Make It Stop!-Can a Family Court Prevent a Party From Filing Applications?

“Make it stop!” is a familiar plea I hear from family law clients when an ex-spouse or partner files yet another application in Family Court. It can be extremely frustrating to be on the receiving end of the second, third, fourth….tenth….application. Post-judgment family actions can continue for years after the parties are divorced or initially … Continue reading “Make It Stop!-Can a Family Court Prevent a Party From Filing Applications?”

11 Signs of Nursing Home Neglect or Abuse

By Randolph C. Lafferty and Bard L. Shober What can we do to keep our family members safe and well-cared for?  How can we tell if nursing home patients are being treated properly? Ideally, a family member or friend would spend extended time each day with a loved one in a nursing facility to make … Continue reading “11 Signs of Nursing Home Neglect or Abuse”

Nick Talvacchia on Atlantic City’s “Orange Loop” and a Nationwide Trend

Our Partner Nicholas Talvacchia, Esq., @LandUseLawNJ, is quoted in this Press of Atlantic City’s article about the Orange Loop’s newest addition and a nationwide trend. #LandOnTheOL. An excerpt: “The CRDA also gave final approval to plans for Pat Fasano’s NYOrangeDeeds LLC to build a 10-room shipping container hotel with outside entertainment space and a 10,000-square-foot … Continue reading “Nick Talvacchia on Atlantic City’s “Orange Loop” and a Nationwide Trend”

A PRIMER ON DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS INSURANCE FOR PRIVATE ENTITIES

by Fredric L. Shenkman, Esq., LL.M. This primer is intended to outline the fundamentals of directors and officers insurance (“D&O”) for non-publicly traded entities. Historically, corporations could not indemnify their officials against personal losses arising out of their duties as directors or officers. A precipitous increase in litigation against officers and directors, who often serve … Continue reading “A PRIMER ON DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS INSURANCE FOR PRIVATE ENTITIES”

Reserve Your Place at the Captain’s Table – February 28, 2019

Tickets now on sale; Sponsorships available You’re invited to an evening of unique culinary tastings and decadent desserts from more than 23 acclaimed chefs and restaurants, complemented by an assortment of fine spirits, live entertainment, auctions and more at the fifth annual Captain’s Table event on February 28, 2019, 6-9 PM, during the Progressive Insurance … Continue reading “Reserve Your Place at the Captain’s Table – February 28, 2019”

Cooper Levenson Announces New Partners in Atlantic City and Las Vegas

Cooper Levenson is pleased to announce two attorneys as the firm’s newest partners; Gregory A. Kraemer of the Las Vegas office and Victor P. Wasilauskas, III of the Atlantic City office. “These individuals have proven themselves in terms of their professionalism, their expertise, and their dedication,” said Lloyd D. Levenson, chief executive officer, Cooper Levenson. … Continue reading “Cooper Levenson Announces New Partners in Atlantic City and Las Vegas”

Brittany Bonetti Presents at 1st Annual Cannabis Law Symposium

March 13 at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick Atlantic City, N.J. — Feb. 4, 2019 – As lawmakers move closer to legalizing cannabis for personal use in New Jersey, Cooper Levenson attorney Brittany A. Bonetti weighs in on the legal landscape at the first annual Cannabis Law Symposium on Wed., March 13, 2019 in New … Continue reading “Brittany Bonetti Presents at 1st Annual Cannabis Law Symposium”

April 5 Deadline: Cooper Levenson Foundation Accepting Scholarship Applications

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -Cooper Levenson Foundation, Inc. is offering college scholarship grants to New Jersey high school seniors. Candidates must demonstrate academic excellence, active involvement as a volunteer, and financial need, and must be planning to enroll as a full-time student at an accredited two- or four-year university. “We believe that investing in the education … Continue reading “April 5 Deadline: Cooper Levenson Foundation Accepting Scholarship Applications”

Cryptocurrency & Bankruptcy, Business Entities, Accounting Malpractice, Recent IRS and NJ Tax Court Rulings: Cooper Levenson Attorneys to Present at NJCPA event Feb. 8

Attorneys from the Atlantic City and Cherry Hill offices of Cooper Levenson will present a New Jersey Society of CPAs Atlantic Cape Chapter “Breakfast Briefing” on Friday February 8, 2019 at the Greate Bay Country Club in Somers Point, N.J.  Robert E. Salad, Esq., LL.M., Jarad K. Stiles, Esq., LL.M., ., Michael L. Salad, Jr., … Continue reading “Cryptocurrency & Bankruptcy, Business Entities, Accounting Malpractice, Recent IRS and NJ Tax Court Rulings: Cooper Levenson Attorneys to Present at NJCPA event Feb. 8”

Cooper Levenson Welcomes Saleel V. Sabnis, Esquire to the Firm

CHERRY HILL, N.J. – Cooper Levenson is pleased to announce that attorney Saleel V. Sabnis has joined the firm. Sabnis will work in the firm’s Cherry Hill office, in the Defense Litigation Practice Group. Sabnis comes to the firm from Goldberg Segalla’s Philadelphia office, where he concentrated primarily in professional liability and aviation litigation. He … Continue reading “Cooper Levenson Welcomes Saleel V. Sabnis, Esquire to the Firm”