Dec 29, 2020

Two Red Bank broker-dealers assessed with $1M+ in civil penalties

The agents participated in an excessive trading scheme to defraud customers which resulted in having their registrations revoked in connection with pervasive illegal activities.

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Dec 28, 2020

Cooper Levenson adds four partners

Cynthia Grob, Erika-Leigh Kelley, Yolanda Melville, and Jarad Stiles have "proven themselves in terms of their professionalism, their expertise, and their dedication.”

Dec 24, 2020

COVID divorce court delays pose challenge to tax filings

Slowdowns in remote court has meant some clients will have to wait until January for their divorces to become final, which in turn means the need to file a joint return.

Dec 24, 2020

OAG: Monmouth County physician must stop referring to himself as ‘Dr.’; offering non-proven COVID remedies

The owner of The Natural Pharmacy in Ocean Township has been ordered to stop implying that he's a medical doctor or has the ability to practice alternative medicine.

Dec 23, 2020

NJ to receive $70,260 over Sable Hospitality data breach

The breach affected 1.3 million credit cards nationwide and compromised data including CVV numbers and expiration dates.

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Dec 22, 2020

NJ files in court to stop double taxation with NY amid COVID, telecommuting

Since March, over 400,000 New Jerseyans have worked from home, still paid income tax to New York.

Dec 21, 2020

NJBIZ Conversations: Chris Porrino

The former state attorney general and current Lowenstein Sandler partner talks about why the excessive number of vacant federal judgeships in New Jersey is bad for business.

Dec 21, 2020

Former J&J exec alleges verbal abuse and retaliation from higher ups, including Janssen CFO

The pharma giant's leadership is being accused of a litany of abuses, including gender and sexual orientation discrimination, harassment a “cult-like adherence” to retaliation that ended in firing, according to a suit filed in New Jersey Superior Court in Essex County.

Dec 18, 2020

Rutgers-Newark names building after RBG

The newly christened Ruth Bader Ginsburg Hall was home to the law school for nearly 25 years after Ginsburg left the institution. The building is now home to 330 graduate and undergraduate students, including 100 law students,

Dec 18, 2020

Rodríguez confirmed as DCA director

Paul Rodríguez has played an integral role in the State’s response to the current public health emergency,

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Dec 15, 2020

Carpenito to step down as top federal prosecutor

During his tenure, Carpenito established the cybercrimes and opioids units and prosecuted a variety of high-profile criminal targets

Dec 15, 2020

Princeton Goldberg Segalla partner elevated to co-chair national workers’ comp practice

One of the firm's youngest co-chairs nationally, Esther Omoloyin will oversee 120 attorneys across 10 states.