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Connecticut’s new personnel file law takes effect tomorrow: are you prepared?

Connecticut’s Public Act 13-176, An Act Concerning Employee Access to Personnel Files, goes into effect on October 1. The new law amends Connecticut’s employee personnel file law and changes employers’ obligations and the…more

Employee Rights, Penalties, Personnel Records, Right of Access

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Amendments to Delaware General Corporation Law Allow Delaware Corporations to Ratify Defective Corporate Acts

Effective April 1, 2014, the Delaware General Corporation Law (“DGCL”) has been amended to include new Sections 204 and 205 that will provide Delaware corporations with an avenue to cure certain defective corporate acts,…more

Corporate Governance, Defective Corporate Acts, Stocks

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Supreme Court Refines the Federal Circuit’s Standard of Review for Claim Construction

The Federal Circuit’s high rate of reversal of district court claim constructions is well documented. The de novo standard of review applied by the Federal Circuit to all aspects of claim construction has played a large part in…more

Claim Construction, Clear Error Standard, De Novo Standard of Review, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Patent Litigation

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Foreign Brokers Doing Business in the United States

Foreign brokers that engage in securities transactions with U.S. investors based in the United States must be registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). There are two major exceptions to this rule. The first…more

Brokers, Enforcement Actions, Foreign Nationals, Institutional Investment, SEC

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Connecticut’s new personnel file law takes effect tomorrow: are you prepared?

Connecticut’s Public Act 13-176, An Act Concerning Employee Access to Personnel Files, goes into effect on October 1. The new law amends Connecticut’s employee personnel file law and changes employers’ obligations and the…more

Employee Rights, Penalties, Personnel Records, Right of Access

See All Updates »

New retainage law goes into effect November 6

Massachusetts enacted a new retainage law that will require owners, prime contractors and subcontractors to pay retainage according to the law’s terms on a construction contract if... …more

Construction Contracts, Construction Industry, Contractors, Lenders, Property Owners

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Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Deadline Looms: Here’s What Employers Need to Do

As the October 1, 2013, deadline for compliance with certain notification requirements mandated by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) approaches, employers are grappling with questions about their obligations…more

Affordable Care Act, COBRA, Deadlines, DOL, Employer Mandates

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Preparing for and Recovering from Winter Storm Juno - Insurance Coverage Alert

Winter storm Juno is expected to hit this evening and last through Wednesday, impacting businesses from the Mid-Atlantic to New England. Millions may be affected by power outages and travel disruptions, and many may suffer…more

Business Interruption, Commercial General Liability Policies, Commercial Insurance Policies, Property Damage, Property Insurance

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SEC Releases Proposed Rules for Regulation A+ under the JOBS Act: A Promising and Innovative Route to Capital Formation for Young Companies

The SEC has released long-awaited proposed rules to implement Title IV of the JOBS Act, now known as Regulation A+. This regulation could bridge a difficult gap for small companies looking to raise capital. If your company has a…more

IPO, JOBS Act, Regulation A, SEC, Startups

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When NJ Banks Are Liable For 3rd-Party Fiduciary Breach

Originally published in Law360, New York on January 29, 2013. Banks, broker/dealers and other financial institutions often are the subject of claims by noncustomer investors, businesses, and estate and trust…more

Bad Faith, Fiduciary Duty, Financial Institution Liability, Misappropriation, Nonliability Rule

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Private Equity: SEC Custody Rule—One Size Does Not Fit All

As a result of the Dodd-Frank Act, since 2012 investment advisers that operate pooled investment vehicles such as hedge funds and private equity funds with $150 million of assets under management became subject to the Investment…more

Asset Management, Custody Rule, Dodd-Frank, Hedge Funds, Investment Adviser

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Restrictions on the Sale or Transfer of Assets of Not-for-Profit Debtors

Originally published in the New Jersey Law Journal - Vol. 211 - No 5 Monday, February 4, 2013. In 2012, a number of not-for-profit entities, including religious institutions, filed for bankruptcy relief in New Jersey. While…more

Charitable Organizations, Debtors, Reorganizations, Transfer of Assets

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New retainage law goes into effect November 6

Massachusetts enacted a new retainage law that will require owners, prime contractors and subcontractors to pay retainage according to the law’s terms on a construction contract if... …more

Construction Contracts, Construction Industry, Contractors, Lenders, Property Owners

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Notice 2014-67 ?? Safe Harbors for ACOs and a New Management Contract Safe Harbor for Everyone

On Friday, Oct. 24, 2014, the Internal Revenue Service released interim guidance, Notice 2014-67, on whether a state or local government entity or an organization described in §501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as…more

ACOs, Bonds, CMS, Healthcare, IRS

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New Jersey enacts “Ban-the-Box” law, limiting inquiries about criminal history during first phase of hiring process

New Jersey has enacted a law prohibiting employers with 15 or more employees from asking about a job applicant’s criminal history until after a first interview, unless the employee voluntarily discloses criminal history…more

Ban the Box, Criminal Background Checks, Employee Rights, Job Applicants

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New Law Grants Two-Year Extension to Remedial Investigation Deadline for Qualifying Parties

This is an important legal development for any company that is cleaning up an old contaminated site in New Jersey and requires more time to complete the remedial investigation. …more

Department of Environmental Protection, Discharge of Pollutants, Environmental Policies, Hazardous Substances, Investigations

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IRS Issues Guidance on Recognition of Same-Sex Marriage Under Tax-Qualified Retirement Plans

On April 4, 2014, the Internal Revenue Service issued Notice 2014-19 providing guidance on the application of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in United States v. Windsor (“Windsor”) to tax-qualified retirement plans (such as…more

401k, DOMA, IRS, Qualified Retirement Plans, Retirement Plan

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New retainage law goes into effect November 6

Massachusetts enacted a new retainage law that will require owners, prime contractors and subcontractors to pay retainage according to the law’s terms on a construction contract if... …more

Construction Contracts, Construction Industry, Contractors, Lenders, Property Owners

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Better SAFE Than Sorry? A New Way to Finance Start-ups

