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.
Kathleen O'Brien and Mariel Giletto keep us up to date on the latest corporate tax changes in New Jersey.
Our corporate attorneys, Adam Chelminiak and Mariel Giletto discuss the recent online sales tax ruling and how it can affect businesses.
This week's Corporate blog discusses how post-employment restrictive covenants are enforced and how a new bill before the New Jersey Labor Senate Committee could affect business owners.
Parker McCay's corporate attorneys, Kathleen O'Brien and Mariel Giletto go over four reasons to have a written contract with a freelancer.
Confidentiality or Nondisclosure Agreements (“NDA’s”) have captured public attention due to current events. From stories involving Harvey Weinstein’s use of NDA’s to conceal his decades-long pattern of sexual assault, to USA Gymnastics’ use of NDA’s to quietly settle matters regarding abuse at the hands of team doctor Larry Nassar, NDA’s have been a central feature in recent national headlines. And while much of the public conversation in the #MeToo era has focused on criticizing the use of NDA’s to silence victims of assault and harassment, there are plenty of legitimate (and non-nefarious) reasons to use NDA’s. The reality is that, for many businesses, they are an essential part of participating in the modern economy.
On September 7, 2017, Equifax, one of the largest consumer credit reporting agencies in the United States, reported that hackers may have accessed the personal data of 143 million American consumers. This personal data included social security numbers, birth dates, addresses and driver’s license numbers. The breach also compromised credit card numbers for 209,000 consumers, and dispute documents with personal identifying information for 182,000 consumers. This stolen information can be used to commit identity theft which can cost significant time and money to correct.
The New Jersey legislature is considering six bills that have the potential to impact your business by changing the rules governing corporations. While the proposed laws have the potential to bring new companies to New Jersey by creating a business-friendly statutory scheme, existing entities may need to revisit their certificates of incorporation and by-laws in light of recently updated and proposed legislation.
“The courts of this country should not be places where resolutions of disputes begin. They should be the places where the disputes end after alternative methods of resolving disputes have been considered and tried”. --Justice Sandra Dey O’Connor
Under the law, certain Qualified Organizations, such as educational organizations and service clubs, may, upon proper licensure and as part of a fundraising effort, offer Games of Chance.