Municipal and Government attorney Michael J. Coskey explains the recent NJ Supreme Court ruling on OPRA's privacy clause.
In this installment of the Public Schools and Education blog, Kayleen Egan discusses participation in graduation ceremonies.
Yesterday, the New Jersey Appellate Division resolved the long-standing question of whether the Open Public Records Act only required responses to records requests from New Jersey residents.
The Supreme Court struck down on Monday a federal law, the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992 (“PAPSA”), which made it unlawful for most states to “sponsor, operate, advertise, promote, or authorize” commercial sports betting. The case, Murphy v. National Collegiate Athletic Association, No. 16-476, was the product of efforts to legalize sports betting in New Jersey. Today’s decision to overturn PAPSA, however, clears the way not only for New Jersey but for states around the country to authorize sports betting.
Parker McCay's corporate attorneys, Kathleen O'Brien and Mariel Giletto go over four reasons to have a written contract with a freelancer.
Public Schools and Education attorney Andrew Li talks about the new Paid Sick Leave Act and how it could affect school districts and some of their employees.
Shareholder Elizabeth Garcia discusses the new Paid Sick Leave Act and what it means for employers and employees.
Governor Phil Murphy signed into law the New Jersey Equal Pay Bill on April 24, 2018. As a reminder, this bill strengthens protection for women and minorities against employment discrimination, and promotes equal pay for all protected groups.
Judge Meloni discusses how to initiate and prepare for a mediation in the second installment of the Alternative Dispute Mediation blog.
Shareholder and Chair of the Employment and Labor Department, Elizabeth M. Garcia discusses the new law regarding employee innovators and inventors that took effect this month.