The game for fledgling companies and their investors is early-round, seed-stage financings, and there’s a new player in town. Already embraced by West Coast venture capitalists and start-ups, SAFEs – Simple Agreements for Future…more

See All Updates »

Notice 2014-67 ?? Safe Harbors for ACOs and a New Management Contract Safe Harbor for Everyone

On Friday, Oct. 24, 2014, the Internal Revenue Service released interim guidance, Notice 2014-67, on whether a state or local government entity or an organization described in §501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as…more

ACOs, Bonds, CMS, Healthcare, IRS

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IRS Issues Guidance on Recognition of Same-Sex Marriage Under Tax-Qualified Retirement Plans

On April 4, 2014, the Internal Revenue Service issued Notice 2014-19 providing guidance on the application of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in United States v. Windsor (“Windsor”) to tax-qualified retirement plans (such as…more

401k, DOMA, IRS, Qualified Retirement Plans, Retirement Plan

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NJ Spill Act Contribution Rights in Jeopardy Under Proposed Bill: Points to Consider - M&E Environment & Energy Alert

A bill (A-3880/S-444) recently introduced in both houses of the New Jersey legislature would prevent companies and private individuals from exercising their existing contribution rights under New Jersey’s Spill Act to recover…more

Contribution Claims, Discharge of Pollutants, Hazardous Substances, Spill Act

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New retainage law goes into effect November 6

Massachusetts enacted a new retainage law that will require owners, prime contractors and subcontractors to pay retainage according to the law’s terms on a construction contract if... …more

Construction Contracts, Construction Industry, Contractors, Lenders, Property Owners

See All Updates »

Preparing for and Recovering from Winter Storm Juno - Insurance Coverage Alert

Winter storm Juno is expected to hit this evening and last through Wednesday, impacting businesses from the Mid-Atlantic to New England. Millions may be affected by power outages and travel disruptions, and many may suffer…more

Business Interruption, Commercial General Liability Policies, Commercial Insurance Policies, Property Damage, Property Insurance

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Preparing for and Recovering from Winter Storm Juno - Insurance Coverage Alert

Winter storm Juno is expected to hit this evening and last through Wednesday, impacting businesses from the Mid-Atlantic to New England. Millions may be affected by power outages and travel disruptions, and many may suffer…more

Business Interruption, Commercial General Liability Policies, Commercial Insurance Policies, Property Damage, Property Insurance

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7 Key Roles of a Successful Startup CEO

In your experience, what’s the most important role that a startup CEO should fulfill? That’s the question we put recently to JD Supra contributors, many of whom have spent years working with successful entrepreneurs in various…more

Business Formation, CEOs, Legal Perspectives, Startups

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Chinese Government Decision May Help Brands Protect Themselves

Anyone trying to stop Chinese counterfeiters learns almost immediately that most of the information that would ordinarily identify China-based owners of a URL or website is false. That makes it costly or impossible to identify…more

Brand, China, Counterfeiting, Internet, ISPs

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New Jersey enacts “Ban-the-Box” law, limiting inquiries about criminal history during first phase of hiring process

New Jersey has enacted a law prohibiting employers with 15 or more employees from asking about a job applicant’s criminal history until after a first interview, unless the employee voluntarily discloses criminal history…more

Ban the Box, Criminal Background Checks, Employee Rights, Job Applicants

See All Updates »

Notice 2014-67 ?? Safe Harbors for ACOs and a New Management Contract Safe Harbor for Everyone

On Friday, Oct. 24, 2014, the Internal Revenue Service released interim guidance, Notice 2014-67, on whether a state or local government entity or an organization described in §501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as…more

ACOs, Bonds, CMS, Healthcare, IRS

See All Updates »

Foreign Brokers Doing Business in the United States

Foreign brokers that engage in securities transactions with U.S. investors based in the United States must be registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). There are two major exceptions to this rule. The first…more

Brokers, Enforcement Actions, Foreign Nationals, Institutional Investment, SEC

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Regulating Your Grocery Cart: The Push for GMO Labeling

If you produce, manufacture, sell, or distribute food products, you may be affected by the various state laws concerning the labeling of certain foods derived from genetically modified organisms (“GMO”). In particular, you…more

FDA, Food Labeling, GMO

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New Rules Assist Federal Small Business Subcontractors

Both prime contractors and small business subcontractors should pay attention to new rules designed to encourage small business subcontracting and influence the administration and content of those contracts. The first, which…more

Accelerated Payments, Contract Drafting, Contractors, SBA, Small Business

See All Updates »

IRS Issues Guidance on Recognition of Same-Sex Marriage Under Tax-Qualified Retirement Plans

On April 4, 2014, the Internal Revenue Service issued Notice 2014-19 providing guidance on the application of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in United States v. Windsor (“Windsor”) to tax-qualified retirement plans (such as…more

401k, DOMA, IRS, Qualified Retirement Plans, Retirement Plan

See All Updates »

New Jersey enacts “Ban-the-Box” law, limiting inquiries about criminal history during first phase of hiring process

New Jersey has enacted a law prohibiting employers with 15 or more employees from asking about a job applicant’s criminal history until after a first interview, unless the employee voluntarily discloses criminal history…more

Ban the Box, Criminal Background Checks, Employee Rights, Job Applicants

See All Updates »

Preparing for and Recovering from Winter Storm Juno - Insurance Coverage Alert

Winter storm Juno is expected to hit this evening and last through Wednesday, impacting businesses from the Mid-Atlantic to New England. Millions may be affected by power outages and travel disruptions, and many may suffer…more

Business Interruption, Commercial General Liability Policies, Commercial Insurance Policies, Property Damage, Property Insurance

See All Updates »

Notice 2014-67 ?? Safe Harbors for ACOs and a New Management Contract Safe Harbor for Everyone

On Friday, Oct. 24, 2014, the Internal Revenue Service released interim guidance, Notice 2014-67, on whether a state or local government entity or an organization described in §501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as…more

ACOs, Bonds, CMS, Healthcare, IRS

See All Updates »

New Jersey Supreme Court: No Statute of Limitations for Private Claims for Contribution Under NJ Spill Act

