Millennials Need Prenups Too!!

In an era dominated by “likes,” “swipes,” and “emojis,” it is difficult to see Millennials as a generation of pragmatists. Every Instagram post and Snapchat story appears to tell the world that they are singularly focused on their public image and avocado toast. However, we Millennials are not the myopic gaggle that the older generations […]

Education law group update

The members of the Education Law Group will be participating in ASPEN’s Annual Fall Conference “Addressing Issues Throughout the Lifespan” on Sunday, October 27, 2019. Karen Edler and Michelle Krone will be presenting an afternoon workshop entitled “IEPs and 504 Plans: What are the Differences” and Jackie Esposito will be available to answer questions at […]

William Bierman, head of the firm’s Transportation Law Group will be speaking at the American Trucking Association’s Trucking Forum on July 17th, in San Diego, California, on Drafting Transportation Contracts and the importance of Regulatory and Legislative issues. He will also be participating in a Strafford Webinar on August 14th, the topic of which is […]

  By Rick Shulman, Member of the Firm   In the aftermath of the #MeToo movement, and the furor surrounding recent newsworthy cases relating to sexual harassment, a number of states across the country have enacted or considered legislation which would permit the victims of discrimination or sexual harassment to disclose their experiences without the […]

Firm News

Women of Price, Meese, Shulman & D’Arminio, PC, put in a full day of work for Paterson Habitat for Humanity.  Help us reach our goal of raising $25,000 by clicking here.

On April 29, 2019 Governor Phil Murphy signed into law a legislative package consisting of nine new statutes aimed at addressing issues in connection with mortgages and mortgage foreclosure. A principal purpose of the new laws is to help people with homes in foreclosure by codifying and funding a foreclosure mediation program and to provide […]

Firm News

Thomas C. Martin, Esq. of the firm’s Community Association Law Practice Group and member of the Legislative Action Committee of the Community Associations Institute is very pleased to announce that two landmark foreclosure reform bills favorable to common interest communities in New Jersey (A5002/S3414 and A5005/S3413) have been signed into law today by the Governor […]

Firm News

Rick Steinberg will be giving a presentation entitled “Bankruptcy Basics for Transportation Corporate Counsel” at the annual conference of the Transportation Lawyers Association in Austin, TX on May 2.  Rick is the Chairman of the TLA Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Committee.  

Firm News

The firm is pleased to announce that partner, Thomas C. Martin, Esq. has been tapped to speak on current trends in community association law and to provide a legislative update on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at 9:30 AM at The Ponds, 100 Waterside Boulevard, Monroe Township, NJ 08831.  Mr. Martin heads our Community Association law […]

March of Dimes fundraiser

As part of the celebration of our law firm’s 25th anniversary, our team stands with March of Dimes to fight for the health of all moms and babies. Families in our community and across the country are touched by the fundraising we do, and we won’t stop until we reach our goal of building a […]

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