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Permit Extension Act of 2020- An Important Response. Edward W. Purcell, Esq. Last Wednesday Governor Murphy signed into law the Permit Extension Act of 2020, P.L. 2020, c.53 (“Chapter 53”). The Legislature adopted this legislation in response to the present COVID-19 crisis. The law was previously conditionally vetoed by Governor Murphy. Chapter 53 benefits businesses […]

FCC Adopts 5G Upgrade Order To Clarify Collocation Requirements By: Gregory D. Meese, Esq. & Edward W. Purcell, Esq. On June 9th the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) took another step on its path to streamline local government review of wireless technology siting by adopting its 5G Upgrade Order which further refines and clarifies its previous […]

Governor Murphy and the Commissioner of the Department of Education (“DOE”), Dr. Lamont Repollet, announced today that all schools will be permitted to physically open for all or part of the day for the 2020 – 2021 school year provided that New Jersey’s health metrics regarding COVID-19 remain low. To read the entirety of the […]

The Firm is proud to announce that the New Jersey Legislative Action Committee has been named the Legislative Action Committee of the year by the National Board of Trustees of the Community Associations Institute. Partner Thomas C. Martin, Esq. is a long-standing member of the New Jersey Legislative Action Committee and is on the forefront […]

Click here for the flyer:PMSD Webinar flyer May 20 Approved For additional information please see the attached flyer or contact Jennifer Gutierrez jgutierrez@pricemeese.com to reserve a complimentary spot. The webinar will take place on June 16, at 10 am.

Karen Edler, Esq. will be speaking at the Volunteer Lawyers for Justice free webinar, Special Education Law and Advocacy During COVID-19, for parents of children with special needs on June 2, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. This webinar will address the basic legal rights of children under IDEA and New Jersey regulations in the midst of […]

Price Meese Shulman & D’Arminio, P.C. has found a unique way to give back to the local community during the COVID-19 Crisis. In recognition of the fact that local restaurants and shops are taking the economic hit particularly hard as a result of the stay-at-home orders, the Firm has provided each employee a credit of […]

The New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) guidance confirms that school districts may not legally require waivers of rights or consents to delivery of virtual services as a condition for the delivery of special education or related services during this COVID-19 public emergency. The guidance states that the districts’ actions in requiring these waivers or […]

Karen Edler was a panelist on NJ Spotlight’s Virtual Roundtable: School’s Out: Special Education During COVID-19 which also included the Assistant Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Education, the Director of the Office of Special Education and an educator from Pennsauken. You may watch this informative presentation here: https://vimeo.com/413142881.

On April 24, 2020, Governor Murphy enacted Executive Order 128, which upended New Jersey statutory law and decades of jurisprudence by enabling residential tenants to use, at their written request, security deposits as partial or full payment of rent during the coronavirus state of emergency. In issuing the Order, Governor Murphy pointed to the large […]

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