HERE WE GO AGAIN?? Nationwide student demonstrations are anticipated to occur on April 20, 2018

We strongly recommend our clients act proactively and have a plan that that takes into account student rights, learning opportunities, diverse viewpoints, equitable treatment, and, as always, student safety. If you have any question about any legal issue raised by possible student action or your plan, do not hesitate to speak to the members of … Continue reading “HERE WE GO AGAIN?? Nationwide student demonstrations are anticipated to occur on April 20, 2018”

Is enforcing payment under religious agreement a “double-dip” if alimony is also awarded?

Written by Daria B. Janka, Esq. & Cynthia N. Grob, Esq. Download the article PDF (Bulgarian) American Courts increasingly must deal with how to treat shari’ah law in divorce proceedings. To quote a Mhar Agreement: “This is a prompt Mahr: One gold coin, sum of money and jewelry to be given prior to marriage, sum … Continue reading “Is enforcing payment under religious agreement a “double-dip” if alimony is also awarded?”

SKIN IS IN THE (#iGaming) GAME

by: Lynne Levin Kaufman The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (“PGCB”) published temporary regulations finally answering the question – “Can a Pennsylvania casino which applies for an Interactive Gaming Certificate host multiple Skins” What is the answer? Yes So what does that actually mean? It means that a casino obtaining an Interactive Gaming Certificate can enter into arrangements … Continue reading “SKIN IS IN THE (#iGaming) GAME”

Can Your Arbitration Forum Impact Your Case Outcome?

By Daria B. Janka, Esquire On March 14, 2018 , the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division, decided the matter of State Farm Guaranty Insurance Company v. Hereford Insurance Company et. al., docket No. A-3749-16T3. There, the Court interpreted the language of the New Jersey Arbitration Act, N.J.S.A. 2A:23B-3, and directed that where there is … Continue reading “Can Your Arbitration Forum Impact Your Case Outcome?”

“The Future of Cannabis in New Jersey”

The New Jersey Cannabis Industry Association and Cooper Levenson, Attorneys at Law produced a seminar, “The Future of Cannabis in New Jersey,” at the New Jersey Law Center, New Brunswick on March 20, 2018. Discussions included medical expansion, patient access, decriminalization, legalization,  minority inclusion, industry and community strategies, municipal benefits, constituent engagement, workable approaches to … Continue reading ““The Future of Cannabis in New Jersey””

New Jersey 2018 Super Lawyers List Announced

Cooper Levenson Attorneys named to NJ Super Lawyers and Rising Star lists Atlantic City, N.J. — March 19, 2018 — Cooper Levenson partners William S. Donio, Randolph C. Lafferty, Lloyd D. Levenson, Russell L. Lichtenstein, Ronald G. Lieberman, and Jill T. Ojserkis were named to the 2018 New Jersey Super Lawyers list, a designation awarded … Continue reading “New Jersey 2018 Super Lawyers List Announced”

Jarad Stiles to speak at Absecon Business & Commercial Development meeting March 14

See our album of photos from last night’s event with the Absecon Business & Commercial Development General Membership Meeting on March 14. PLACE: Villa Rifici’s, 308 White Horse Pike, Absecon. MEET & GREET: 5:30 pm Meet & Greet with appetizers and cash bar GUEST SPEAKER: 6:15 p. Jarad K. Stiles, Business Tax Attorney from Cooper … Continue reading “Jarad Stiles to speak at Absecon Business & Commercial Development meeting March 14”

Nationwide student demonstrations are anticipated to occur on March 14, 2018 – two days away. Does your district have a plan?

We strongly recommend our clients act proactively and have a plan that that takes into account student rights, learning opportunities, diverse viewpoints, equitable treatment, and, as always, student safety. If you have any question about any legal issue raised by possible student action or your plan, do not hesitate to speak to the members of … Continue reading “Nationwide student demonstrations are anticipated to occur on March 14, 2018 – two days away. Does your district have a plan?”