Opioid antidotes are now required to be on-hand at public and private high schools in New Jersey. Attorney Andrew Li discusses.
Recess is now mandatory in New Jersey public schools. Attorney Andrew Li explains.
Corporate associate Parthiv Patel discusses how the IRS's proposed rules to block the State and Local Tax deduction cap workaround will affect New Jersey taxpayers.
Public Finance Shareholder Jeffrey Winitsky explains the newly adopted amendments to Rule 15c2-12 of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Act of 1934 that effect reporting requirements for municipal bond issuers.
A recent change in the law now allows for all types of affordable housing development projects to get credits and reductions for sewer and water connection fees. Shareholder Jeffrey Winitsky explains.
George Morris and Daniel Davidow discuss another recent ruling by the NJ Supreme Court on OPRA, this time regarding police department documents.
With summer coming to a close, Public Schools and Education attorney Kayleen Egan discusses a common issue in school districts, lunch arrears, and how to handle them.
The New Jersey Supreme Court recently decided the case of Brugaletta v. Garcia in favor of patient safety in hospitals, concluding once again that a patient cannot obtain a hospital’s internal self-review that is done to comply with the Patient Safety Act. Brugaletta follows the law. This decision also benefits both New Jersey hospitals and patients by encouraging hospital self-improvements in a non-punitive environment. It should be applauded by all.
In this installment of the Corporate Department Blog, Adam Chelminiak and Mariel Giletto discuss the two different types of purchase price adjustments and strategies to minimize future disputes.