Jennifer Swift Joins Cooper Levenson

Jennifer Swift has joined the Appeals and Research Practice Group at Cooper Levenson. She will be based in the firm’s Atlantic City office. Swift comes to Cooper Levenson from the Swift Law Firm, where she practiced for more than 10 years in the areas of appeals and post-conviction relief. These included appeals for the Office … Continue reading “Jennifer Swift Joins Cooper Levenson”

Cooper Levenson attorney presents on panel at National Construction Defect Conference in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. – Nov. 17th

“Do Builders Have ‘Right to Repair’ Before Taken to Court?” Atlantic City, N.J. – October 7, 2016 – The Right to Repair Act, initiated to avoid time-consuming, expensive lawsuits, will be reviewed in a panel discussion at the 2nd Annual National Construction Defect Conference, November 16-18, 2016 at the Ritz-Carlton, 1 North Fort Lauderdale Beach … Continue reading “Cooper Levenson attorney presents on panel at National Construction Defect Conference in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. – Nov. 17th”

Court Rules in Favor of Haddon Heights Board of Education

Atlantic City, N.J. – August 26, 2016 – In a precedent-setting ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, William S. Donio, Esquire of Cooper Levenson successfully defended the Haddon Heights Board of Education when the Court affirmed a District Court’s dismissal of a lawsuit claiming that the Board discriminated against a … Continue reading “Court Rules in Favor of Haddon Heights Board of Education”

Court Rules in Favor of Haddon Heights Board of Education

Opinion Filed: August 18, 2016 In a precedent-setting ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, William S. Donio, Esquire of Cooper Levenson successfully defended the Haddon Heights Board of Education when the Court affirmed a District Court’s dismissal of a lawsuit claiming that the Board discriminated against a disabled student. In … Continue reading “Court Rules in Favor of Haddon Heights Board of Education”

CL wins Summary Decision motion on behalf of the Atlantic City Board of Education

In an Initial Decision dated May 5, 2016, Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) W. Todd Miller granted Atlantic City Board of Education’s Motion for Summary Decision, finding that the Board did not violate two former supervisor’s tenure and seniority rights when the Board, through the State-appointed Monitor, approved a reduction in force that eliminated supervisory positions … Continue reading “CL wins Summary Decision motion on behalf of the Atlantic City Board of Education”

Media alert: time changes for senator sweeney & aga president geoff freeman presentations at east coast gaming congress.

* * * M E D I A  A L E R T * * * Due to urgent legislative affairs taking place in Trenton on Thursday, New Jersey Senate President Stephen Sweeney and American Gaming Association President Geoff Freeman have switched their Thursday, May 26, speaking times at the 20th annual East Coast Gaming … Continue reading “Media alert: time changes for senator sweeney & aga president geoff freeman presentations at east coast gaming congress.”

Alexandra rigden joins cooper levenson.

Atlantic City, N.J. — April 29, 2016 – Attorney Alexandra Rigden has joined the Family Law Practice Group at Cooper Levenson. Based in the firm’s Cherry Hill office, Rigden is an associate who will practice all aspects of family law including divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, DCPP (DYFS) and other matters.   “Alexandra is both knowledgeable … Continue reading “Alexandra rigden joins cooper levenson.”

Cooper Levenson Honors Administrative Professionals

Atlantic City, N.J. – April 29, 2016 – Cooper Levenson’s Executive Committee and Partners served lunch to their assistants on Wednesday, April 27, 2016 in honor of Administrative Professionals Day. “It was great to see the surprised faces of our staff members when they caught sight of the partners, wearing aprons and standing behind the … Continue reading “Cooper Levenson Honors Administrative Professionals”

Lynne Levin Kaufman to speak at the American Bar Association (ABA) Business Law Section Spring Meeting April 9 in Montreal

Montreal, Canada – Lynne Levin Kaufman, Esq. a partner in the law firm of Cooper Levenson, will speak at the American Bar Association (ABA) Business Law Section Spring Meeting in Montreal, Canada on Sat. Apr. 9. Kaufman will chair and moderate the panel “Is it Gambling or just a Fantasy (League): The Latest Legal Developments … Continue reading “Lynne Levin Kaufman to speak at the American Bar Association (ABA) Business Law Section Spring Meeting April 9 in Montreal”

Gaming Industry Cyber Risks in 2015-2016

As a result of the industry’s overwhelming reliance on online technologies, cyber risks impacting gaming service providers have shifted from tolerable nuisances to game-changing breaches. In 2015-2016, these cyber risks have largely targeted virtual gaming operations and casino payment systems. All digital games of chance and games of skill rely on complex random number generators … Continue reading “Gaming Industry Cyber Risks in 2015-2016”