Christine Vanek – Scarinci Hollenbeck, LLC

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Lyndhurst , NJ 07071, United States

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Court Rules NJ Charities Must Follow Donor’s Wishes or Return Money

Court Rules NJ Charities Must Follow Donor’s Wishes or Return Money by Christine M. Vanek on August 21, 2013 The Appellate Division of the New Jersey Superior Court recently clarified what happens when a charity receives…more
| Business Organizations, Commercial Law & Contracts, Intellectual Property, International Law & Trade, Mergers & Acquisitions

Court Rules NJ Charities Must Follow Donor’s Wishes or Return Money

Court Rules NJ Charities Must Follow Donor’s Wishes or Return Money by Christine M. Vanek on August 21, 2013 The Appellate Division of the New Jersey Superior Court recently clarified what happens when a charity receives…more
| Business Organizations, Finance & Banking, Labor & Employment Law, Mergers & Acquisitions, Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning

NJ Court Broadly Interprets Consumer Contract Protection Statute

NJ Court Broadly Interprets Consumer Contract Protection Statute by Christine M. Vanek on August 12, 2013 Discount restaurant coupons purchased online qualify as contracts under the state’s consumer protection statute,…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, International Law & Trade, Taxation

Supreme Court Decision Will Help Employers Defend Title VII Retaliation Claims

Supreme Court Decision Will Help Employers Defend Title VII Retaliation Claims by Christine M. Vanek on July 30, 2013 At the end of its term, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a highly anticipated employment law decision…more
| Business Organizations, Civil Procedure, Civil Remedies, Civil Rights

Supreme Court Ups the Bar for Class Action Lawsuits

Supreme Court Ups the Bar for Class Action Lawsuits by Christine M. Vanek on May 7, 2013 The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Comcast Corp. v. Behrend will likely help businesses defend employment, anti-trust, consumer…more
| Civil Remedies, Civil Rights, Commercial Law & Contracts, Consumer Protection

Supreme Court to Decide When Workers Should Be Paid for Changing Their Clothes

Supreme Court to Decide When Workers Should Be Paid for Changing Their Clothes by Christine M. Vanek on February 25, 2013 Companies often require employees to wear uniforms or other protective gear while on the job…more
| Labor & Employment Law

NJ Federal Judge Rules Copyright Application Can’t Sustain Infringement Lawsuit

NJ Federal Judge Rules Copyright Application Can’t Sustain Infringement Lawsuit by Christine M. Vanek on January 15, 2013 A New Jersey federal judge recently ruled that a copyright application—as opposed to a copyright…more
| Intellectual Property

Supreme Court of New Jersey Takes Wide View Of Retaliation Under CEPA

Supreme Court of New Jersey Takes Wide View Of Retaliation Under CEPA by Christine M. Vanek on December 3, 2012 In a recent decision, the Supreme Court of New Jersey took a wide view of what constitutes retaliation under…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Labor & Employment Law

New Jersey Court Refuses to Dismiss “Cybersquatting” Trademark Lawsuit

New Jersey Court Refuses to Dismiss “Cybersquatting” Trademark Lawsuit by Christine M. Vanek on November 2, 2012 A New Jersey judge recently refused to dismiss a trademark infringement lawsuit involving cybersquatting. The…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Intellectual Property

U.S. Supreme Court Reconsiders Alien Tort Suits Against Corporations

U.S. Supreme Court Reconsiders Alien Tort Suits Against Corporations by Christine M. Vanek on October 15, 2012 The US. Supreme Court opened its October 2012 term by reconsidering Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum, which…more
| Business Torts, Civil Rights, International Law & Trade

New Federal Jury Instructions Tackle Social Media

New Federal Jury Instructions Tackle Social Media by Christine M. Vanek on September 4, 2012 The federal courts recently took a significant step in addressing concerns that social media use by jurors could influence the…more
| Civil Procedure

Could a Former Employee Walk Out the Door With Your Clients?

Could a Former Employee Walk Out the Door With Your Clients? by Christine M. Vanek on August 29, 2012 Non-competition agreements prohibit former employees from working for a competitor for a stated period of time…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Document Retention Is Paramount in New Jersey Business Litigation

Document Retention Is Paramount in New Jersey Business Litigation by Christine M. Vanek on July 2, 2012 A recent decision by a New Jersey appeals court highlights the importance of document retention during business…more
| Privacy, Professional Malpractice

New Jersey Businesses: Do You Know What to Do If You Receive a Subpoena?

New Jersey Businesses: Do You Know What to Do If You Receive a Subpoena? by Christine M. Vanek on June 19, 2012 As New Jersey business lawyers, we regularly deal with subpoenas. However, for a New Jersey business owner,…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts

John Edwards Trial Highlighted Challenges of Jury Trials

John Edwards Trial Highlighted Challenges of Jury Trials by Christine M. Vanek on June 4, 2012 The public corruption trial of two-time presidential candidate John Edwards highlighted the challenges posed by jury trials,…more
| Civil Procedure, Science, Computers, & Technology
Areas of Practice
  • Business Torts
  • Civil Rights
  • Litigation
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