Following principles of strict statutory construction and refusing to “unsettle a decades-long understanding in this State,” on January 26, 2015, the New Jersey Supreme Court unanimously ruled that there is no statute of…more

Contaminated Properties, Contribution Claims, Environmental Remediation Costs, Spill Act, Statute of Limitations

See All Updates »

New retainage law goes into effect November 6

Massachusetts enacted a new retainage law that will require owners, prime contractors and subcontractors to pay retainage according to the law’s terms on a construction contract if... …more

Construction Contracts, Construction Industry, Contractors, Lenders, Property Owners

See All Updates »

The Admissibility of Opinions Contained in Public Records

The outcome of civil litigation often hinges upon the ability of litigants to rely upon or exclude public records and reports and, in particular, opinions contained in them. Federal Rule of Evidence 803(8) (“Rule 803(8)” or…more

Admissibility, Daubert Standards, Evidence, Hearsay, Public Records

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Restrictions on the Sale or Transfer of Assets of Not-for-Profit Debtors

Originally published in the New Jersey Law Journal - Vol. 211 - No 5 Monday, February 4, 2013. In 2012, a number of not-for-profit entities, including religious institutions, filed for bankruptcy relief in New Jersey. While…more

Charitable Organizations, Debtors, Reorganizations, Transfer of Assets

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New Jersey Tax Appeal Time - Tax & Benefits Alert

It is property tax appeal season in New Jersey. If you own or lease commercial, residential and/or investment property in New Jersey, now is the time to review whether you should file a 2015 appeal…more

Commercial Property Owners, Property Owners, Property Tax, Tax Appeals

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Foreign Brokers Doing Business in the United States

Foreign brokers that engage in securities transactions with U.S. investors based in the United States must be registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). There are two major exceptions to this rule. The first…more

Brokers, Enforcement Actions, Foreign Nationals, Institutional Investment, SEC

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New Jersey Tax Appeal Time - Tax & Benefits Alert

It is property tax appeal season in New Jersey. If you own or lease commercial, residential and/or investment property in New Jersey, now is the time to review whether you should file a 2015 appeal…more

Commercial Property Owners, Property Owners, Property Tax, Tax Appeals

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Preparing for and Recovering from Winter Storm Juno - Insurance Coverage Alert

Winter storm Juno is expected to hit this evening and last through Wednesday, impacting businesses from the Mid-Atlantic to New England. Millions may be affected by power outages and travel disruptions, and many may suffer…more

Business Interruption, Commercial General Liability Policies, Commercial Insurance Policies, Property Damage, Property Insurance

See All Updates »

New Rules Assist Federal Small Business Subcontractors

Both prime contractors and small business subcontractors should pay attention to new rules designed to encourage small business subcontracting and influence the administration and content of those contracts. The first, which…more

Accelerated Payments, Contract Drafting, Contractors, SBA, Small Business

See All Updates »

IRS Issues Guidance on Recognition of Same-Sex Marriage Under Tax-Qualified Retirement Plans

On April 4, 2014, the Internal Revenue Service issued Notice 2014-19 providing guidance on the application of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in United States v. Windsor (“Windsor”) to tax-qualified retirement plans (such as…more

401k, DOMA, IRS, Qualified Retirement Plans, Retirement Plan

See All Updates »

New Jersey enacts “Ban-the-Box” law, limiting inquiries about criminal history during first phase of hiring process

New Jersey has enacted a law prohibiting employers with 15 or more employees from asking about a job applicant’s criminal history until after a first interview, unless the employee voluntarily discloses criminal history…more

Ban the Box, Criminal Background Checks, Employee Rights, Job Applicants

See All Updates »

Connecticut’s new personnel file law takes effect tomorrow: are you prepared?

Connecticut’s Public Act 13-176, An Act Concerning Employee Access to Personnel Files, goes into effect on October 1. The new law amends Connecticut’s employee personnel file law and changes employers’ obligations and the…more

Employee Rights, Penalties, Personnel Records, Right of Access

See All Updates »

Losing The Home-Team Advantage – The Supreme Court’s Narrowing of the Doctrine of General Personal Jurisdiction and its Impact on Patent Declaratory Judgment Actions

A recent Supreme Court opinion in a non-patent case, Daimler AG v. Bauman, likely will have a far-reaching impact on the prevalence of patent declaratory judgment actions. In the past, an accused patent infringer often could…more

DaimlerChrysler v Bauman, Declaratory Judgments, Jurisdiction, Patent Infringement, Patent Litigation

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Significant Changes to Massachusetts Site Remediation Regulations

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has made significant changes to the regulations governing the cleanup of contaminated sites in the Commonwealth (310 C.M.R. §§40.0000, et seq., known as the…more

Contaminated Properties, Environmental Policies, Environmental Remediation Costs, Hazardous Substances

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Reach of New Jersey Franchise Practices Act Continues to Expand

On March 13, 2013, the United States District Court, District of New Jersey, in Strassle v. Bimbo Foods Bakeries Distrib., Inc., No. 12-3313 (Mar. 13, 2013), held that a distribution agreement may be subject to the New Jersey…more

Distribution Rules, Distributors, Franchise Agreements, Franchises

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Preparing for and Recovering from Winter Storm Juno - Insurance Coverage Alert

Winter storm Juno is expected to hit this evening and last through Wednesday, impacting businesses from the Mid-Atlantic to New England. Millions may be affected by power outages and travel disruptions, and many may suffer…more

Business Interruption, Commercial General Liability Policies, Commercial Insurance Policies, Property Damage, Property Insurance

See All Updates »

SEC Releases Proposed Rules for Regulation A+ under the JOBS Act: A Promising and Innovative Route to Capital Formation for Young Companies

The SEC has released long-awaited proposed rules to implement Title IV of the JOBS Act, now known as Regulation A+. This regulation could bridge a difficult gap for small companies looking to raise capital. If your company has a…more

IPO, JOBS Act, Regulation A, SEC, Startups

See All Updates »

