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Changes Coming to New Jersey’s Marital Communication Privilege

Jun 22, 2015No Comments56 Views

The New Jersey Senate is poised to adopt a crime-fraud exception to the marital communication privilege. Under the proposed legislation, the marital communication privilege that

Would your employees sell their business passwords to a third party for a measly $150? While most employers would likely respond with a resounding “NO,” such confidence may not be so justified when it comes to data security.

Getting Employees (Throug...

Would your employees sell their business passwords to a

Apr 21, 2015
New Jersey businesses should be aware that sending unsolicited faxes could open you up to significant liability.

Beware of Sending Unsolic...

New Jersey businesses should be aware that sending unsolicited

Mar 06, 2015

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The goal of the “permit shield” established under the Clean Water Act (CWA) is to allow permit holders to conduct their operations without concern that an unanticipated discharge might result in significant environmental liability.

Is the CWA’s Permit Shield Losing Its Power?

Jun 04, 2015No Comments142 Views

The goal of the “permit shield” established under the Clean Water Act (CWA) is to allow permit holders to conduct their operations without concern that

A New Jersey judge recently ruled that damage caused by Hurricane Sandy’s storm surge did not fall under the flood sublimits of Public Service Enterprise Group, Inc.’s (PSEG) insurance policies.

NJ Court: Storm Surge Cla...

A New Jersey judge recently ruled that damage caused

Apr 01, 2015
What Does the Executive Order Regarding Immigration Mean for Your Business?

Executive Order Regarding...

What Does the Executive Order Regarding Immigration Mean for Your

Jan 07, 2015


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