Daniel B. Tune Installed as President of the Hunterdon County Bar Association James W. Lance Awarded the 2017 Hunterdon County Bar Association Professionalism Award

Daniel B. Tune is the new president of the Hunterdon County Bar Association. At the annual
installation dinner on September 12th, he was sworn to the post by the Honorable Anthony F.
Picheca, a judge of the Superior Court in the Criminal Division in the Somerset/Hunterdon/Warren

Mr. Tune received his Juris Doctor from Syracuse University College of Law. He began his legal
career in a clerkship with The Honorable Roger N. Nanovic, II, Presiding Judge for the Court of
Common Pleas of Carbon County. Upon completion of his clerkship, Mr. Tune entered private
practice. He is currently the Managing Partner at Martin & Tune. His practice is focused on Family
Law (matrimonial, custody, and domestic violence matters) and Business Law (business formation,
contracts and corporate documents, litigation, and drafting of corporate resolutions) law.
Mr. Tune is admitted to the both the New Jersey State Bar and the New York State Bar. He was
instrumental in the establishment of the SAFE’S HAVEN program. This program, which is
administered by SAFE in Hunterdon in cooperation with the Hunterdon County Domestic Violence
Committee, is a network of volunteer attorneys who ensure that victims of domestic violence have
access to pro bono legal representation. Mr. Tune is also a frequent Continuing Legal Education
instructor, teaching classes on domestic violence, custody, the use of psychological experts, and
other family law related topics.

During the Installation Dinner, James W. Lance was honored by his colleagues for his conduct,
character and commitment to the profession and his clients as he was awarded the 2017
Professionalism Award.
Other officers and trustees installed during the Installation Dinner included:
President Elect Kasia Zielinski
Vice President Peter A. Marra
Treasurer Anthony E. Koester
Secretary Scott M. Wilhelm
Trustees: Immediate Past President: Diana N. Fredericks
Mary Ann Bauer, Michelle Cresti, Patrick Heller,
John H. Rittley, and Therese Thompson