Clifford N. Kuhn, Jr., Esq.
David F. Csimbok
Dennis J. Nagy
Joseph J. Kovacs
Steven W. Siegel, C.F.E.
Clifford N. Kuhn, Jr., Esq.
Clifford N. Kuhn, Jr., Esq. is a highly sought-after New Jersey attorney with a long and respected career in jurisprudence. As sole owner of his own general practice law firm, which he has operated since 1998, Mr. Kuhn specializes in civil and criminal trial cases, as well as matrimonial, land use work and commercial litigation. Prior to forming his own practice, Mr. Kuhn was a partner in Kuhn & LeBrocq, a law firm engaged in general practice, including civil and criminal trial work. He was involved in the partnership from 1997 to 1998.
In 1996, Mr. Kuhn joined Kuhn & Kahn as a partner, where he remained through 1997. The firm engaged in general practice of law, including criminal trial and land use work. Prior to that partnership, Mr. Kuhn was employed at Rubin, Rubin, Malgran & Kuhn from 1989 to 1995. That general practice firm specialized in the general practice of law, including civil and criminal trial work, land use, matrimonial and real estate transactions, and bond practice.
Previously, Mr. Kuhn was a partner in the firm of Sherman, Kuhn, Justin & Wilson, from 1987 to 1989. The firm specialized in the general practice of law, including civil and criminal trial work. Before that, he was a partner in the firm of Justin, Gast & Kuhn from 1983 to 1987. That firm engaged in the general practice of law, including civil and criminal trial work.
From January 1978 to December 1983, Mr. Kuhn was an Associate, then member of the law firm of Blume, Weisman/Blume, Vasques, Goldfaden, Kuhn & Berkowitz, where Mr. Kuhn engaged in civil trial practice. From September 1977 to December 1978, Mr. Kuhn was employed by Seaman, Clark, Levine & Addy. The firm specialized primarily in personal injury cases.
Mr. Kuhn joined the Middlesex County Prosecutorís Office as Assistant Middlesex County Prosecutor in September 1974, where he remained until September 1977. He was responsible for investigating and trying criminal cases.
Mr. Kuhn received a Bachelor of Arts degree in History in 1970 from Rutgers University College, and received his Juris Doctor in 1974 from Seton Hall University School of Law. He was admitted to the Bar of the State of New Jersey on December 10, 1974.
David F. Csimbok
David F. Csimbok has an impressive career in law enforcement that spans more than 25 years, the bulk of which devoted to serving on the Carteret, NJ Police Department. At the Carteret Police Department, Mr. Csimbok has held a number of positions in succeeding authority, and has demonstrated exemplary leadership skills throughout his tenure.
Since 2003 Mr. Csimbok has been a Uniformed Patrol Lieutenant at Carteret, where he has been involved in virtually every area of law enforcement. In this position, Mr. Csimbok has: supervised the patrol sergeant and patrol officers as well as civilian dispatchers; investigated criminal complaints; supervised on-line in-service training, performed employee evaluations; handled special assignments from Captains; and served as 911 coordinator for the Borough of Carteret.
From 2001 to 2003, Mr. Csimbok served as Uniform Patrol Sergeant for the Carteret Police Department, where he supervised up to seven uniformed officers as well as dispatchers, scheduled manpower, delegated assignments, reviewed reports, maintained statistics and briefed the Department on crime trends, while receiving and forwarding civilian complaints.
As a member of the Investigative Division at Carteret, where he served from 1998 to 2001, Mr. Csimbok conducted myriad criminal investigations, while executing search warrants pertinent to ongoing investigations. He performed background investigations, maintained the Departmentís 911 system, implemented DVD recordings of Department transmissions, and transported evidence to appropriate offices.
From 1996 to 1998, Mr. Csimbok served as Narcotics Detective for the Carteret Police Department, as well as the Liaison to the Middlesex County Narcotics Task Force Intelligence Officer. His duties ranged from evidence control and scheduling and coordinating surveillance and special operations, to executing search warrants and coordinating and assisting narcotics-related operations involving the Task Force and other appropriate agencies.
Mr. Csimbok performed a variety of other duties for the Carteret Police Department. From 1995 to 1996 he served as General Assignment Detective / Major Crime Investigations Intelligence Officer, where he investigated significant crimes in the jurisdiction. From 1993 to 1995, Mr. Csimbok served as Undercover Narcotics Investigator, where he carried out electronic surveillance utilizing wiretaps, video and other means of electronic recording, and planned operations involving narcotics raids.
