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Karen Edler and Michelle Krone will be presenting a seminar, “Navigating the IEP and Section 504 Plan Maze”, on March 27th, 2019. from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm, at our Woodcliff Lake office.  To register please email specialed@pricemeese.com or call our office at 201 391 3737.  Special Ed Ad 2019

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John Edwards, partner, and Michael Orozco, Of Counsel, successfully vacated the conviction of Andrew Fede before the New Jersey Supreme Court.  To see a copy of the decision click here. https://www.njcourts.gov/attorneys/assets/opinions/supreme/a_53_17.pdf?c=Tsy

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December 21, 2018 – William Bierman, the head of the firm’s Transportation Law Group, has been nominated to serve on the Steering Committee of the Alliance for Safe, Efficient & Competitive Truck Transportation (ASECTT). ASECTT is a group of shippers, carriers, brokers that was formed to alert the shipping community of the impact of the Federal Motor […]

THE BANKRUPTCY CODE The United States Bankruptcy Code is a federal body of law that governs the rights of debtors and creditors when an entity files a bankruptcy petition in this country. The Code is complicated and lengthy, but there are a few significant issues of which every corporate creditor should be aware. The purpose […]

By Rick Shulman, Member of the Firm             Assume that through hard work, good fortune or both, a company employee is invited to become a minority (less than 50% ownership) shareholder in her company.  She will probably feel elated and secure, believing that her ownership interest will be sufficient to ensure that, assuming an absence […]

A recent unpublished decision out of the Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division suggests some new dangers to employers, large and small, which failed to avail themselves of what is known as the Faragher defense to sexual harassment and hostile work environment claims.  Even those that offer annual training to staff and management may […]

We all know the famous song by the infamous rapper. Zealously advocating for high-earning men to enter into prenuptial agreements, the song cautions that “it’s something that you need to have” or she’ll “leave with half.” Sexism aside, the clever beat and rhyming lyrics ring true to an extent. Prenuptial agreements, commonly referred to as […]

Introduction This article will discuss venue provisions in bankruptcy, as well as possible changes to venue rules.  Specifically, this article will address the ability of a corporate debtor to file bankruptcy in a venue where it is incorporated or where its affiliate is located, even if the company has no physical presence in that venue; […]

          New Jersey’s Law Against Discrimination[1], commonly known as the “LAD,” prohibits discrimination against New Jersey inhabitants because of race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, familial status, disability, military status or nationality in connection with matters of employment, public accommodation, public […]

We have all heard so much about “Blockchain” over the past months perhaps it is time to define our terms. Basically, “Blockchain” is a term used to describe a process whereby information is recorded in a computer-based spreadsheet. These spreadsheets are often referred to as a “Digital Ledger.” The record is known as a “Block.” […]

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