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By Anthony Fassano
On Tuesday, the en banc Third Circuit Court of Appeals held, in Rotkiske v. Klemm, that the statute of limitations for claims brought under the federal FDCPA begins to run when the alleged violation occurs...
By Anthony Fassano, Deborah Hays, William 'Bill' Caruso
On May 14, 2018, the United States Supreme Court issued a highly anticipated decision that struck down the federal ban on state authorization of sports betting.
By Anthony Fassano
On Tuesday, the en banc Third Circuit Court of Appeals held, in Rotkiske v. Klemm, that the statute of limitations for claims brought under the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act begins...
By Jonathan Rardin, Daniel DeFiglio
The English playwright Douglas Adams was once quoted as having said, "I'm spending a year dead for tax reasons."
By Gianfranco Pietrafesa
This article examines the issue of whether a trust or a trustee is the member of a limited liability company (LLC), how a membership interest should be titled, and the consequences...
By Thomas Muccifori, Anthony Fassano
Today, a bill in New Jersey that would restrict the enforcement of non-compete agreements took a step closer to passage.
By Douglas Diaz
New Jersey has now joined several other states in passing a paid sick leave law. The law preempts paid sick leave ordinances adopted by several cities and towns ...
By Richard P. Gilly, Gregory Winsky
Almost seven years ago, Congress passed the American Invents Act ("AIA") that markedly changed the landscape of both substantive and procedural patent law in the United States.
By Archer & Greiner
On April 24, 2018, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed into law the Diane B. Allen Equal Pay Act, a sweeping revision to New Jersey's already broad Law Against Discrimination.
By Archer & Greiner
A recent high-profile court ruling may not have ended the battle over affordable housing in New Jersey, but insiders say it has become an important guidepost in a process that is still filled with uncertainty.
By David Schneider
If you have been targeted for a spot appeal in recent years, you are not alone.
By Stephen Packman, Douglas Leney
The case is believed to be the first case considering contested recognition of a Hong Kong voluntary liquidation.
In a political climate where gridlock has prevented the passage of any major employment laws by the United States Congress, the recent federal budget deal gave us a rare exception.
By Kate Sherlock
Under the new law, a contract provision requiring such an assignment would be deemed to be void and unenforceable.
By Marie E. Lihotz
Trial attorneys prepare for issues they expect will arise. But too often, in the course of a trial, a plenary hearing or even a motion, the excitement of ‘winning' a point may overshadow...
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