From 1992 to 1993, Mr. Csimbok was a Detective in the Narcotics Division of the Carteret Police Department, in addition to the Liaison to the Middlesex County Narcotics Task Force. Previously, from 1991 to 1992, he was a member of Tactical Narcotics Team / Anti-Crime Unit in the Middlesex County Prosecutorís Office. From 1987 to 1991, he served as General Assignment Detective, Warrant Officer and Systems Manager for the Carteret Police Department, where he investigated everything from homicide, sexual assault and robbery, to burglary and auto theft. Mr. Csimbok began his career with the Carteret Police Department in 1985, where he served as a Uniformed Patrol Officer, engaged in crime prevention, investigation and resolution.
Mr. Csimbok possesses outstand leadership abilities and has a range of special training encompassing virtually every area of law enforcement. He has also been honored by several organizations and municipalities, and is affiliated with numerous professional organizations pertaining to law enforcement and public safety and security.
Dennis J. Nagy
Dennis J. Nagy is a law enforcement and security professional who brings a wealth of hands-on experience in the health, safety, emergency management and response, technology and security industries. He has distinguished himself as a preeminent expert in regional law enforcement, and possesses an exemplary background in corporate, public- and private-sector security and policy development. He is also a highly sought-after motivational speaker, educator, lecturer and author, as well as an entrepreneur.
With an impressive career spanning nearly four decades, Mr. Nagy is unique among safety, security and public health professionals. His background ranges from serving as Chief of Police of a large New Jersey municipality, to an Investigator with the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness. In a nutshell, Mr. Nagy has spent his entire adult life in the service of the community.
Displaying demonstrated management capabilities that span the realms of corporate and private security, Mr. Nagy is a superior leader, communicator, trainer and motivational speaker. He is skilled and experienced in team building, planning and project management, as well as technology integration. Mr. Nagy also brings innovative thinking and adroit problem solving to every professional endeavor.
Mr. Nagyís professional experience is impressive. Since 2005 he has served as Public Health Investigator for the Middlesex County Public Health Department, where he conducts investigations into everything from communicable diseases to safeguarding the public and advising on the integration of high technology for the benefit of the general public.
Concurrent with his present position, Mr. Nagy is Chief Executive Officer of Safety-Net Interactive, Inc., where he has developed a real-time Internet predator detection system. He is also employed as a State Investigator with the New Jersey office of Homeland Security and Preparedness, where he assumes a hands-on role in developing information leading to the protection of the general public. In addition, Mr. Nagy currently serves as a Volunteer Coordinator of the Community Emergency Response Team (C.E.R.T.) for Edison Township, NJ. Mr. Nagy is also the current president and owner of Frontier Security Consulting Group, LLC, based in Edison NJ, where he conducts security audits (review security/emergency management plans, develop/conduct training programs).
From November 2003 to October 2004, Mr. Nagy served as Project Manager at Gateway Security, coordinating all aspects of loss prevention at the world headquarters of Lucent Technologies. Previously, from October 2001 to November 2003, Mr. Nagy was an Instructor in the Law Enforcement, Military, and Private Security Program at the Edison Job Corps Training Academy in Edison, NJ.
From March 1999 to June 2000, Mr. Nagy was National Security Director for ETS Payphones based in Brooklyn, NY, where he supervised all security-related issues for the $100 million telecommunications company.
Mr. Nagy served with the Carteret Police Department in Carteret, NJ from 1975 to 1998. He was Deputy Chief of Police from 1986 to 1998, and subsequently assumed the position of Chief of Police from 1998 to 1999, overseeing a staff of over 100 officers and administrators. Previously he was volunteer Emergency Management Coordinator for the same department for 18 years beginning in 1980.
Mr. Nagy holds numerous certifications in the areas of public health and law enforcement. He is also a published author, an entrepreneur, and is affiliated with some of the most prestigious national and regional organizations dealing with law enforcement, public safety and security. Mr. Nagy has been honored for police valor and is a six-time recipient of the Police Merit Award. He is sought-after for his expertise in emergency management and knowledge of state of the art technology in intelligence and surveillance.
Joseph J. Kovacs
Joseph J. Kovacs is a highly respected educator with nearly thirty years of experience as a teacher and administrator. Presently an Adjunct Professor of Education at Middlesex County College, a position he has held since 2007, Mr. Kovacs has held a variety of positions in the classroom and in educational administration.
His experience as an educator began in 1968, when he taught Social Studies, United States History, Civics, World History and English in the John Adams Junior High School. In 1984 he moved on to Edison High School, where he taught Social Studies, American History, You and the Law, Advanced Placement Government and European History, and World History Honors. He remained active in teaching through 1993.
As an administrator, Mr. Kovacs has an equally impressive background. He served as Social Studies Department Chairperson at John Adams Junior High School from 1973 to 1984. He was Co-curricular Coordinator/Student Council Advisor at Edison High School from 1987 to 1993, and was Head Teacher at the Edison Township Summer School from 1989 to 1993.