New Rules Assist Federal Small Business Subcontractors

Both prime contractors and small business subcontractors should pay attention to new rules designed to encourage small business subcontracting and influence the administration and content of those contracts. The first, which…more

Accelerated Payments, Contract Drafting, Contractors, SBA, Small Business

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Retailers Beware: Common Credit Card and Marketing Data Collection Practices Could Violate Law

Already home to one of the toughest data protection laws in the country, Massachusetts now joins California in having expansive protections for data exchanged during a credit card transaction…more

Credit Cards, Data Collection, Marketing, Retailers, ZIP Codes

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SEC Releases Proposed Rules for Regulation A+ under the JOBS Act: A Promising and Innovative Route to Capital Formation for Young Companies

The SEC has released long-awaited proposed rules to implement Title IV of the JOBS Act, now known as Regulation A+. This regulation could bridge a difficult gap for small companies looking to raise capital. If your company has a…more

IPO, JOBS Act, Regulation A, SEC, Startups

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What the President's Executive Action on Immigration Means to Your Business and Employees

The President’s Immigration Accountability Executive Action holds the promise of major improvements to the ability of foreign national talent and their families to enter, work, and remain in this country while going through the…more

Barack Obama, DACA, Deportation, Executive Orders, I-9

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New retainage law goes into effect November 6

Massachusetts enacted a new retainage law that will require owners, prime contractors and subcontractors to pay retainage according to the law’s terms on a construction contract if... …more

Construction Contracts, Construction Industry, Contractors, Lenders, Property Owners

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What the President's Executive Action on Immigration Means to Your Business and Employees

The President’s Immigration Accountability Executive Action holds the promise of major improvements to the ability of foreign national talent and their families to enter, work, and remain in this country while going through the…more

Barack Obama, DACA, Deportation, Executive Orders, I-9

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And Now More Disclosure Requirements for Federal Contractors – Employee Compensation

Federal contractors and subcontractors that have 100 or more employees and a federal contract, subcontract or purchase order exceeding $50,000 should pay close attention to a new rule proposed by the Department of Labor’s…more

Disclosure Requirements, DOL, EEO-1, Employer Liability Issues, Executive Orders

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FTC Expands Scope of Hart-Scott-Rodino Reporting Rules for Pharmaceutical Patent Rights Transfers

The Federal Trade Commission has broadened the rules dictating when pharmaceutical companies must report a transfer of exclusive patent rights to the U.S. Department of Justice and FTC for antitrust review and approval. Under…more

FTC, Hart-Scott-Rodino Act, Patents, Pharmaceutical, Transfers

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New Rules Assist Federal Small Business Subcontractors

Both prime contractors and small business subcontractors should pay attention to new rules designed to encourage small business subcontracting and influence the administration and content of those contracts. The first, which…more

Accelerated Payments, Contract Drafting, Contractors, SBA, Small Business

See All Updates »

Court Clarifies Law on Enforceability of Obligations of Non-Signatories in Private Mergers

In a fact-specific case with potential ramifications for future mergers under Delaware law, Cigna Health and Life Insurance Co., a preferred stockholder of Audax Health Solutions Inc., whose shares were extinguished by a merger…more

CIGNA, Insurers, Mergers

See All Updates »

SEC Releases Proposed Rules for Regulation A+ under the JOBS Act: A Promising and Innovative Route to Capital Formation for Young Companies

The SEC has released long-awaited proposed rules to implement Title IV of the JOBS Act, now known as Regulation A+. This regulation could bridge a difficult gap for small companies looking to raise capital. If your company has a…more

IPO, JOBS Act, Regulation A, SEC, Startups

See All Updates »

Preparing for and Recovering from Winter Storm Juno - Insurance Coverage Alert

Winter storm Juno is expected to hit this evening and last through Wednesday, impacting businesses from the Mid-Atlantic to New England. Millions may be affected by power outages and travel disruptions, and many may suffer…more

Business Interruption, Commercial General Liability Policies, Commercial Insurance Policies, Property Damage, Property Insurance

See All Updates »

Better SAFE Than Sorry? A New Way to Finance Start-ups

The game for fledgling companies and their investors is early-round, seed-stage financings, and there’s a new player in town. Already embraced by West Coast venture capitalists and start-ups, SAFEs – Simple Agreements for Future…more

See All Updates »

Connecticut’s new personnel file law takes effect tomorrow: are you prepared?

Connecticut’s Public Act 13-176, An Act Concerning Employee Access to Personnel Files, goes into effect on October 1. The new law amends Connecticut’s employee personnel file law and changes employers’ obligations and the…more

Employee Rights, Penalties, Personnel Records, Right of Access

See All Updates »

Preparing for and Recovering from Winter Storm Juno - Insurance Coverage Alert

Winter storm Juno is expected to hit this evening and last through Wednesday, impacting businesses from the Mid-Atlantic to New England. Millions may be affected by power outages and travel disruptions, and many may suffer…more

Business Interruption, Commercial General Liability Policies, Commercial Insurance Policies, Property Damage, Property Insurance

See All Updates »

Restrictions on the Sale or Transfer of Assets of Not-for-Profit Debtors

Originally published in the New Jersey Law Journal - Vol. 211 - No 5 Monday, February 4, 2013. In 2012, a number of not-for-profit entities, including religious institutions, filed for bankruptcy relief in New Jersey. While…more

Charitable Organizations, Debtors, Reorganizations, Transfer of Assets

See All Updates »

Foreign Brokers Doing Business in the United States

Foreign brokers that engage in securities transactions with U.S. investors based in the United States must be registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). There are two major exceptions to this rule. The first…more

Brokers, Enforcement Actions, Foreign Nationals, Institutional Investment, SEC

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The Connecticut Supreme Court, in a Case of First Impression, Holds Negligent Construction Insured Under General Liability Policy

In Capstone Building Corp. v. American Motorists Insurance Co., 67 A.3d 961 (Conn. 2013), the Supreme Court of Connecticut held, in a case of first impression, that commercial general liability insurance policies may cover…more

Commercial General Liability Policies, Construction Defects, Construction Disputes, Negligent Construction

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New Rules Assist Federal Small Business Subcontractors

