During this time of Pandemic uncertainty, a number of existing and prospective clients have reached out to us regarding having their wills and estate plans updated. We are here to assure you that, although working largely remotely, we are ready and able to assist you with your estate planning needs. Our attorneys are conducting meetings […]

Governor Murphy signs executive order preventing cable and telecommunications providers from terminating residential internet and voice services due to non-payment. The executive order, found here, because effective retroactively to March 16, 2020, and remains in effect until 30 days following the end of the public health emergency declared by Executive Order No. 103.

On April 9, 2020, Governor Murphy signed executive order 123, preventing insurance companies from cancelling insurance policies due to non payment during the pandemic for non payment. The order, however, is only a grace period, as unpaid premiums are amortized over a period of time for the non payment sums as provided for by the […]

Community Association news

Partner Thomas C. Martin, Esq. reports that as of last week the New Jersey Legislature was considering legislation making it all the more difficult for community associations to enforce delinquent maintenance fees during this period of time. Maintenance fees are critical to the maintenance and upkeep of association common elements. This preserves the equity of […]

Summary and Introduction The economic carnage wrought by the worldwide coronavirus pandemic will inevitably lead to a rash of bankruptcy filings in the months and years to come, as businesses struggle to recover from the toll taken by this insidious virus. For example, there will no doubt be many shippers, consignees and carriers who experience […]

The New Jersey Department of Education adopted, on an emergent basis, two temporary modifications to the Special Education chapter of the New Jersey Administrative Code until the COVID-19 state of emergency is lifted. The first revision permits each district board of education to provide a system of free, appropriate special education and related services to […]

Although we can anticipate the filing of lawsuits by surviving plaintiffs or their estates who have been impacted by COVID-19, the question of whether or not a cognizable cause of action exists against a defendant will depend upon a number of variables, the most significant of which is the strength of the proof of where […]

The CARES act is the largest stimulus plan in our nation’s history. The Act includes many tax changes which are favorable to businesses. One of the ways that the Act tries to assist small businesses is to provide additional tax deductions and increased credits to allow employers to stay in business. Some of the key […]

On March 18, 2020, the federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFRCA) was adopted. The measure was a quick and comprehensive response from our government to address the plight of thousands of employees that might otherwise be out of work as a result of sickness or to care for others due to the coronavirus. It […]

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