Mr. Kovacs was Principal of the Benjamin Franklin School in Edison, NJ from 1993 to 1999, and Principal of the Herbert Hoover Middle School in Edison from 1999 to 2004. He was named Principal of Edison High School in 2004, and served in that position through 2007.
With a Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education Social Studies from Jersey City State College, Mr. Kovacs attained a Masterís Degree in Social Studies with an emphasis in American and World History from Jersey City State College in 1973. He went on to receive an MA in Administration and Super vision from Kean College in 1975. He also attained an English Certificate from Kean College in 1976.
Mr. Kovacs has been integrally involved with curriculum development, focusing on American History, Civics, World History, European AP, You and the Law, U.S. I and II, Mid-term and Final Selection Committee. He is affiliated with a number of educational and civic associations, including: the National Association of Secondary School Principals; the New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association (Council Member); the Middlesex County Principalsí and Supervisorsí Association (Past President); the Edison Principalsí and Supervisorsí Association (past President); the New Jersey Council for the Social Studies (past President); the New Jersey Center for Law Related Education (Board of Directors/Treasurer, Staff Development Specialist); and the Constitutional Rights Foundation (Staff Development Trainer).
Mr. Kovacsí other related experiences includes as a Reader: Principalsí Licensure; ETS Review Committee; New Jersey Social Studies Core; and Curriculum Standards.
Steven W. Siegel, C.F.E.
Steven W. Siegel is a highly motivated, result oriented, professional, specializing in the investigation of white collar and computer crimes. During 25 years of law enforcement experience, he has strategically planned and conducted hundreds of investigations resulting in arrests of individuals and organized groups and the identification and seizure of millions of dollars of assets. These cases were efficiently, effectively and successfully prosecuted utilizing creative problem solving skills, good judgment and sound decision making abilities.
As a member of the Union County Prosecutorís Office from 1986 to 2010, Mr. Siegel has a number of selected accomplishments. He served as a Detective in the Special Prosecutions, Organized Crime, Bias Crime and Grand Jury Units. He advanced through the ranks ultimately retiring as a Detective Captain. As a supervisor, he commanded the Special Prosecutions Unit, Computer Crimes/High Tech Task Force, Internal Affairs Unit and Shooting Response team. He also supervised a squad of detectives in the Narcotics Strike Force and served for four years on the Union County Emergency Response Team (UCERT). Other supervisory duties included interviewing Detective Candidates, annual evaluations, annual report preparations, creating policy & procedures and budgeting.
While supervising the Computer Crimes/High Tech Task Force, Siegel directed and conducted investigations of child predators, bullying, computer crime, online undercover investigations, hacking, internet fraud, child pornography and harassment. He supervised both county and municipal detectives from among the countyís 21 municipalities. Siegel conducted community presentations on internet safety, identity theft and fraud schemes. Siegel applied for and administered a grant from Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC). He also supervised, staffed and arranged for funding and equipment purchases for the Computer Forensic Crime Laboratory where all seized computers and cell phones were examined for evidence of crimes. Siegel coordinated investigations where necessary with federal, state, county and local law enforcement.
Mr. Siegel was a certified police recruit instructor through the NJ Police Training Commission for Bias Crime and Cultural Awareness. He also conducted in-service training to police officers and detectives in the areas of Bias Crime, Cultural Awareness, Financial Investigations, Ethics and Defensive Driving. Siegel was a Certified Instructed for the National White Collar Crime Center conducting training nationwide in Financial Crimes. Mr. Siegel is a graduate of the prestigious FBI National Academy which involved an 11 week course of instruction in management, investigations, law, ethics, public relations and a demanding course of physical fitness.
While serving in Union County, Siegel was awarded the Distinguished Service/Investigator of the Year Award twice and was nominated for it on five other occasions. He was the recipient of numerous other awards and commendations from UCPO, other law enforcement agencies and private companies.
Mr. Siegel joined the Hudson County Prosecutorís Office as a County Investigator in 1985 and remained there until 1986 where he investigated white collar crime, insurance fraud, arson, corruption, official misconduct, forgeries, election law violations, identity theft and environmental crimes which resulted in numerous arrests and convictions.
Mr. Siegel is recognized as a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) from the National Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. He has attended over 90 courses of instruction in criminal investigation, interviewing & interrogation and management sciences.
Mr. Siegel received a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice in 1980 from Rowan University, and received his A.S. in Management Studies in 1991 from Thomas Edison State College.
He has performed volunteer work with the Edison Emergency Response Team and the Middlesex County Medical reserves Corp.