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As part of his Community Association Law practice, Partner, Thomas C. Martin, has been appointed to the Building Structural Integrity Committee of the New Jersey Community Associations Institute. The Building Structural Integrity Committee was formed to consider and propose legislation, inspections and regulations governing reserve funds and repairs to common element structural items in community […]

The Fair Chance in Housing Law-What Landlords and Realtors Should Know. Edward W. Purcell, Esq. On June 18, 2021 Governor Murphy signed P.L. 2021, c. 110 (“Chapter 110”), also known as the “Fair Chance in Housing Law.” Chapter 110 gives rights to certain persons with criminal backgrounds with respect to their housing opportunities. Put simply, […]

Partner Thomas C. Martin is proud to announce his most recent article for the Community Associations Institute’s magazine Community Trends. Entitled, Wish You Were Here: Pending Legislation Regarding Participation In Meetings Via Remote Means,” his article explores the current state of the law on remote video meetings and legislative efforts to make remote video meetings […]

Mr. Steinberg and the firm are pleased to announce that he will be speaking in an upcoming Strafford live video webinar, “Bankruptcy and Secured Creditor Priority: Identifying, Resolving, or Avoiding Hidden and Springing Liens” scheduled for Wednesday, October 6, 1:00pm-2:30pm EDT. The panel will offer bankruptcy counsel best strategies for establishing a rigorous methodology for […]

Mr. Purcell recently co-authored a point/counter-point piece in the New Jersey Law Journal debating the merits of returning to in person land use board hearings or continuing to hold virtual hearings after the Covid-19 emergency ends. Below is a copy of the article. Additionally, Mr. Purcell will be participating in a seminar on this topic […]

Page printed from: https://www.law.com/njlawjournal/2021/06/16/the-great-unwinding-land-use-and-the-end-of-the-covid-19-health-emergency/ The Great Unwinding: Land Use and the End of the COVID-19 Health Emergency The first step toward getting back to “normal” is unwinding the layers of executive orders, rules, and statutes adopted during the last 15 months in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. By Edward W. Purcell | June 16, 2021 […]

Rick Steinberg will be giving a presentation about Chapter 15 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, Cross-Border Insolvency, for Continuing Legal Education credit, on June 24 at the 2021 annual conference of the Transportation Lawyers Association in Lake Tahoe, CA. Rick is the Chairman of the Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Committee of the Transportation Lawyers Association.

Rick Steinberg will be attending the Conference of Freight Counsel in Annapolis, MD on June 5-7 and giving several presentations regarding various transportation law cases and issues. Rick practices in the areas of transportation law, commercial litigation and bankruptcy.

Garmany of Red Bank, Inc. v. Harleysville Ins. Co., U.S. District Court for New Jersey, Chief Judge Wolfson. Defendants moved to dismiss plaintiff’s insurance claim based on COVID-19 losses. Plaintiff clothing store had a general liability policy with defendant insurer that included business interruption and civil authority coverage and a virus exclusion. Plaintiff made a […]

Governor Murphy’s Expansion of Eligibility for COVID-19 Vaccination Includes Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Over the Age of 16 On March 26, 2021, Governor Murphy expanded eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine to additional groups of individuals, including all individuals over the age of 16 with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Previously, only individuals with intellectual […]

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