Cooper Levenson Attorneys Named To Nj Super Lawyers And Rising Stars List

Five Cooper Levenson partners – Lewis B. April, Randolph C. Lafferty, Lloyd D. Levenson, Russell L. Lichtenstein and Jill T. Ojserkis were named to the 2015 New Jersey Super Lawyers list, a designation awarded to just 5 percent of the lawyers in the state. In addition, Michael A. Gibson, Amy E. Rudley and Karen V. … Continue reading “Cooper Levenson Attorneys Named To Nj Super Lawyers And Rising Stars List”

Amy Rudley Article Published In Nj Police Chief Magazine

The New Jersey Supreme Court issued a very significant decision on Wednesday regarding Sexual Harassment vicarious liability for employers. In Aguas v. New Jersey, the Court ruled that there is an affirmative defense available to employers where the employer exercised reasonable care “to prevent and correct promptly any sexually harassing behavior.” The Court stated that … Continue reading “Amy Rudley Article Published In Nj Police Chief Magazine”

Reinstatement Of Claims: A “balancing Of Equities” Is Necessary To Determine Whether Good Cause Exists

On January 23, 2015, the Appellate Division addressed the issue of whether the Division of Workers Compensation properly denied, with prejudice, a motion to re-open claim petitions. In Williams v. Ready Pack, the Petitioner was injured as a result of two accidents occurring on May 18 and May 22, 2006. Her claims were resolved by … Continue reading “Reinstatement Of Claims: A “balancing Of Equities” Is Necessary To Determine Whether Good Cause Exists”

Thank You For Your Support Of The Captain’s Table Event

We had a great time and raised more than $60,000 for the Community FoodBank of New Jersey, Southern Branch and Let Us Eat, Please. Click here to see your photo! Share, Tweet, Like it to spread our important message. “Let Us Eat, Please” and the Community FoodBank of New Jersey hosted a Captain’s Table Reception … Continue reading “Thank You For Your Support Of The Captain’s Table Event”

Thank You For Your Support Of The Captain’s Table Event.

“Let Us Eat, Please” and the Community FoodBank of New Jersey hosted a Captain’s Table Reception at the Progressive Insurance Atlantic City Boat Show on Thursday, February 5. Guests enjoyed the creations of more than a dozen chefs from South Jersey’s most acclaimed restaurants, sipped spirits, enjoyed live music, and toured the boats, yachts and … Continue reading “Thank You For Your Support Of The Captain’s Table Event.”

2015 Cooper Levenson Scholarship Application Available Online

Nomination materials and application information will be sent to area high school officials and was posted online for downloading The deadline for applications is April 10, 2015. Applicants must be college-bound seniors in high school. Preference will be given to Atlantic City residents who demonstrate civic responsibility and academic achievement. Scholarship(s) of up to a … Continue reading “2015 Cooper Levenson Scholarship Application Available Online”

New Defense For Employers In Sexual Harassment Claims

The New Jersey Supreme Court issued a very significant decision on Wednesday regarding Sexual Harassment vicarious liability for employers. In Aguas v. New Jersey, the Court ruled that there is an affirmative defense available to employers where the employer exercised reasonable care “to prevent and correct promptly any sexually harassing behavior.” The Court stated that … Continue reading “New Defense For Employers In Sexual Harassment Claims”

New Jersey Business Owners

1.) There is a State of New Jersey program that offers businesses up to $10,000 in salary reimbursement if you hire unemployed New Jerseyans. The rules and application process are simple: – Your new workers must be paid $10 per hour or more – Your new workers must be unemployed New Jersey residents – The … Continue reading “New Jersey Business Owners”

Partner In A Law Firm Llp Does Not Lose Liability Protection Due To Firm’s Failure To Carry Professional Liability Insurance

In Mortgage Grader Inc. v. Ward & Olivo 214 N.J. Super Lexis 153 (decided November 14, 2014) the Appellate Division determined that a partner who was not involved in underlying legal malpractice did not lose his liability protection as a partner in an LLP due to the firm’s failure to carry professional liability insurance. This … Continue reading “Partner In A Law Firm Llp Does Not Lose Liability Protection Due To Firm’s Failure To Carry Professional Liability Insurance”

Learn ‘how To Make The Most Of Mediation’ At Burlington County Bar Assn. Program Feb. 11th

Andrew D. Linenberg, Esq., of Cooper Levenson, will be part of a panel presentation on mediation on February 11, 2015, 4:30-6:45 p.m. at the County Office Building, 3rd Floor, Courtroom 2, Mt. Holly, N.J. The program, “How to Make the Most of Mediation: Superior Court & Special Education Matters” is sponsored by the Burlington County … Continue reading “Learn ‘how To Make The Most Of Mediation’ At Burlington County Bar Assn. Program Feb. 11th”