Business and Corporate Law

The Firm’s Business and Corporate practice assists a broad range of businesses, whether sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited liability company, or small to Fortune 100 companies our attorneys assist business owners and management in finding creative solutions to their business concerns while emphasizing cost effective representation to ensure the continued growth of the business entity.

Partner, Thomas C. Martin was tapped to prepare an article for the New Jersey Community Associations Institute for its next upcoming magazine publication called Community Trends. www.cai-nj.org. Mr. Martin’s article will discuss and address pending legislation in New Jersey impacting community associations and the impact of Covid 19 on efforts to enforce the master deed […]

Given the current economic uncertainties, entities or individuals in a business relationship may wish to provide in advance for a temporary agreement concerning that relationship while the economy stabilizes. Whether that relationship is one of seller-buyer, creditor-debtor, lender-borrower, landlord–tenant, or something else, an agreement to “stand still” for a specified period of time may be […]

Price, Meese, Shulman & D’Arminio is frequently called upon by major regional and non-institutional lenders for the diverse services we offer in connection with real estate, asset-based, construction and term loans and refinancings. We are experienced in both secured and unsecured debt financings. When necessary, we work with the attorneys in our Commercial Litigation or […]

On March 27, 2020, the Keeping American Workers Paid and Employment Act was enacted as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, or CARES Act. The Paycheck Protection Program (the “PPP”) contained in the Act allows eligible small businesses (less than 500 employees), sole proprietors and independent contractors that have been negatively […]

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 […]

Business interruption insurance, sometimes referred to as business income insurance, is a type of insurance that protects the loss of income a business may suffer as a result of a disaster. This is different than property insurance, which protects physical damage to the premises where the business is located. Business interruption insurance is usually a […]

In a ruling that acknowledges modern modes of communication, the New Jersey Supreme Court has found that a notice of disapproval of a standard form real estate contract may be transmitted by email, fax, personal service or overnight mail with proof of delivery. This is a change from the prior 34-year-old requirement that a notice […]

All contracting parties, whether in the consumer or commercial context, are familiar with agreements which contain a section that provides, in substance, that “any dispute arising out of this Agreement shall be resolved by arbitration.” This provision is intended to guarantee, among other things, that the parties will not be required to bear the perceived […]