Both prime contractors and small business subcontractors should pay attention to new rules designed to encourage small business subcontracting and influence the administration and content of those contracts. The first, which…more

Accelerated Payments, Contract Drafting, Contractors, SBA, Small Business

See All Updates »

Foreign Brokers Doing Business in the United States

Foreign brokers that engage in securities transactions with U.S. investors based in the United States must be registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). There are two major exceptions to this rule. The first…more

Brokers, Enforcement Actions, Foreign Nationals, Institutional Investment, SEC

See All Updates »

2013 Estate Planning Update

As 2012 drew to a close, your estate planning attorney's attention was diverted from the ball drop in Times Square to whether Congress would drop the ball with respect to the fiscal cliff. Congress, however, passed the American…more

American Taxpayer Relief Act, Estate Planning, Estate Tax, Fiscal Cliff, Generation-Skipping Transfer

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Court Clarifies Law on Enforceability of Obligations of Non-Signatories in Private Mergers

In a fact-specific case with potential ramifications for future mergers under Delaware law, Cigna Health and Life Insurance Co., a preferred stockholder of Audax Health Solutions Inc., whose shares were extinguished by a merger…more

CIGNA, Insurers, Mergers

See All Updates »

IRS Issues Guidance on Recognition of Same-Sex Marriage Under Tax-Qualified Retirement Plans

On April 4, 2014, the Internal Revenue Service issued Notice 2014-19 providing guidance on the application of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in United States v. Windsor (“Windsor”) to tax-qualified retirement plans (such as…more

401k, DOMA, IRS, Qualified Retirement Plans, Retirement Plan

See All Updates »

Notice 2014-67 ?? Safe Harbors for ACOs and a New Management Contract Safe Harbor for Everyone

On Friday, Oct. 24, 2014, the Internal Revenue Service released interim guidance, Notice 2014-67, on whether a state or local government entity or an organization described in §501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as…more

ACOs, Bonds, CMS, Healthcare, IRS

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QSBS Tax Incentives Extended . . . For Now - Venture Capital and Early Stage and Emerging Companies Alert

What happened? - In the wee hours of December 16th, Congress passed H.R. 5771, the Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014 (“TIPA”), a stopgap measure that, among other things, retroactively extends certain tax incentives that…more

Capital Gains, Gain Exclusion, Qualified Small Business Stock, Small Business, Startups

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The Admissibility of Opinions Contained in Public Records

The outcome of civil litigation often hinges upon the ability of litigants to rely upon or exclude public records and reports and, in particular, opinions contained in them. Federal Rule of Evidence 803(8) (“Rule 803(8)” or…more

Admissibility, Daubert Standards, Evidence, Hearsay, Public Records

See All Updates »

Notice 2014-67 ?? Safe Harbors for ACOs and a New Management Contract Safe Harbor for Everyone

On Friday, Oct. 24, 2014, the Internal Revenue Service released interim guidance, Notice 2014-67, on whether a state or local government entity or an organization described in §501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as…more

ACOs, Bonds, CMS, Healthcare, IRS

See All Updates »

New Jersey Supreme Court: No Statute of Limitations for Private Claims for Contribution Under NJ Spill Act

Following principles of strict statutory construction and refusing to “unsettle a decades-long understanding in this State,” on January 26, 2015, the New Jersey Supreme Court unanimously ruled that there is no statute of…more

Contaminated Properties, Contribution Claims, Environmental Remediation Costs, Spill Act, Statute of Limitations

See All Updates »

Preparing for and Recovering from Winter Storm Juno - Insurance Coverage Alert

Winter storm Juno is expected to hit this evening and last through Wednesday, impacting businesses from the Mid-Atlantic to New England. Millions may be affected by power outages and travel disruptions, and many may suffer…more

Business Interruption, Commercial General Liability Policies, Commercial Insurance Policies, Property Damage, Property Insurance

See All Updates »

Foreign Brokers Doing Business in the United States

Foreign brokers that engage in securities transactions with U.S. investors based in the United States must be registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). There are two major exceptions to this rule. The first…more

Brokers, Enforcement Actions, Foreign Nationals, Institutional Investment, SEC

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Bitcoin Does Not Need a Ban, It Needs Enlightened Regulation

If an outright ban of Bitcoin is not the correct approach, what is? More to the point, what does Bitcoin (and virtual currency in general) need to for legitimacy?…more

Bitcoins, Legal Perspectives, Virtual Currency

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2013 Estate Planning Update

As 2012 drew to a close, your estate planning attorney's attention was diverted from the ball drop in Times Square to whether Congress would drop the ball with respect to the fiscal cliff. Congress, however, passed the American…more

American Taxpayer Relief Act, Estate Planning, Estate Tax, Fiscal Cliff, Generation-Skipping Transfer

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2013 Estate Planning Update

As 2012 drew to a close, your estate planning attorney's attention was diverted from the ball drop in Times Square to whether Congress would drop the ball with respect to the fiscal cliff. Congress, however, passed the American…more

American Taxpayer Relief Act, Estate Planning, Estate Tax, Fiscal Cliff, Generation-Skipping Transfer

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New Jersey Launches Energy Resilience Bank

New Jersey has recently launched the New Jersey Energy Resilience Bank (ERB), a public infrastructure bank focusing on energy resilience. As part of Governor Christie’s continuing efforts to minimize the impact of future major…more

Electricity, Grants, Hurricane Sandy, Power Infrastructure, Qualified Energy Facilities

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Preparing for and Recovering from Winter Storm Juno - Insurance Coverage Alert

Winter storm Juno is expected to hit this evening and last through Wednesday, impacting businesses from the Mid-Atlantic to New England. Millions may be affected by power outages and travel disruptions, and many may suffer…more

Business Interruption, Commercial General Liability Policies, Commercial Insurance Policies, Property Damage, Property Insurance

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It’s That Time Again! Tax Appeals in Connecticut: Know When to File

The deadline for appealing Connecticut local property taxes is approaching. If you are considering appealing local property taxes this year, the following is a general explanation of Connecticut’s appeal procedure and deadlines…more

