Michael L. Salad and Jarad K. Stiles to speak on Sept. 25: Planned Giving Panel Discussion

September 25, 2018 8:00-10:00 Stockton’s Carnegie Center 35 S Martin Luther King Blvd Atlantic City NJ 08401 Registration: www.acchamber.com/events/power-breakfast-panel  $20.00/Chamber Members FREE Michael L. Salad, Esq., LL.M.  (Moderator) Business & Tax and Cyber Risk Management, Partner, Cooper Levenson Anthony Fraizer—Executive Director of the Community Foundation of South Jersey Jarad K. Stiles, Esq., LL.M.—Tax Law and … Continue reading “Michael L. Salad and Jarad K. Stiles to speak on Sept. 25: Planned Giving Panel Discussion”

How Parents with TPS Can Take Steps to Protect the Welfare of Their U.S. Born Children

CONTACT: Cynthia N.  Grob, Esquire About 200,000 Salvadorans will lose their temporary protective status (TPS) in the United States next year. That designation for individuals from Sudan, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Honduras is also scheduled to expire. Many of the parents who benefit from this immigration designation are now struggling to make plans for their U.S. … Continue reading “How Parents with TPS Can Take Steps to Protect the Welfare of Their U.S. Born Children”

Possible Repeal of Deduction for Alimony Payments

The recent tax bill introduced in the House of Representatives includes a provision to eliminate the tax deduction for alimony payments effective January 1, 2018.  If passed, the alimony deduction will not be available for all divorce judgments, settlement agreements, and modification orders entered beginning January 1, 2018. The current law allows the payor to … Continue reading “Possible Repeal of Deduction for Alimony Payments”

Education Law attorneys Amy Houck Elco and Christopher Barrett to speak at Atlantic County New Jersey School Boards Association Nov. 9

Amy Houck Elco, Esq. and Christopher Barrett, Esq. of Cooper Levenson’s Education Law group will speak at the Atlantic County School Board Association’s meeting at the Atlantic City Country Club Thursday Nov. 9. This program will focus on the various legal issues related to recent developments in education, including residency, homelessness, recent ethics advisory opinions, … Continue reading “Education Law attorneys Amy Houck Elco and Christopher Barrett to speak at Atlantic County New Jersey School Boards Association Nov. 9”

Insurance Coverage in Construction Defect Matters Where There is Progressive Damage to Property

On October 10, 2017, the Appellate Division determined the “end date” of the “continuous trigger” theory of insurance coverage in third party liability claims.  In Air Master & Cooling., Inc. v. Selective Insurance Company of America, the Appellate Division was asked to address the coverage implications commonly occurring in construction defect litigation.  Specifically, the plaintiffs … Continue reading “Insurance Coverage in Construction Defect Matters Where There is Progressive Damage to Property”

Podcast: School Law Today with William S. Donio, Esq.

Listen to the most recent “School Law Today” Podcast, featuring William S. Donio, Cooper Levenson Partner and Chairman of the Education Law Department, produced by the New Jersey School Board Association (NJSBA) on October 12, 2017, Wil answered questions about the First Amendment Rights of Students in the numerous situations encountered in schools daily – … Continue reading “Podcast: School Law Today with William S. Donio, Esq.”

Press Release – Hurricane Relief Dance Party for Puerto Rico

Hurricane Relief Latin Dance Fundraiser for Puerto Rico Wednesday, Oct. 18th at Resorts Casino Hotel Atlantic City, N.J. — Oct. 10, 2017 – Cooper Levenson is holding a Latin themed fundraising party to raise much-needed funds for Puerto Rico residents in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. The fundraiser is a Latin Dance Party with live … Continue reading “Press Release – Hurricane Relief Dance Party for Puerto Rico”

Read Advisory Opinions on School Ethics Commission website

 The School Ethics Commission recently posted three advisory opinions to their website, A20-11,   A19-17 and A24-17.   The Cooper Levenson Education Law group encourages our clients to take a moment to read these advisory opinions which help to clarify the landscape surrounding conflicts of interest for board members and the matters upon which they can vote. … Continue reading “Read Advisory Opinions on School Ethics Commission website”

Insurance Coverage for Business Owners… What Coverage is Best?

By: Louis Niedelman, Esq. Published in “The Chronicle”, a Southern New Jersey Development Council Publication Business owners and operators know that they must protect themselves from various risks and perils that are acts of nature or human behavior. The best protection is comprehensive insurance coverage that maximizes benefits and minimizes losses……. Click here to read … Continue reading “Insurance Coverage for Business Owners… What Coverage is Best?”