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Corporate attorney Kathleen O'Brien discusses possible issues in the termination of partnerships under the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. 

By Louis R. Meloni, J.S.C. (Ret.) on March 14, 2018

Judge Meloni discusses the advantages of alternative dispute resolution.  

Parker McCay's Municipal and Government Department explain Judge Jacobson's recent decision regarding the fair share methodology. 

By Adam J. Chelminiak on March 5, 2018

Corporate attorney, Adam Chelminiak discusses the importance of indemnification provisions in commercial contracts. 

By Andrew W. Li on February 23, 2018

With school walk-outs being planned next month, Public Schools and Education attorney Andrew Li discusses the right of students to express themselves and the obligation of school administrators to maintain an orderly learning environment.

By George M. Morris on February 21, 2018

Parker McCay attorney and statewide public records lecturer George Morris shares his thoughts on the effect of redacting public records on Boards of Education in this entry of the Public Schools and Education blog.

By Victoria Simoes Beck on February 7, 2018

Associate Victoria Simoes Beck gives some insight on homeschooling and how it affects boards of education in this rendition of "The ABCs of School Law" blog.

By Andrew W. Li on February 2, 2018

Attorney Andrew Li reviews NJ law for how to handle absences the day after the Super Bowl.

By Elizabeth M. Garcia on February 1, 2018

Private sector employers with 100 or more employees and federal government contractors or first-tier subcontractors with 50 or more employees should be receiving the 2017 EEO-1 survey notification letters in the mail shortly.

By Andrew W. Li, Mariel J. Giletto on January 30, 2018

Are Super Bowl® block pools legal? Our attorneys weigh in. 

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