Deadlines, Property Owners, Property Tax, Tax Appeals, Tax Assessment

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2013 Estate Planning Update

As 2012 drew to a close, your estate planning attorney's attention was diverted from the ball drop in Times Square to whether Congress would drop the ball with respect to the fiscal cliff. Congress, however, passed the American…more

American Taxpayer Relief Act, Estate Planning, Estate Tax, Fiscal Cliff, Generation-Skipping Transfer

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New retainage law goes into effect November 6

Massachusetts enacted a new retainage law that will require owners, prime contractors and subcontractors to pay retainage according to the law’s terms on a construction contract if... …more

Construction Contracts, Construction Industry, Contractors, Lenders, Property Owners

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It’s That Time Again! Tax Appeals in Connecticut: Know When to File

The deadline for appealing Connecticut local property taxes is approaching. If you are considering appealing local property taxes this year, the following is a general explanation of Connecticut’s appeal procedure and deadlines…more

Deadlines, Property Owners, Property Tax, Tax Appeals, Tax Assessment

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New Jersey enacts “Ban-the-Box” law, limiting inquiries about criminal history during first phase of hiring process

New Jersey has enacted a law prohibiting employers with 15 or more employees from asking about a job applicant’s criminal history until after a first interview, unless the employee voluntarily discloses criminal history…more

Ban the Box, Criminal Background Checks, Employee Rights, Job Applicants

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Is RGGI in New Jersey's and Pennsylvania’s Future?

With the release of EPA’s proposed regulation of CO2 from existing sources on June 2, there has been a lot of speculation that states will look to cap-and-trade schemes as a means of complying with EPA’s mandate that the states…more

Barack Obama, Cap-and-Trade, Clean Air Act, Climate Action Plan, Energy Policy

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New Jersey enacts “Ban-the-Box” law, limiting inquiries about criminal history during first phase of hiring process

New Jersey has enacted a law prohibiting employers with 15 or more employees from asking about a job applicant’s criminal history until after a first interview, unless the employee voluntarily discloses criminal history…more

Ban the Box, Criminal Background Checks, Employee Rights, Job Applicants

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New Jersey Launches Energy Resilience Bank

New Jersey has recently launched the New Jersey Energy Resilience Bank (ERB), a public infrastructure bank focusing on energy resilience. As part of Governor Christie’s continuing efforts to minimize the impact of future major…more

Electricity, Grants, Hurricane Sandy, Power Infrastructure, Qualified Energy Facilities

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New Rules Assist Federal Small Business Subcontractors

Both prime contractors and small business subcontractors should pay attention to new rules designed to encourage small business subcontracting and influence the administration and content of those contracts. The first, which…more

Accelerated Payments, Contract Drafting, Contractors, SBA, Small Business

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New Jersey enacts “Ban-the-Box” law, limiting inquiries about criminal history during first phase of hiring process

New Jersey has enacted a law prohibiting employers with 15 or more employees from asking about a job applicant’s criminal history until after a first interview, unless the employee voluntarily discloses criminal history…more

Ban the Box, Criminal Background Checks, Employee Rights, Job Applicants

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QSBS Tax Incentives Extended . . . For Now - Venture Capital and Early Stage and Emerging Companies Alert

What happened? - In the wee hours of December 16th, Congress passed H.R. 5771, the Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014 (“TIPA”), a stopgap measure that, among other things, retroactively extends certain tax incentives that…more

Capital Gains, Gain Exclusion, Qualified Small Business Stock, Small Business, Startups

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Notice 2014-67 ?? Safe Harbors for ACOs and a New Management Contract Safe Harbor for Everyone

On Friday, Oct. 24, 2014, the Internal Revenue Service released interim guidance, Notice 2014-67, on whether a state or local government entity or an organization described in §501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as…more

ACOs, Bonds, CMS, Healthcare, IRS

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New retainage law goes into effect November 6

Massachusetts enacted a new retainage law that will require owners, prime contractors and subcontractors to pay retainage according to the law’s terms on a construction contract if... …more

Construction Contracts, Construction Industry, Contractors, Lenders, Property Owners

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Supreme Court Raises the Bar to Class Certification

The United States Supreme Court has continued to raise the bar on class certification by requiring that plaintiffs be able to prove damages on a class-wide basis. In Comcast Corporation v. Behrend, a putative class alleged that…more

Class Action, Class Certification, Comcast, Comcast v. Behrend, Damages

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Preparing for and Recovering from Winter Storm Juno - Insurance Coverage Alert

Winter storm Juno is expected to hit this evening and last through Wednesday, impacting businesses from the Mid-Atlantic to New England. Millions may be affected by power outages and travel disruptions, and many may suffer…more

Business Interruption, Commercial General Liability Policies, Commercial Insurance Policies, Property Damage, Property Insurance

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Preparing for and Recovering from Winter Storm Juno - Insurance Coverage Alert

Winter storm Juno is expected to hit this evening and last through Wednesday, impacting businesses from the Mid-Atlantic to New England. Millions may be affected by power outages and travel disruptions, and many may suffer…more

Business Interruption, Commercial General Liability Policies, Commercial Insurance Policies, Property Damage, Property Insurance

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New Jersey’s General Statute of Limitations Now a Defense to Spill Act Claims for Contribution

The New Jersey Appellate Division just ruled that the general six-year statute of limitations for property damage claims applies to a private claim for contribution brought under the New Jersey Spill Compensation and Control…more

Department of Environmental Protection, Environmental Remediation Costs, Equitable Tolling, Oil & Gas, Property Damage

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Regulating Your Grocery Cart: The Push for GMO Labeling

If you produce, manufacture, sell, or distribute food products, you may be affected by the various state laws concerning the labeling of certain foods derived from genetically modified organisms (“GMO”). In particular, you…more

FDA, Food Labeling, GMO

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Notice 2014-67 ?? Safe Harbors for ACOs and a New Management Contract Safe Harbor for Everyone

On Friday, Oct. 24, 2014, the Internal Revenue Service released interim guidance, Notice 2014-67, on whether a state or local government entity or an organization described in §501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as…more

