Jay Bernstein – Kirsch, Gelband, & Stone

17 Academy Street Suite 707,
Newark , New Jersey ***Call Me!!--** (Tel 201 519-6785)** 07102, United States

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CELEBRATING NJ LAWYERS: President of NJ Bar Praises NJ ATTYS, including, Jay Bernstein, as an Exemplar of Volunteerism

President of the NJ Bar, before the Hon. Supreme Court Justices of NJ, and Members of the Bar: CELEBRATING THE NJ LAWYER "When Hurricane Sandy devastated our state, New Jersey lawyers stepped forward and provided…more
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Nightmare of Hurricane Sandy/ Emergency Legal Response/ ABA National Journal interview with Jay Bernstein

ABA interview----After a massive storm slammed into the New York City region on Oct. 29, 2012, the area "was like the Third World," says Jay H. Bernstein, a partner at Kirsch, Gelband & Stone in Newark, N.J. There was no…more
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NJ Senate Labor Committee Hearing: Table of Contents

List of Testimony and Contributors

NJ Senate Committee Hearing On Workers' Compensation Reform, List of Contributors Jay H Bernstein article submission/ Written Testimony May 5, 2008 Hearing Trenton New Jersey State House…more
| Labor & Employment Law, Worker’s Compensation
NJ Senate Labor Committee Hearing: Witness submissions

Testimony and Contributors

NJ Senate Labor Comm. Hearing witnesses and submissions May 5, 2008. Workers' Compensation Reform. Comments and law review article by Jay H.Bernstein, President, Coalition for Health Care Reform…more
| Health, Worker’s Compensation
NJ Senate Labor Committee Meeting: Workers' Compensation Reform, May 2008.

Testimony Jay Bernstein-Workers' Compensation Reform.

Submission and Testimony by Jay H. Bernstein, Attorney at Law, regarding recommended reforms of Health Care Delivery under the Workers' Compensation Act. NJ Senate Labor Committee Hearing, May, 2008. Appendix…more
| Worker’s Compensation
Ernie Lane v. State NJ

Appellate Judgement, Published.

State v. Lane, A-1907-04T4, (Appellate Division, New Jersey, May 21, 2007), motion to suppress rifle; remand for new trial, questioning validity of warrantless search under the Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution, i.e. …more
| Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law

A FAILED SYSTEM OF HEALTH CARE DELIVERY: The Workers Compensation System in New Jersey.Cite: (Law Review) 28 Rutgers L. Rec. 3 (May 1, 2004).

Jay H. Bernstein, Esq. A FAILED SYSTEM OF HEALTH CARE DELIVERY: The Workers Compensation System in New Jersey. ARTICLE Cite: (Law Review) 28 Rutgers L. Rec. 3 (May 1, 2004) The New Jersey Workers Compensation System…more
| Worker’s Compensation

A FAILED SYSTEM OF HEALTH CARE DELIVERY: The Workers Compensation System in New Jersey.

A FAILED SYSTEM OF HEALTH CARE DELIVERY: The Workers Compensation System in New Jersey. By Jay H. Bernstein, Esq. The New Jersey Workers’ Compensation system fails to deliver timely health…more
| Worker’s Compensation
Areas of Practice
  • Appellate Practice
  • Civil Rights
  • Constitutional Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Government
  • Health
  • Litigation
  • Personal Injury
  • Worker’s Compensation
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