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Letter to the editor: Response to 'Elder care to get a lot more expensive article'

Dear Editor: We were intrigued to read the article "Elder care about to get a lot more expensive" that appeared in the Tuesday, October 16, 2017 “NJBIZ Morning Roundup” because it pertains directly to the industry we serve. That interest...

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The use of confidentiality and non-disclosure provisions in employment agreements

Now, more than ever, corporations are coming under fire as a result of adverse publicity surrounding Harvey Weinstein, Bill O'Reilly and Roger Ailes of Fox News, and Roy Price, the Amazon Studio Chief who recently was forced to resign due to sexual...

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Elder care about to get a lot more expensive

Non-medical home care service agencies operating in New Jersey have been governed by statute and regulation since 2004.

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Why haven't you protected your greatest asset?

I heard it on the radio as breaking news – Britney Spears decided to write a will to put her $200 million estate into trusts for her children. The DJ followed up with “what a great idea!” As an estate planning attorney, my head...

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What to consider when buying, selling a business

As a corporate lawyer, I handle many M&A transactions with small and middle market closely-held and family-owned businesses.

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Zwicker, Johnson bill would protect N.J. freelancers

Over 600,000 New Jersey freelancers generate receipts of $30 billion annually to the state's economy.

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How to turn foreclosures into homeownership

Credit Senator Raymond Lesniak for being way out in front of the residential foreclosure crisis in New Jersey.

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Time for Congress to come together on joint employer

New Jersey’s beaches, casinos, national parks and world-famous agricultural products have long attracted local residents and U.S. and international tourists alike. Together they spend $50 billion on food and drink, at hotels and lodges, and in...

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Blockchain: Changing the world, starting in New Jersey

By now, you've probably heard that “blockchain will change the world.” Notwithstanding massive recent hype, it almost certainly will. And its impact will be even larger right here in New Jersey, because we're at the heart of many of the...

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Food, beverage study helps grow N.J. industry

Mazars USA, a leading accounting and consulting firm in Edison, released its 2017 Food and Beverage Industry Study this week in order to help build and share knowledge critical to the growth of the industry within the state.

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A case for Camden and a call to Amazon

On a cold and dreary Saturday in January, as a wintry mix pounded the pavement on Federal Street in Camden. I raced from my car into the Camden Technology Center where 200 entrepreneurs, investors, and professionals were eagerly awaiting a six hour...

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Premium financing for the real estate mogul

Money is an esoteric object. Most people are content holding it, clinging to dollars as if they will inevitably be lost like a toddler outside of its playpen. Some more daring individuals cautiously let those dollars wander just down the block...

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Facilitating Trenton's revitalization through collaboration

In 2013 a group of engaged Trenton area stakeholders came together with one common goal: to help promote the economic revitalization of our State's capital city. Serving as the energetic core of that organizing group was the late, highly-respected...

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What tax reform may mean for New Jersey business

D.C. may be a political universe away, but actions there can have a real impact on your bottom line

As Labor Day recedes into our collective memory, and the warm glow of summer fades away, the collective New Jersey business community is faced with the following reality.

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The importance of business incentive programs in a changing economy

In an ever-changing economy, business incentive programs are an important tool for any state trying to compete for jobs in a global marketplace. As businesses continue to look for ways to remain competitive and increase their bottom lines, deciding...

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An ounce of prevention: Ask and answer the tough questions before closing the deal

After a four-day trial among warring business associates, the judge began his lengthy opinion with the following lament.

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Direct access to physical therapists helps patients with care, costs

One of the most important elements of the conversation about health care has been how to provide better access to health care at the lowest possible cost.

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The ideal state for business? It's New Jersey

It's no secret that businesses have been leaving New Jersey. And others are weighing their options, with an eye toward lower taxes, loser regulations, and perhaps even warmer weather.

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It's the taxes, silly: How high taxes in New Jersey hurt the middle-class and small businesses the most

We still have five months to go in 2017 and New Jersey has already topped several lists this year we all wish it hadn't. With long-term liabilities mushrooming to 360 percent of total assets, New Jersey was ranked the state with the worst fiscal...

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A primer on deal structure and its implications on the sale of your business

Transacting the sale of your business can be an extremely profitable endeavor. The success of the sale, however, often hinges on the chosen form and exit strategy.

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