COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Resources

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Price Meese Shulman & D’Arminio, P.C. has found a unique way to give back to the local community during the COVID-19 Crisis. In recognition of the fact that local restaurants and shops are taking the economic hit particularly hard as a result of the stay-at-home orders, the Firm has provided each employee a credit of […]

The New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) guidance confirms that school districts may not legally require waivers of rights or consents to delivery of virtual services as a condition for the delivery of special education or related services during this COVID-19 public emergency. The guidance states that the districts’ actions in requiring these waivers or […]

Karen Edler was a panelist on NJ Spotlight’s Virtual Roundtable: School’s Out: Special Education During COVID-19 which also included the Assistant Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Education, the Director of the Office of Special Education and an educator from Pennsauken. You may watch this informative presentation here: https://vimeo.com/413142881.

On April 24, 2020, Governor Murphy enacted Executive Order 128, which upended New Jersey statutory law and decades of jurisprudence by enabling residential tenants to use, at their written request, security deposits as partial or full payment of rent during the coronavirus state of emergency. In issuing the Order, Governor Murphy pointed to the large […]

Karen F. Edler will be a panelist with the NJ Spotlight Virtual Roundtable: “School’s Out: Special Education During COVID-19” today, Tuesday, April 28, 2020 from 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. The details and the registration link are below. To register for and attend this event CLICK HERE or contact Karen Edler kedler@pricemeese.com or (201) 391-3737.

New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal is deeply concerned with the decline of reported domestic violence incidents and related arrests during the mid-March through mid-April 2020 period, compared with similar statistics compiled during 2019. In a Virtual Town Hall Meeting on April 22nd entitled Services for Victims and Survivors of domestic and sexual violence, statistics […]

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 […]

The most common parental complaint since the COVID-19 State of Emergency school closures and implementation of “virtual instruction” is that students are not receiving their IEP educational and related services. Question: Is there anything parents are able to do about it in the middle of a global pandemic? Answer: Yes. As parents, you can take […]

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 […]

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