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By Lisa Stewart Albright
We are sending this alert to direct your attention to the fact that a little known regulatory deadline is rapidly approaching for all New Jersey licensed health care facilities.
By Archer & Greiner
Beginning January 1, 2018, any person that makes annual payments of compensation or business income to a nonresident individual or a disregarded entity owned by a nonresident ...
By Greg Vogel, Deborah Hays
As Governor Christie's final term came to a close on January 16th, he signed into law several bills proposed by the state Assembly relating to day-to-day corporate governance.
By Marc Rollo
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and the Attorney General's office did not initiate any lawsuits for natural resource damages (NRD) during Chris Christie's two terms as governor.
By Robert Seiger, Jeffrey M. Kolansky
The Trump Administration has prioritized worksite enforcement for 2018 and beyond as part of the "Make America Great Again" agenda to include punishing employers who employ unauthorized workers.
By Tiffany W Donio, Deborah Hays
The Federal Trade Commission has recently announced revisions to the Hart-Scott-Rodino (HSR) Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976 (the "HSR Act")...
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 an opportunity to solidify a client's position.
By William 'Bill' Caruso
The U.S. Department of Justice decision to rescind Obama-era guidance on marijuana enforcement elicited furious statements from lawmakers on both sides of the aisle.
By David Weinstein
NJBIZ panel examines how state can navigate policy chasm between Trump administration and incoming governor
By Lori Grifa
I represent developers of hospitality properties, specifically hotels and restaurants. Last year, on at least five separate occasions
By William 'Bill' Caruso
New Jersey's economic recovery from the Great Recession has been among the slowest in the nation.
By Kate Sherlock
As of January 1, 2018, to qualify for protection under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act's (DMCA) safe harbor provision, an online service provider (OSP) must register its designated agent...
By Gordon F. Moore
The new tax bill was signed into law by the President on December 22. Unless noted otherwise, the changes apply to tax years beginning after December 31, 2017.
By Jonathan Rardin
As states consider the future of non-compete agreements, some members of the Pennsylvania legislature have introduced a Bill that is decidedly against the interest of employers.
By Robert Egan, Thomas Muccifori, Jonathan Rardin
Courts continue to grapple with the use of social media as a networking platform in the context of compliance with non-compete and non-solicitation agreements.
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