Mark Your Calendar: July 12 NJCPA Summer Breakfast Seminar with Cooper Levenson Attorneys

CPAs – Don’t miss this annual summer update. Hear from the attorneys at Cooper Levenson as they discuss issues that affect CPAs on both the state and national levels. Breakfast seminar 8 a.m. – noon. Venue TBA. Topics to include: Who Needs Asset Protection? Spoiler Alert: Everyone Hidden Figures (Not The Movie): Finding and Protecting … Continue reading “Mark Your Calendar: July 12 NJCPA Summer Breakfast Seminar with Cooper Levenson Attorneys”

Winter snow & ice means more slips & falls – know the rules about reporting accidents

by Bard Shober, Esq. Winter means a good number of days with sub-freezing temperatures, and a fair share of snow and freezing rain storms.  And with those cold temps – and snow and ice covered roads and sidewalks – comes auto accidents and pedestrian slip and falls. Most of the time those auto accidents and … Continue reading “Winter snow & ice means more slips & falls – know the rules about reporting accidents”

Divorce Lawyers Know: One Size Does Not Fit All

by Ronald G. Lieberman, Esq. As a family law/divorce attorney, I must be sensitive to my client’s backgrounds (cultural, economic, religious to name a few) . I must be sensitive to the fact that people from different cultures or religions may have a different view of marriage and divorce. I must listen to what you … Continue reading “Divorce Lawyers Know: One Size Does Not Fit All”

Jill T. Ojserkis at AHLA Physicians and Hospitals Law Institute in New Orleans

“The Opioid Crisis, Litigation Risks, and Medical Staffing Privileging” was the topic at a luncheon at the American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA) Physicians and Hospitals Law Institute today, Tuesday Feb. 5, 2018, in New Orleans.  Jill T. Ojserkis, Esq., a Cooper Levenson Partner, served as a panelist along with David Blank of Quarles and Brady, … Continue reading “Jill T. Ojserkis at AHLA Physicians and Hospitals Law Institute in New Orleans”

Don’t Pay Your Lawyer For This

By: Alexandra K. Rigden, Esq. Law is a business. So, this blog is actually against my financial interests because I am here to tell you what you should NOT pay your family law attorney to do: Referee day-to-day, ordinary parenting disputes: Fighting through lawyers over day-to-day, ordinary parenting disputes, can come with a high price … Continue reading “Don’t Pay Your Lawyer For This”

Cooper Levenson Foundation Scholarship Application

REMINDER TO HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS Cooper Levenson Foundation, Inc. is offering college scholarship grants to high school seniors. Candidates must demonstrate academic excellence, active involvement as a volunteer, and financial need, and must be planning to enroll as a full-time student at an accredited two- or four-year university. “We believe that investing in the education … Continue reading “Cooper Levenson Foundation Scholarship Application”

Atlantic City Economic Update: Let the Trains Run on Time

From the desk of our Chief Operating Officer, Kenneth J. Calemmo, Jr. The former REVEL has now received a new life as the Ocean Resort and plans are being made to have it open by this summer.  This is blockbuster stuff!!  Welcome, Bruce Deifik and his team to Atlantic City.  Together with the opening of … Continue reading “Atlantic City Economic Update: Let the Trains Run on Time”

New Restraint and Seclusion Law signed by Governor Christie January 16, 2018 TAKES EFFECT IMMEDIATELY

New Restraint and Seclusion Law signed by Governor Christie January 16, 2018  TAKES EFFECT IMMEDIATELY! L. 2017, c. 291 Applies to students with disabilities in school districts Defines “physical restraint,” “seclusion,” and “time-out” Develops guidelines for use of restraints and seclusion Requires specific notification procedures and timelines to parents Mandates annual employee training For more … Continue reading “New Restraint and Seclusion Law signed by Governor Christie January 16, 2018 TAKES EFFECT IMMEDIATELY”

What the new tax law elimination of the alimony tax deduction means for divorcing and divorced couples

Authored by Cynthia N. Grob, Esq.  and  Jarad Stiles, Esq., LL.M. A provision of the new tax law that took effect January 1, 2018 will have a substantial impact on divorcing couples. The new law eliminates the alimony tax deduction and will impact agreements and judgments entered into after December 31, 2018.  Until December 31, … Continue reading “What the new tax law elimination of the alimony tax deduction means for divorcing and divorced couples”

Stephanie Farrell to speak at Cape May County Chamber February 9, 2018

Stephanie Farrell will present “Sexual Harassment 101” for business owners and managers at the Cape May County Chamber’s Feb. 9 educational session. The seminar will be held at the Atlantic Cape Community College, Cape May Court House Campus, 341 Court House-South Dennis Road, Cape May Court House, N.J. from 8:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. The … Continue reading “Stephanie Farrell to speak at Cape May County Chamber February 9, 2018”