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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...
By Mark Kossow
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the "Act") was signed into law on December 22, 2017. Among other major impacts, the Act created new Section 4960 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the "Code").
By Stephen Packman, Douglas Leney
On March 5, 2018, the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey granted recognition under Chapter 15 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code to the appointed liquidators in a Hong Kong voluntary liquidation ...
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.
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