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September 2012 Archives

New Jersey bill: fine employers who ask for Facebook information

Social media use is an emerging area of employment law here in New Jersey. From whether employees should be allowed to check Facebook at work to whether employers can demand the social media passwords of workers, this is an environment that state and federal statutes are just beginning to navigate.

Makers of 'Pink Slime' blame ABC for the layoff of 700 workers

It is difficult to stay in business in New Jersey, or anywhere else in the country, without ever entering into a dispute. This might be a problem with a competitor, supplier, customer or any other person or entity the business comes into contact with. Often, it is best to resolve these disputes in mediation or arbitration environments, in order to save money and minimize publicity. However, sometimes litigation is necessary.

Real estate issues spur the most legal malpractice claims

In New Jersey, when a lawyer is incompetent or fails to uphold the standards of the legal profession, a client can hold him or her accountable by filing a legal malpractice claim. A new study has found that most legal malpractice claims in recent years have stemmed from real estate issues.

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