ACOs, Bonds, CMS, Healthcare, IRS

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Notice 2014-67 ?? Safe Harbors for ACOs and a New Management Contract Safe Harbor for Everyone

On Friday, Oct. 24, 2014, the Internal Revenue Service released interim guidance, Notice 2014-67, on whether a state or local government entity or an organization described in §501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as…more

ACOs, Bonds, CMS, Healthcare, IRS

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Third Circuit Nixes Presumption of Irreparable Harm in Comparative False Advertising Cases

Continuing a trend that began in 2006 with the Supreme Court’s decision in eBay Inc. v. MercExchange, L.L.C., the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has ended the practice of presuming irreparable harm in Lanham Act…more

Advertising, eBay, eBay Test, False Advertising, Irreparable Harm

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U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Class Action Arbitration Waivers

If you use arbitration clauses to protect your company against class actions, you can breathe a little easier. The U.S. Supreme Court held last week that class action arbitration waiver provisions are enforceable -- even where…more

American Express, American Express v Italian Colors Restaurant, Arbitration, Arbitration Agreements, Class Action

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Losing The Home-Team Advantage – The Supreme Court’s Narrowing of the Doctrine of General Personal Jurisdiction and its Impact on Patent Declaratory Judgment Actions

A recent Supreme Court opinion in a non-patent case, Daimler AG v. Bauman, likely will have a far-reaching impact on the prevalence of patent declaratory judgment actions. In the past, an accused patent infringer often could…more

DaimlerChrysler v Bauman, Declaratory Judgments, Jurisdiction, Patent Infringement, Patent Litigation

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Preparing for and Recovering from Winter Storm Juno - Insurance Coverage Alert

Winter storm Juno is expected to hit this evening and last through Wednesday, impacting businesses from the Mid-Atlantic to New England. Millions may be affected by power outages and travel disruptions, and many may suffer…more

Business Interruption, Commercial General Liability Policies, Commercial Insurance Policies, Property Damage, Property Insurance

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New retainage law goes into effect November 6

Massachusetts enacted a new retainage law that will require owners, prime contractors and subcontractors to pay retainage according to the law’s terms on a construction contract if... …more

Construction Contracts, Construction Industry, Contractors, Lenders, Property Owners

See All Updates »

New Jersey enacts “Ban-the-Box” law, limiting inquiries about criminal history during first phase of hiring process

New Jersey has enacted a law prohibiting employers with 15 or more employees from asking about a job applicant’s criminal history until after a first interview, unless the employee voluntarily discloses criminal history…more

Ban the Box, Criminal Background Checks, Employee Rights, Job Applicants

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New retainage law goes into effect November 6

Massachusetts enacted a new retainage law that will require owners, prime contractors and subcontractors to pay retainage according to the law’s terms on a construction contract if... …more

Construction Contracts, Construction Industry, Contractors, Lenders, Property Owners

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New retainage law goes into effect November 6

Massachusetts enacted a new retainage law that will require owners, prime contractors and subcontractors to pay retainage according to the law’s terms on a construction contract if... …more

Construction Contracts, Construction Industry, Contractors, Lenders, Property Owners

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New Jersey enacts “Ban-the-Box” law, limiting inquiries about criminal history during first phase of hiring process

New Jersey has enacted a law prohibiting employers with 15 or more employees from asking about a job applicant’s criminal history until after a first interview, unless the employee voluntarily discloses criminal history…more

Ban the Box, Criminal Background Checks, Employee Rights, Job Applicants

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Notice 2014-67 ?? Safe Harbors for ACOs and a New Management Contract Safe Harbor for Everyone

On Friday, Oct. 24, 2014, the Internal Revenue Service released interim guidance, Notice 2014-67, on whether a state or local government entity or an organization described in §501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as…more

ACOs, Bonds, CMS, Healthcare, IRS

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Supreme Court Refines the Federal Circuit’s Standard of Review for Claim Construction

The Federal Circuit’s high rate of reversal of district court claim constructions is well documented. The de novo standard of review applied by the Federal Circuit to all aspects of claim construction has played a large part in…more

Claim Construction, Clear Error Standard, De Novo Standard of Review, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Patent Litigation

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Court Clarifies Law on Enforceability of Obligations of Non-Signatories in Private Mergers

In a fact-specific case with potential ramifications for future mergers under Delaware law, Cigna Health and Life Insurance Co., a preferred stockholder of Audax Health Solutions Inc., whose shares were extinguished by a merger…more

CIGNA, Insurers, Mergers

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New Jersey enacts “Ban-the-Box” law, limiting inquiries about criminal history during first phase of hiring process

New Jersey has enacted a law prohibiting employers with 15 or more employees from asking about a job applicant’s criminal history until after a first interview, unless the employee voluntarily discloses criminal history…more

Ban the Box, Criminal Background Checks, Employee Rights, Job Applicants

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U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Class Action Arbitration Waivers

If you use arbitration clauses to protect your company against class actions, you can breathe a little easier. The U.S. Supreme Court held last week that class action arbitration waiver provisions are enforceable -- even where…more

American Express, American Express v Italian Colors Restaurant, Arbitration, Arbitration Agreements, Class Action

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Court Clarifies Law on Enforceability of Obligations of Non-Signatories in Private Mergers

In a fact-specific case with potential ramifications for future mergers under Delaware law, Cigna Health and Life Insurance Co., a preferred stockholder of Audax Health Solutions Inc., whose shares were extinguished by a merger…more

CIGNA, Insurers, Mergers

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Better SAFE Than Sorry? A New Way to Finance Start-ups

The game for fledgling companies and their investors is early-round, seed-stage financings, and there’s a new player in town. Already embraced by West Coast venture capitalists and start-ups, SAFEs – Simple Agreements for Future…more

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Better SAFE Than Sorry? A New Way to Finance Start-ups

The game for fledgling companies and their investors is early-round, seed-stage financings, and there’s a new player in town. Already embraced by West Coast venture capitalists and start-ups, SAFEs – Simple Agreements for Future…more

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New Jersey enacts “Ban-the-Box” law, limiting inquiries about criminal history during first phase of hiring process

