Ken Calemmo writes: Economic Development 101 – “Get Good Information”

Helping to grow the economic capacity of any region takes input from my stakeholders.  One size does not a shoe make.  Accordingly, as we continue to look for opportunities to grow our region it is important that we consider the views and ideas of many stakeholders.  The Greater Atlantic City Chamber of Commerce has been … Continue reading “Ken Calemmo writes: Economic Development 101 – “Get Good Information””

Nicholas Talvacchia to moderate “Casino Leaders Discuss the Future of Atlantic City” Wed. Dec. 6

Chamber Leadership Series Casino Leaders Discuss the Future of Atlantic City Wednesday, December 6, 2017 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM EST Atlantic City’s casino leadership will provide an update and discuss investments made in the market, why business is up and the diversification of the product including internet gaming and generating revenue through non-gaming attractions. … Continue reading “Nicholas Talvacchia to moderate “Casino Leaders Discuss the Future of Atlantic City” Wed. Dec. 6″

Local Good Samaritan’s Family in Need

A member of the Cooper Levenson client family was recently tragically killed while acting as a Good Samaritan. John Charlton was attempting to aid a woman who was being assaulted when the assaulter turned on him causing him to sustain fatal injuries. The family has started a “GoFundMe” page – https://www.gofundme.com/a-hero-and-a-gentleman – to help offset … Continue reading “Local Good Samaritan’s Family in Need”

Levenson Institute to Advise on National Sport Betting Media Briefing

For Immediate Release: November 20, 2017 Galloway, NJ – The Lloyd D. Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality & Tourism (LIGHT) at Stockton University is serving as an academic advisor to a national sports betting media briefing at 8:30 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 1 in Washington, D.C. Attorney Lloyd D. Levenson will represent the Institute and … Continue reading “Levenson Institute to Advise on National Sport Betting Media Briefing”

Amy Houck Elco and Kelli Prinz to present on Special Education Law Dec. 4-5 in Atlantic City

Atlantic City, N.J. — Nov. 22, 2017 –The course will be offered at the Sheraton Atlantic City Convention Hotel on Dec. 4-5 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. This seminar will present the essential requirements surrounding IEP development, discipline procedures, due process hearing requirements and more. Houck Elco will present on Tuesday, Dec. 5 on Discipline and Expulsion … Continue reading “Amy Houck Elco and Kelli Prinz to present on Special Education Law Dec. 4-5 in Atlantic City”

HARVEY WEINSTEIN, KEVIN SPACEY, AND YOUR BUSINESS

By: Russell L. Lichtenstein, Esquire             If you have begun to read this piece, even without a subtitle you know what it is about.  In the weeks since the Harvey Weinstein story broke in the national media, the subjects of sexual misconduct, sexual harassment and sexual assault in the workplace have become a headline of … Continue reading “HARVEY WEINSTEIN, KEVIN SPACEY, AND YOUR BUSINESS”

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”

When does the six year Statute of Limitations begin?

By Carmelo T. Torraca and Elizabeth A. Kaufman On September 14, 2017, in The Palisades at Fort Lee Condo Ass’n v. 100 Old Palisade, LLC, 2017 N.J. Lexis 845,  the Supreme Court of New Jersey reversed and remanded to the trial court the Appellate Divisions decision in Palisades at Fort Lee Condo Ass’n v. 100 … Continue reading “When does the six year Statute of Limitations begin?”

Sports Tourism at its best!!

CHECK THIS OUT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNJgKPKgDac Back in September Steve DelMonte, owner and founder of DelMoSports http://delmosports.com/ put on the second Ironman 70.3 Triathlon in Atlantic City.  And, I would add with GREAT success.  It was a sell-out of 2,700 athletes and was voted the #1 large Triathlon in the United States.  And, guess what? The backdrop … Continue reading “Sports Tourism at its best!!”