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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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