New Jersey has enacted a law prohibiting employers with 15 or more employees from asking about a job applicant’s criminal history until after a first interview, unless the employee voluntarily discloses criminal history…more

Ban the Box, Criminal Background Checks, Employee Rights, Job Applicants

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It’s That Time Again! Tax Appeals in Connecticut: Know When to File

The deadline for appealing Connecticut local property taxes is approaching. If you are considering appealing local property taxes this year, the following is a general explanation of Connecticut’s appeal procedure and deadlines…more

Deadlines, Property Owners, Property Tax, Tax Appeals, Tax Assessment

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Final Rules Implementing Employer Shared Responsibility Provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Provide Transition Relief for 2015

The ACA Employer Shared Responsibility Provisions require an employer with at least 50 full-time employees (including full-time equivalent employees) to offer health coverage to its full-time (30 hours per week) employees (and…more

Affordable Care Act, Delays, Employee Benefits, Employer Mandates, Healthcare

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EPA Comments Suggest Emphasis on Creativity and Internalizing Externalities in Climate Strategy

The American Bar Association's Section of Energy, Environment and Resources held its Fall Conference last week. Noteworthy from a climate perspective were the keynote address by Environmental Protection Agency Administrator…more

Climate Action Plan, Climate Change, Environmental Policies, EPA

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Foreign Brokers Doing Business in the United States

Foreign brokers that engage in securities transactions with U.S. investors based in the United States must be registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). There are two major exceptions to this rule. The first…more

Brokers, Enforcement Actions, Foreign Nationals, Institutional Investment, SEC

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QSBS Tax Incentives Extended . . . For Now - Venture Capital and Early Stage and Emerging Companies Alert

What happened? - In the wee hours of December 16th, Congress passed H.R. 5771, the Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014 (“TIPA”), a stopgap measure that, among other things, retroactively extends certain tax incentives that…more

Capital Gains, Gain Exclusion, Qualified Small Business Stock, Small Business, Startups

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SEC Releases Proposed Rules for Regulation A+ under the JOBS Act: A Promising and Innovative Route to Capital Formation for Young Companies

The SEC has released long-awaited proposed rules to implement Title IV of the JOBS Act, now known as Regulation A+. This regulation could bridge a difficult gap for small companies looking to raise capital. If your company has a…more

IPO, JOBS Act, Regulation A, SEC, Startups

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New Rules Assist Federal Small Business Subcontractors

Both prime contractors and small business subcontractors should pay attention to new rules designed to encourage small business subcontracting and influence the administration and content of those contracts. The first, which…more

Accelerated Payments, Contract Drafting, Contractors, SBA, Small Business

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Preparing for and Recovering from Winter Storm Juno - Insurance Coverage Alert

Winter storm Juno is expected to hit this evening and last through Wednesday, impacting businesses from the Mid-Atlantic to New England. Millions may be affected by power outages and travel disruptions, and many may suffer…more

Business Interruption, Commercial General Liability Policies, Commercial Insurance Policies, Property Damage, Property Insurance

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New Jersey enacts “Ban-the-Box” law, limiting inquiries about criminal history during first phase of hiring process

New Jersey has enacted a law prohibiting employers with 15 or more employees from asking about a job applicant’s criminal history until after a first interview, unless the employee voluntarily discloses criminal history…more

Ban the Box, Criminal Background Checks, Employee Rights, Job Applicants

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New Jersey enacts “Ban-the-Box” law, limiting inquiries about criminal history during first phase of hiring process

New Jersey has enacted a law prohibiting employers with 15 or more employees from asking about a job applicant’s criminal history until after a first interview, unless the employee voluntarily discloses criminal history…more

Ban the Box, Criminal Background Checks, Employee Rights, Job Applicants

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Preparing for and Recovering from Winter Storm Juno - Insurance Coverage Alert

Winter storm Juno is expected to hit this evening and last through Wednesday, impacting businesses from the Mid-Atlantic to New England. Millions may be affected by power outages and travel disruptions, and many may suffer…more

Business Interruption, Commercial General Liability Policies, Commercial Insurance Policies, Property Damage, Property Insurance

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SEC Releases Final Rule on Registration of Municipal Advisors

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission issued its final rule regarding registration and oversight of municipal advisors pursuant to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. Release 34-70462 addresses a…more

Dodd-Frank, Municipal Advisers, Registration, SEC

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Supreme Court Raises the Bar to Class Certification

The United States Supreme Court has continued to raise the bar on class certification by requiring that plaintiffs be able to prove damages on a class-wide basis. In Comcast Corporation v. Behrend, a putative class alleged that…more

Class Action, Class Certification, Comcast, Comcast v. Behrend, Damages

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Reach of New Jersey Franchise Practices Act Continues to Expand

On March 13, 2013, the United States District Court, District of New Jersey, in Strassle v. Bimbo Foods Bakeries Distrib., Inc., No. 12-3313 (Mar. 13, 2013), held that a distribution agreement may be subject to the New Jersey…more

Distribution Rules, Distributors, Franchise Agreements, Franchises

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SEC Releases Proposed Rules for Regulation A+ under the JOBS Act: A Promising and Innovative Route to Capital Formation for Young Companies

The SEC has released long-awaited proposed rules to implement Title IV of the JOBS Act, now known as Regulation A+. This regulation could bridge a difficult gap for small companies looking to raise capital. If your company has a…more

IPO, JOBS Act, Regulation A, SEC, Startups

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Foreign Brokers Doing Business in the United States

Foreign brokers that engage in securities transactions with U.S. investors based in the United States must be registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). There are two major exceptions to this rule. The first…more

Brokers, Enforcement Actions, Foreign Nationals, Institutional Investment, SEC

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New Jersey Tax Appeal Time - Tax & Benefits Alert

It is property tax appeal season in New Jersey. If you own or lease commercial, residential and/or investment property in New Jersey, now is the time to review whether you should file a 2015 appeal…more

Commercial Property Owners, Property Owners, Property Tax, Tax Appeals

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  • Class Action
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400+ Attorneys

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