Business Briefs

Five sales associates with the Metuchen/Edison Office of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in New Jersey and Rockland County, New York, were honored recently with awards for outstanding sales achievement for 2004 at the company’s annual awards luncheon, held at the Hilton New York.

Angie Adams was presented the Coldwell Banker International President’s Elite sales award, placing her among the top four percent of Coldwell Banker sales professionals worldwide.

Barbara Penny and Barry Lasner were named as winners of the Coldwell Banker International President’s Circle sales award, where they join the brand’s top nine percent of sales professionals.

Diane Berry and Carol Charles were named as winners of the Coldwell Banker President’s Club sales award.

The Enrichment Center, a full service tutoring and enrichment center based in Westfield, is setting up reading, writing, study skills and SAT classes at the ShopRites in Clark and Woodbridge. The pilot program allows parents to drop their children off in the modern training rooms away from the bustle of the stores and then do their grocery shopping. At the end of an hour, their children have been educated and the weekly shopping is done. The program runs through the summer. Call 877-66 TEACH to find out more information. Parents may also find out more on the Web site at

QualCare Inc., Piscataway, has announced Dorothy Quail, M.D., has joined its staff as medical director to serve alongside medical director Bruce Fisher, M.D. Quail will be involved with the company’s utilization and workers’ compensation medical management, and be responsible for development and expansion of its disease management program. She received her doctor of medicine degree at Rutgers Medical School, New Brunswick, and master’s of public health degree at UMDNJ School of Public Health, Newark.

The law firm of Lynch Martin, North Brunswick and Shrewsbury, has announced partner James D. Martin has been named a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. The college strives to improve standards of trial practice, administration of justice, and ethics of trial professionals. Fellows are selected from lawyers that represent plaintiffs in civil cases, and defendants. There are approximately 5,500 members in the United States and Canada. Martin has been practicing law in New Jersey 30 years, and received his degree at Rutgers University School of Law, New Brunswick.