Joel Kreizman – Scarinci & Hollenbeck, LLC

802 West Park Avenue Suite 222  Ocean, NJ 07712, United States

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NJ Court Rules Mediation Agreements Must Be in Writing

NJ Court Rules Mediation Agreements Must Be in Writing by Joel N. Kreizman on August 28, 2013 Going forward, parties to mediation in New Jersey must reduce their settlement agreement to writing in order for it to be…more
| Business Organizations, Finance & Banking, Intellectual Property, Mergers & Acquisitions, Securities Law

Shield Law Extended to Bloggers in New Jersey

Shield Law Extended to Bloggers in New Jersey by Joel N. Kreizman on May 8, 2013 New Jersey continues to have one of the broadest journalist shield laws in the country. Most recently, a state court judge for the first time…more
| Civil Rights, Constitutional Law

Can You Be Forced to Arbitrate Even If You Didn’t Sign the Underlying Arbitration Agreement?

Can You Be Forced to Arbitrate Even If You Didn’t Sign the Underlying Arbitration Agreement? by Joel N. Kreizman on January 16, 2013 To the surprise of many New York and New Jersey businesses, the answer may be yes. Based…more
| Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Business Torts, Civil Procedure, Civil Remedies, Commercial Law & Contracts

Dunkin’ Donuts in Hot Water Over Franchisee Discrimination Claims

Dunkin’ Donuts in Hot Water Over Franchisee Discrimination Claims by Joel N. Kreizman on August 30, 2012 Dunkin’ Donuts is in hot water after several former franchise owners have alleged that it discriminates against…more
| Business Torts, Civil Remedies, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law

Bloggers May Be Entitled to Shield Law Coverage

Bloggers May Be Entitled to Shield Law Coverage by Joel N. Kreizman on July 6, 2012 In Too Much Media v. Hale, the New Jersey Supreme Court held that the Defendant, Shellee Hale was not entitled to the benefit of the…more
| Civil Rights, Communications & Media Law
TOO MUCH MEDIA, LLC, JOHN ALBRIGHT, AND CHARLES BERREBBI, PLAINTIFFS-RESPONDENTS, v. SHELLEE HALE, DEFENDANT-APPELLANT

Does a newsperson's privilege extends to a self-described journalist who posted comments on an Internet message board? SUPREME COURT DECISION

TOO MUCH MEDIA, LLC, JOHN ALBRIGHT, AND CHARLES BERREBBI, PLAINTIFFS-RESPONDENTS, v. SHELLEE HALE, DEFENDANT-APPELLANT. A-7 September Term 2010 SUPREME COURT OF NEW JERSEY 206 N.J. 209; 20 A.3d 364; 2011 N.J. LEXIS 629;…more
| Civil Remedies, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law
Areas of Practice
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  • Business Torts
  • Commercial Law & Contracts
  • Criminal Law
  • Litigation
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