New in Town
Gage, Fiore & DiSarno, 2997 Princeton Pike, Suite 300, Lawrenceville 08648; 609-896-4243; fax, 609-896-1925. Daniel Gage, managing partner. www.gagefirm.com
Gage, Fiore & DiSarno, an insurance and defense litigation firm with offices around New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Maryland, has opened an office on Princeton Pike.
The offices is helmed by managing partner Daniel Gage, who specializes in defending complex personal injury liability lawsuits, corporate law, and taxation. He received his bachelor’s from the University of Pittsburgh and his MBA and J.D. from Temple. He also studied international law at Oxford and at the University of Aberystwyth in the United Kingdom.
Indo U.S., 214 Carnegie Center, Suite 104, Princeton 08540; 609-651-8238; fax, 734-327-9873. John Gaspervich, president. www.indo-mim.com
Indo-MIM, an India-based supplier of precision-engineered metal injection molding products, has opened a U.S. sales office in the Carnegie Center. The firm supplies materials for the automotive, medical, and consumer industries.
Marvel Infotech, 1592 Route 130, North Brunswick 08902; 732-906-0777; fax, 732-875-0333. M. Vasudevan, VP of corporate research. www.marvelinfotech.com
Marvel Infotech, an IT staffing and consulting company based in Piscataway, has opened an office in New Brunswick. The company also has an office in India.
Niteo Partners: An NEC Company, 4 Independence Way, Suite 410, Princeton 08540; 609-538-7400; fax, 609-538-7499. Frank Bianchi, VP.
Niteo, which does computer consulting and systems integration, has opened an office at 4 Independence Way. The firm specializes in business intelligence, reporting, analytics, and enterprise planning solutions in the financial, healthcare, insurance, and communications industries.
The firm is run by Frank Bianchi, who earned a master’s degree from New York University in 1984 and a bachelor’s from Montclair State in 1979.
Universal Display Corporation Inc. (PANL), 375 Phillips Boulevard, Ewing 08618; 609-671-0980; fax, 609-671-0995. Steven Abramson, president. www.universaldisplay.com
Universal Display, the maker of flat panel, full color OLED displays and OLEDs for white lighting, has received a $2 million Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) from the federal Department of Energy to develop an energy-efficient and color-tunable phosphorescent OLED lighting system.
Agile Therapeutics Inc., 366 Wall Street, Princeton 08540; 609-683-1880. Al Altomari, president. www.agiletherapeutics.com
Agile Therapeutics, which makes transdermal drugs, including a contraceptive patch, has named Al Altomari as its new president and CEO. Altomari replaces Thomas Rossi, who will stay with the company as a scientific advisor.
According to the company, Altomari was promoted to guide Agile through the coming commercialization phase for its lead contraceptive patch product. He has been with Agile since April, 2009, serving as its executive chairman.
Altomari is a veteran pharma executive. He has been in the industry for 25 years, 18 of which have been focused on the development and marketing of specialty pharmaceutical products. Most recently, he was the CEO of Barrier Therapeutics, where he oversaw that company’s $148 million sale to GSK/Stiefel.
Prior to that he spent two decades in executive roles at Johnson & Johnson, where he was general manager of Ortho Neutrogena and head of Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical’s Women’s Health Care Franchise. At Ortho, he oversaw the marketing preparation for the Ortho Evra contraceptive patch.
Brightgreen Home Loans, 196 Princeton-Hightstown Road, Building 2, Suite 1, West Windsor 08550-; 800-313-9899; fax, 704-731-7789. www.bghloans.com
The Mortgage Store has changed its name to Brightgreen Home Loans.
A. James Fessler, 83, on November 6. He practiced medicine in Trenton for more than 50 years.
Henry Kurz, 76, on November 5. He worked for several area medical publishing companies and served on the NJ Commerce Commission, attracting many drug and biotech companies to New Jersey.
Joseph McBride, 58, on November 5. He was a clinical social worker and bereavement counselor and lecturer.
Wilson Barto, 83, on November 1. A career journalist, he served at the New Brunswick Home News, the Trenton Times, and the Trentonian.