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By Archer & Greiner
Andrew T. Fede authored the article, "Sign and Billboard Law: Hijacking the First Amendment or Balancing Freedom of Expression and Government Control?"
By Robert Seiger
With Labor Day now behind us, likely many of us have enjoyed some summer fun with our families.
By Robert Seiger, Deborah Hays
Whether employers are hiring United States citizens or foreign nationals with visa needs, onboarding is governed in part by immigration Form I-9.
By Patrick Doran, Jonathan Rardin
It's now official! According to the Superior Court of Pennsylvania--Facebook can be the basis for violation of a non-solicitation agreement.
By Robert Egan, Daniel DeFiglio
New Jersey retail establishments who collect electronic data by scanning personal identification cards must comply with the "Personal Information and Privacy Information Act" that Governor Chris Christie signed...
By Archer & Greiner
Like all contracts, arbitration policies require mutual agreement and consideration between employer and employee.
By John C. Connell
The full Federal Circuit said the denial of Tam's application for trademark registration of "The Slants" was unconstitutional because it violated the First Amendment.
By Debra Rosen
Debra S. Rosen, a Partner in Archer's Environmental group, recently participated in the "Environmental Law for Attorneys & LSRPs" program which was presented by the Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education on February 22, 2017.
By Gianfranco Pietrafesa
Almost all of the default provisions in the New Jersey Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act may be altered, except as otherwise provided in Section 11 of the statute.
By David Schneider
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court's Valley Forge Towers decision provides much needed guidance on enforcing constitutional boundaries where taxing districts employ discriminatory and unfair appeal policy.
By Mark Kossow, Deborah Hays, Terence Fox, Brian McGovern
An employee stock ownership plan ("ESOP") is a qualified retirement plan that can serve as a tremendous business succession tool for business owners of privately held corporations.
By David Weinstein, Greg Vogel
The Buy American Act (BAA), as implemented by Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 25, imposes an evaluation preference for offerors proposing domestic products under a federal contract.
By Patrick Doran, Jonathan Rardin
A recent appellate decision by the Superior Court of Pennsylvania underscores the need for employers to carefully review the language of restrictive covenants and illustrates how a lack of...
By David Schneider
The State Tax Equalization Board (STEB) has released its Common Level Ratio (CLR) of assessed value to market value for each county in Pennsylvania for calendar year 2016...
By Jeffrey M. Gradone
Attracting commercial, residential and industrial development to areas most in need of redevelopment or rehabilitation is often difficult so municipalities are increasingly utilizing....
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