company Inc., Box 5290, Princeton 08543. 609-921-7447. David Jacobus, president.

Jacobus Pharmaceutical Inc., a Schalks Crossing Road-based biotech company, and its drug, Ruzurgi, are the subject of a lawsuit by Florida-based drugmaker Catalyst Pharmaceuticals against the FDA. Catalyst is suing the regulatory authority in an attempt to overturn its approval of Ruzurgi, which is a lower cost rival to Catalyst’s Firdapse.

Both drugs are for treating Lambert-Eaton myasthenic syndrome, a rare condition in which the body’s immune system attacks muscles. The FDA approved Ruzurgi for children, while Firdapse is approved for adults. Jacobus, a small, family-run company, is pricing its treatment at $175,200 a year, whereas Catalyst charges $375,000 a year, a price that drew public criticism from senator and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.

Crosstown Moves

NewAgeSys Inc., 666 Alexander Road, Suite 200, Princeton Junction 08550. 609-919-9800. Limy John, president and CEO. www.newagesys.com.

The IT services company has moved from Clarksville Road to Alexander Road.

edWeb.net, 50 Vreeland Drive, Suite 1, Skillman 08558. 908-407-2755. Lisa Schmucki, founder and CEO. www.edWeb.net.

The educational technology company has moved from Executive Drive to Vreeland Drive.

New in Town

Dodge Data & Analytics, 300 American Metro Boulevard, Suite 185, Hamilton 08619. 877-784-9556. Michael Petrullo, CEO. www.construction.com.

The New York-headquartered company, which specializes in data analytics for the construction industry, has opened an office on American Metro Boulevard.

Downsizing

Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), 1 Johnson & Johnson Plaza, New Brunswick 08903. 732-524-0400. Alex Gorsky, chairman & CEO. www.jnj.com.

Johnson & Johnson Consumer, Inc., plans to lay off 61 employees effective July 15 according to a WARN notice the company filed with the state Department of Labor.

Commercial Real Estate News

CBRE Inc., 700 Alexander Park, Suite 201, Princeton 08540. 609-951-4250. Gina A. Albert, real estate manager, asset services. www.cbre.com.

Boston Properties has sold One Tower Center in East Brunswick to Edison-based American Equity Partners for $38 million in a transaction brokered by CBRE.

The sale price of the tower was a $24 million impairment loss for Boston Properties, which has owned the building since 1998 and renovated it in 2000. It is currently 39 percent occupied. AEP told NJBIZ that it plans to carry out further renovations.

The 23-story tower is one of a complex of three office buildings.

Deaths

Linda Trimbath, 67, on March 9. She was a first lieutenant Army reservist and a public health representative in the New Jersey Department of Health.

Alfred W. Lanzoni, 86, on June 15. He worked for RCA Aerospace in East Windsor for 36 years and had his name inscribed on the National Aviation and Space Exploration Wall of Honor at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. Services will be held Friday, June 21, at 12:30 p.m. at Kingston & Kemp Funeral Home, 260 White Horse Avenue in Hamilton.

Charles Park, 74, on June 13. He was a land surveyor for Thomas Tyler Moore Associates and later for Hopewell Valley Engineering and Siteworks.

Charles B. Zulker, 92, on June 13. He was the founding manager of radio station WCHR in Trenton, which he managed for 45 years.

John J. Scannella, 59, on June 12. He was employed at NWL Transformers in Bordentown for 40 years as an electrical engineer.

Keith R. Koleno, 59, on June 7. He was an administrative supervisor in the computer division with the New Jersey State Judiciary Department for the past 10 years.

Thomas Allen Buzard, 86, on June 8. He was a surgeon in private practice who also served on the staff of Helene Fuld Hospital — now Capital Health — in Trenton. He served as vice president and president of the medical staff, vice chairman and chairman of the surgery department, chief of surgery, and the founding director of trauma surgery.

Visitation will be held at Mather-Hodge Funeral Home, 40 Vandeventer Avenue, Princeton, on Thursday, June 20, from 6 to 8 p.m. Services will be held at Nassau Presbyterian Church, 61 Nassau Street, Princeton, on Friday, June 21, at 11 a.m.

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